Patriots ‘Sneaky Playmaker’ Had Turning Point in Victory Over Texans

The New England Patriots had a sneaky playmaker in the win over the Houston Texans. NFL analysts discussed Lawrence Guy’s role in the 25-22 win and let’s just say everyone noticed the true potential of the player. He has attracted the attention of fans and coaches. Patriots players praised their teammate for the standout play during the game. It was Houston’s zero-yard punt in the third quarter of the game.

Houston punter Cameron Johnson went up toward the line, then go back to his old spot. Of course, they should have created a better plan and coaches failed on this one. The same goes to Johnston. The Texans punter failed to complete the mission. New England was trailing the Texans throughout the entire game, but this particular play added fuel to the fire and they ended up winning the night.

Patriots Lawrence Guy was the sneaky punter in the game vs Texans

Patriots players talked about Lawrence and his role in the win.

The 31-year-old is the right player to join the Patriots. He started 31 games at Arizona State and then joined the league as a seventh-round pick for the Green Bay Packers following the 2011 NFL Draft. Of course, he didn’t spend time with the team and they placed him on injured reserve. Lawrence suffered a concussion in training camp and started the next season on their practice unit. He joined the Indianapolis Colts and played 12 games for the team. They released him in 2013. The then-San Diego Chargers claimed Lawrence off waivers and he spent over one year with the team. He parted ways with the organization and joined the Baltimore Ravens. It was a good move and he spent two-and-a-half seasons with the team and saw action in 45 games.

2017 was a big season. Lawrence signed a four-year deal with the Patriots and won his Super Bowl ring in 2018. The talented player was also named to the Patriots Team of the 2010.

Lawrence will help the Patriots win a lot of game in the regular season and fans are really excited.