The Patriots are cruising to homefield advantage in the AFC playoffs. Tom Brady made some history along the way, too.
Brady fired his 309th straight pass without an interception during the third quarter of Sunday’s game in Buffalo. That pass fell incomplete, but Brady celebrated his new record by tossing a score to Rob Gronkowski on his next pass.
The Patriots lead 31-3 late in the third quarter in Buffalo. Brady has averaged only five yards-per-attempt on the day, but has three touchdown throws to go with 115 passing yards. The Patriots already have almost 200 rushing yards.
New England will click the AFC East and a No. 1 seed with a win.