Since Brady unloaded on the offense, the stats are staggering. The offense has had 37 possessions since the end of the drive where Brady took the offense to the woodshed near the end of the first half in the Steelers game. Of those, 3 were end of game or half kneel downs, and one was the final possession of the Jets game where the Patriots were running out the clock. So, there have been 33 total possession where the Patriots were trying to score. In those 33 drives, the Patriots have come away with points 23 times, for a whopping 70 percent conversion rate. 19 of those scores, or 57.5% of the drives, were Touchdowns. 4 of the scores were field goals. All 10 drives where the Patriots did not score was ended by successful punt -- none was ended by turnover, turnover on downs, or blocked kick. Only 5 (15 percent) were 3 and outs.