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Coming out of Rutgers we knew three things about Tiquan Underwood:
Thus far in his brief stint with the Patriots, we have seen all three. In the second quarter with 14:08 remaining and trailing the Philadelphia Eagles 10-7, Underwood got open behind the Eagles coverage with the end zone clear in sight.
Tom Brady dropped back and delivered the (very catchable) pass to Underwood —
touchdown Patriots! — who had one of the worst looking dropped passes in recent history. Seconds following the play, three different reactions unfolded:
That play lasted five seconds. It was virtually all we saw from Underwood this season — and in his career in the NFL. In three seasons, the 24-year-old has played in 14 games and has hauled in eight catches for 111 yards.
While his future with the team seems bleak, Underwood has left us with a resounding image. His hair. I could go into deep analysis of the style and structure, but we’ll let the hair speak for itself: