"T.Y. Killer. Two games in a row," Browner said of Arrington, per ESPNBoston.com. "That's big because T.Y. is a threat. He poses a threat to anybody across the league. (Denver's Aqib) Talib is one of my favorite corners, but that was a tough matchup for him last week. But this guy right here (Arrington) stands up to (Hilton) and matches him well."
It was a formula that stymied Luck from the first whistle to trigger his worst game as a pro. We asked on the latest podcast if the championship matchup between the Patriots and Seahawks offers a clash of the two greatest secondaries to play in a Super Bowl. That one is up for debate, but Belichick's skills are not: He's used the surplus of talent on the back end of his defense to tug New England back to the brink of glory.