Today’s installment of the history of the New Patriot franchise includes seven birthdays. Most notable among this group for their play on the field are defensive lineman Richard Bishop and running back Sammy Morris. First though we begin with an original Boston Patriot who lived long enough to see the Pats win a Superbowl.
It is a long slow off-season so let us commemorate the history of the Patriots’ franchise with birthday salutes. Today’s entries dig deep into the archives. Kudos if you remember the majority of these players.
With three touchdown passes Brady added some very impressive milestones to his already legendary resume. The quarterback set an all-time NFL record for the best touchdown to interception ratio (14:1) in a single season with his 28th TD against just two picks. Brady also set an NFL record with 254 pass attempts on the road without an interception.
After improving to 10-2 on the season with a win over the Rams, here’s a look at some of the things we came away with after a record-setting day for Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
The big story of course was that Brady won his 201st game at quarterback, to set an NFL all-time record. The Patriots advanced to 10-2 to remain in the top slot in the AFC playoff picture. With Miami losing at Baltimore the Pats are now up three games in the AFC East with only four games remaining in the regular season.
While Brady is always quick to point out the team aspect of the game, his place in history is further cemented here and the moment will not be lost on him.
Since the 2014 season, Tom Brady is 11-0 in October starts with an incredible 33 touchdowns and 1 interception. His passer rating is 124.3.
Stephen Gostkowski named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week.
Here is a look at the transactions made thus far by the New England Patriots; this post will be continuously updated as more moves are made throughout the year. For those wishing to take a trip down memory lane, …
The best social media postings from the Divsional Round matchup between the Patriots and Chiefs.
The Patriots and Bills meet on Monday Night Football and with a victory, New England can just about wrap up the AFC East for another year. That would put them five games up on each team with six to go.
With another 100-yard game in 2015, Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski would tie Tony Gonzalez and Jimmy Graham for six 100-yard games in a season
Patriots K Gostkowski named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady earns AFC Offensive Player of the Week for Week 8.
New England Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski sets new franchise record for consecutive made field goals.
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