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Brady breaks record; Patriots on way to No. 1 seed

Tom Brady, Spencer Johnson

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.

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25 Responses to “Brady breaks record; Patriots on way to No. 1 seed”
  1. deathspiralx says: Dec 26, 2010 3:46 PM

    Congrats to Randy Moss…

    Despite being in a contract year and wanting a new contract, he was a good team player. Randy kept his mouth shut and put the team before himself. He’s having a solid year on the receiving end of Brady, and has set himself up nicely for the next season. Plus, you’ll put some playoff cash in your pocket.

    Oh yeah, that’s right, Randy whined, moaned, and caused a big distraction… TWICE this year.

    Enjoy watching the playoffs from home, Mr. “I play when I wanna play.”

    Randy Moss… Hall of fame skills with hall of shame attitude.

  2. touchdownroddywhite says: Dec 26, 2010 3:57 PM

    Well, I’d say it’s safe to assume that Brady just locked up the MVP award too today. And if he hasn’t yet, finishing out the season without another pick will make it more than certain that he is this years MVP.

  3. 1historian says: Dec 26, 2010 4:15 PM

    I know the dude dug his own grave but I STILL feel sorry for him.

  4. patriotinvasion says: Dec 26, 2010 4:17 PM

    Patriots are now 52-15 since spygate…LOL, keep hatin’ haters…haha, yea, it was those signals in plain view to every single person in the stadium which lead to 3 Super Bowl Championships…got it, thanks…LOL

  5. rhythmfish says: Dec 26, 2010 4:26 PM

    click?

  6. 8man says: Dec 26, 2010 4:45 PM

    Hugely important game when the day started. I thought this game would never end. I know BB will trot Brady out there next week, but I’d rather get a long look at Brian Hoyer…and a lot of other guys who never get to start.

    Nice for them to be home for as long as they win. They’ll need the week off and home field against what will be a tough AFC field.

  7. tiffpats4eva says: Dec 26, 2010 4:54 PM

    Go PATS!

  8. djeg07 says: Dec 26, 2010 4:58 PM

    was this not kosar’s record????
    atleast bernie still holds all-time passing yards in playoffs.

  9. moochach says: Dec 26, 2010 5:09 PM

    Good thing the Pats have 3 draft picks in the first 40 or so next year, they’ll need them to continue a second decade of domination.

  10. belicheckyoself says: Dec 26, 2010 5:10 PM

    What a rebuilding year! I think they’re rebuilt.
    Pats are firing on all cylinders at the right time, can rest some borderline players for the playoffs.
    Hat’s and shirts yet again.
    Get to see Cassel in the playoffs! Second time he deserved the chance!
    This day is nearly perfect, except I just doused myself in beer : )
    Oh and Goodytwoshoes (prolly heels) cancelled SNF.

  11. j0esixpack says: Dec 26, 2010 5:18 PM

    patriotinvasion says: Patriots are now 52-15 since spygate…LOL, keep hatin’ haters…haha, yea, it was those signals in plain view to every single person in the stadium which lead to 3 Super Bowl Championships…got it, thanks…LOL

    Shut the F up.

    It’s those idiot fans and players out there that call the Pats “cheaters” that keep the chip on the Patriots shoulders and have helped keep them the best team in football.

    You want to ruin a good thing with logic?

    Let ‘em continue to hate right through the Super Bowl.

  12. JakeDSnake says: Dec 26, 2010 5:21 PM

    Terrell Suggs thought the Bills were better and will tell everyone Buffalo won the game.

  13. tothefellowshipofthemiserable says: Dec 26, 2010 5:44 PM

    Where are the Jet fans?

  14. prariewolf2 says: Dec 26, 2010 5:49 PM

    Yes, it’s another triumph for the despoiler of supermodels, and his referee accomplices! Despite the Bills’ blunders, why is it not obvious to everyone that the zebras are a wholly owned subsidiary to the Belicheat regime? Until the striped simpletons start to call the games evenly
    for both teams, the league deserves all the grief it gets.

  15. tiffpats4eva says: Dec 26, 2010 5:55 PM

    belicheckyoself,

    I love your comments. They remind me of Pete Sheppard Show. I have to wait until Tuesday to hear Pete again.

  16. gypjet says: Dec 26, 2010 6:16 PM

    I’m sorry, but a MVP candidate or the NFL should not look like a woman. During his little press conference, Brady repeatedly had to wipe his hair out of his eyes like a damn girl, but then again, if you search on the internet for ‘tom brady combine photo’, you will see that he actually is a girl.

  17. mempusa says: Dec 26, 2010 6:18 PM

    @prariewolf2

    It’s not obvious because you’re looking/hoping/wishing that was true. You’re obviously not a Pats fan. Whatever team you pull for, someone out there is saying the same thing about your star, your team, your ownership. You can watch any game in the NFL and see a couple questionable calls. There’s no shady conspiracy going on. Do you honestly think the NFL is going to hand pick who wins and who loses? How would that benefit the NFL? Sure, I believe they create rules to protect QB’s and try to keep the stars on the field but they don’t get gifts. They get calls based on HUMAN ERROR. Any horrific calls bring negative light on the refs. We as fans won’t allow that. The media won’t allow that. The NFL won’t allow that. How would you like to be a ref who blows a call? I definitely wouldn’t.

    The Bills imploded today. It really had nothing to do with the Pats. I think the offense played like sh!t today. They made a few plays but there were way too many dropped passes and Brady wasn’t sharp. They had some mental mistakes and got beat a couple times. They’re getting torn up when they get in a closed room w/BB. I’m happy with a W but this is 2 consecutively we haven’t played as well as we were.

  18. richm2256 says: Dec 26, 2010 7:15 PM

    gypjet says:
    I’m sorry, but a MVP candidate or the NFL should not look like a woman. During his little press conference, Brady repeatedly had to wipe his hair out of his eyes like a damn girl, but then again, if you search on the internet for ‘tom brady combine photo’, you will see that he actually is a girl.

    ————————————————-
    Congratulations, gypjet, on your team backing into the playoffs for the second straight year of the Rex Ryan era.

    You must be so proud of them, you’ll probably want to go out and smell an ugly woman’s feet.

  19. belicheckyoself says: Dec 26, 2010 8:41 PM

    @tiffpats
    Thanks! Is Pete back on air? I’ve gone over to the sports hub mostly.

    @ gypjet
    So Rex gets beat by girls? Did he make that into a movie too : )

  20. moochach says: Dec 26, 2010 8:50 PM

    Gypjet, nobody cares what he looks like. You know why? Because the Patriots have won the AFC East 8 of the last 10 years. Because they’ve been in 4 of the last 10 Super Bowls. When your team wins all the time you start to not care about appearances, talk, personalities. When your team is led by Sanchez and Ryan, talk and appearances is all you have to talk about.

  21. stanjam says: Dec 26, 2010 9:21 PM

    Good job Pats! Now you can concentrate on healing up the defensive line! We will need you guys in the playoffs!

    Oh, and regarding Moss, you do realize that is the Patriots win the Superbowl, he WILL get a ring, right? He may be struggling to find a job paying nearly the amount of money he wants, but he got us a free third round pick for nest year, has a lot of money already, and may finally get that superbowl ring!

    And the Pats? Homefield advantage through the playoffs, and I believe their picks next year go as follows:

    round 1: Oakland’s pick
    round 1: Patriots pick
    round 2: Panther’s pick
    round 2 Patriots pick
    round 3: one pick, not sure if it is Vikings pick or Patriots.

  22. tiffpats4eva says: Dec 26, 2010 11:09 PM

    belicheckyoself,

    The Pete Sheppard show is on at 4 PM EDT every Tuesday. Of course it’s a great show. You can also download the podcast on iTunes.

  23. tiffpats4eva says: Dec 26, 2010 11:11 PM

    gypjet,

    You think Tom looks like a woman? What kind of woman do you date? Nevermind. I need not know.

  24. polegojim says: Dec 27, 2010 12:22 AM

    Tiffpats4eva – now that’s FUNNY!

    Way to go Pats.

    Silence on the hater front, no more ammo, no more stupid statements.

    Pats don’t need incentive to kick butt, they have Belichick.

  25. cadidliac says: Jan 1, 2011 6:58 PM

    Uhm………Who cares??? Although the game had several non-calls that were in favor of the Pats, it had nothing to do with the outcome but was a factor when the game was still a game. A Bills WR left the game after his head was almost ripped off on a non-called face mask. Also several non-called pass int. And that was that. Just could not believe how the game was called. Although the refs opened their eyes when a penalty was in favor of the Pats. Just calling it like I see it. Last I knew the Pats went undefeated and lost the Super Bowl. But….Uhm…..Who cares??

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