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Brady was also #1 in NFL royalty cash as his NFL merchandise was the top seller across the league. Not bad for a soon-to-be 42-year old “dink and dunk” QB.
Check out throwback video of Josh McCown lining up at wide receiver vs Patriots and his funny stat about the McCourty Twins.
Brady was extremely efficient, averaging 9.1 yards per pass play. He finished 20-31 for 283 yards with 2 touchdowns, 0 INTs for a QB rating of 115.4.
With three touchdown passes, Brady will tie Peyton Manning for the most TD passes for both the regular and postseason combined with 579.
Is it 2010 or 2018? Raise your hand if you’ve heard this every spring for the last decade. “The Patriots are vulnerable this year, and this MAY be the year […]
Jenkins never really lost control and rolled out of bounds in the end zone in what appeared to 77,562 people in the stands and thousands on tv as a touchdown
This may be a time for the Patriots to establish something of a consistent running game. Gang Green has allowed an average of 143 yards per game.
Jenkins will get matched up with either a safety (Pat Chung) or one of the linebackers and this will be a big matchup to watch this week.
Another week and another marquee NFL player is sidelined with a serious injury. Ben Roethlisberger was off to a fantastic start of the 2015 NFL season but will reportedly be out 4-6 weeks after suffering a medial collateral ligament sprain and bone bruise from a low hit in the pocket by St. Louis safety Mark Barron in the third quarter of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 12-6 victory over the Rams on Sunday. Big Ben had completed over 75% of his passes this season and was leading the league with 10.2 pass attempts; in the first two games of the year Roethlisberger threw for a whopping 720 yards, and was picking the St. Louis defense apart, completing 20 of 24 passes before the unfortunate hit.