Cordarrelle Patterson; Henry Anderson. (Wesley Hitt/Getty Images; Mark Brown/Getty Images)
BOSTON (WBZ-AM) -- It would've been easy to miss if you weren't watching the TV--or haven't been on social media since--but with about eleven minutes left in the game and the Pats leading the Jets 20-13, Cordarrelle Patterson was tackled and found himself at the bottom of a pig-pile.
He just wanted everyone to move, and 300-pound lineman Henry Anderson was maybe a bit slow to get up, so Patterson grabbed his--ahem--and SQUEEZED until Anderson fell backward.
Anderson's fiancee posted the clip on Twitter with the caption, "Ummmm Henry is mine..."
Then, when her tweet made television, she wrote, "I always got his back ... and front."
Patterson was asked about the play and said, "I'm a grown man. I don't need nobody's "back" and "front" in my face." Also, he didn't say "back" or "front."
Anderson said, "I didn't really feel anything, so I don't think he got a hold of it."
WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman (@AdamMKaufman) reports