A look at the game-ball winners from the Patriots' 27-21 victory over the Ravens:
Eric Alexander -- Core special teams player made an immediate impact by forcing a fumble on the opening kickoff
Jarvis Green -- With four tackles, one tackle for loss and one quarterback hit, he played more snaps than any defensive lineman, lining up at end and moving inside in some passing situations.
Brandon Meriweather -- Safety played every snap, led the team with nine tackles and had two deflected passes.
Logan Mankins -- Starting left guard held up at the point of attack against the Ravens' big, physical front
Sammy Morris -- Running back converted in key short-yardage situation again, rushed for a 12-yard touchdown, and added five catches for 35 yards in a versatile effort
Stephen Neal -- Starting right guard held up at the point of attack against the Ravens' big, physical front
Ty Warren -- Defensive end came up with big third-and-1 stop in the fourth quarter, had two quarterback hits, and continued his overall consistent play.
Mike Wright -- Defensive lineman led a pressure-based attack with a strong interior rush, totaling two sacks and three tackles (one for a loss)