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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.
Brady completed 17 of 27 passes for 214 yards and three touchdowns in just three quarters before Jimmy Garoppolo got some needed live reps. The game was never in doubt, with the Patriots up 27-0 at halftime. In SOJ fashion Bryce Petty injured his shoulder attempting to make a tackle after a Jet fumble.
The Broncos had won each of the last three times the Patriots played in Denver. In a subtle reference to that stat the TB Times noted that the “Pats get back on the horse”. The picture has Dion Lewis (18 rushes for 95 yards, 5.3 yards per carry) holding the reigns of a none too happy horse.
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.
After two weeks on the road the Pats return home to Foxborough to take on the Los Angeles Rams. For those of you that will not be at Gillette Stadium the game will be on FOX rather than CBS, announced by Kevin Burhardt and John Lynch. After too many games with Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts this will be a treat. We rarely hear Lynch since he works for FOX and does NFC games.
Soon after the New England Patriots defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers, it was time for another edition of the TB Times to be published. Tom Brady – or perhaps an executive assistant – roasted Steeler Nation on his Facebook page after handing Pittsburgh their third loss of season.
Best of Social Media from Week 13 between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles
Denever Broncos social media pages fire back at Patriots following comeback win.
Tom Brady fires up Patriots fans for Broncos game with new Facebook post.
Tom Brady Posts Facebook video of himself dressed up as a turkey attempting to scare his kids.
Tom Brady posts Facebook photo calling for team effort versus Giants
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had a nice mention on his Facebook page on Wednesday, recognizing all the military personnel on this Veteran’s Day.
Julian Edelman calls self “Double 0 Eleven” in James Bond movie poster parody on social media
Tom Brady posts Facebook picture of himself watching Thursday Night Football.
Brady family poses for Halloween photo in Facebook post.