Braylon Edwards Accuses Patriots of Running Up the Score


Braylon Edwards Accuses Patriots of Running Up the Score In the moments after the Patriots walloped the Jets 45-3, Braylon Edwards stood at his locker and said he was embarrassed and that he had never been beaten so badly in a game.

He was upset, but it appeared to be more with his own team than the Patriots. With two days of retrospect, though, Edwards has changed his stance.

When talking about the game on Wednesday, Edwards couldn't help but accuse the Patriots of taking their lead a little too far.

"They embarrassed us on purpose," Edwards said, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. "I don't want to say that they ran it up, but at the end of the day, they ran it up," 

It's not the first time Bill Belichick and Tom Brady have heard that refrain, so don't expect a response coming out of Foxboro any time soon. Edwards, who caught just two passes Monday night, also wasn't necessarily placing judgment on the Pats for doing so.

"We probably would have done the same thing," Edwards said.

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