Tom Brady named AFC offensive player of the week

AP

Pity the team that catches Tom Brady after a bad week.

The Saints bore the brunt of the Patriots’ quarterback’s poor opener, and Brady was rewarded for it Wednesday.

Brady was named AFC offensive player of the week for his bounceback performance against New Orleans.

Brady was 30-of-39 for 447 yards and three touchdowns, as New England recovered from their loss to the Chiefs. Brady was subpar in that game (16-of-36 for 267 yards), and openly discussed how angry it made him.

The award is the 28th weekly honor for Brady in his career, which moves him past Peyton Manning (27) for the most in the history of the honor. And since Manning’s retired, it’s going to be Brady’s record to keep.

Especially if he gets to play the Saints some more.

99 responses to “Tom Brady named AFC offensive player of the week

  1. There is usually one galvanizing loss in most of the Patriots’ runs. It helps BB knock them off the media’s pedestal they’ve been placed upon. It also helps him cement the “it’s a new year” mentality and how past success is irrelevant going forward. I commend Kansas City for being the team to hand them their jump-starting L twice in 4 years. The last time they were blown out by KC, it sent them into an absolute frenzy where they steam-rolled the comp on the way to the playoffs. Guess we’ll all see what happens now….

  2. .
    Last week the media declared Brady unfit to carry Scott Tolzien’s jock strap. This week he is named AFC offensive player of the week. He must of had a really, really good week of practice.
    .

  3. What a surprise. I’m a Ravens fan but I have to bow to Brady’s incredible excellence, particularly at his age.

  4. Should have gone to Carr or Crabtree
    A QB throwing 3 TDs is not that unusual
    A WR catching 3 is extraordinary

  5. He was also the official of the week since he knew the rule book better than the NFL referees. He correctly overturned 2 blown calls without the aid of instant replay.

    He was just flat out correct both times. (12 men on the field. And you can indeed pick on the LOS. Just like the Seattle/Butler Super Bowl INT. That was suppose to be a rub route on the LOS but Browner prevented the rub on Butler, which lead to the legendary INT and Super Bowl immorality for Butler and the 2014 patriots.)

  6. See?!?

    I told ya!!!

    A good game against the 32nd ranked PASS Defense in the NFL and he is a god.

    2016 N.O. Saints PASS Defense = 32nd ranked in NFL

    2015 N.O. Saints PASS Defense = 31st ranked in NFL

    OVERRATED and OVERHYPED.

  7. Instead of wasting time with unnecessary key strokes, if you would like to attempt to mitigate this accomplishment, simply choose one of the specious selections below and type the corresponding letter into the comment box. Feel free to use combinations as well……
    A) It’s due to the system.
    B) It’s due to Bill Belicheck.
    C) It’s due to cheating.
    D) It’s due to poor competition.
    E) It’s due to favoritism by the refs.
    F) It’s due to the recent total eclipse.

  8. As Michael Irvin said during the NFLN Sunday morning pregame show, regarding the Patriots offensive problems: “Take two Saints defense and call me in the morning.”

  9. The Pats/Saints game was NFL Network’s replay game of the week (which I question), but it gave me a chance to see Brady’s throws and you just have to laugh at these people who insist that he can’t throw the long ball. He throws what’s open, short or long, and does just fine.

    Those who insisted he was done after the KC game clearly didn’t watch the game. The stat line doesn’t tell you the story. And hey, don’t forget, as Gisele says, he can’t throw the ball and catch it too.

  10. The 3 most recent 400+ yard passing performances in the NFL? Why that would be…

    Brady on Sunday
    Brady in Super Bowl
    Brady vs Ravens last December

    #FatherTimeTHIS
    #PatriotHaterCantHandleTheTruth
    #FactsAreFacts
    #TruthIsTruth
    #TruthHurts

    🙂

  11. Well, the Saints DID make Bradford look like a HOFer the week before so is it really a surprise that the greatest modern day QB absolutely tore them up? Heck, that’s the PERFECT defense you’d want to start your rookie QB against to give him some confidence…

  12. Easy to do when you play the worst pass defense team in the NFL.

    Also easy to do when you are GOAT. 😀

  13. audio2sell says:
    September 20, 2017 at 10:23 am
    GOAT still has it and is not a Noodle Arm… ;D
    ============================================================
    not sure if you understand the meaning of noodle arm, but tom “noodle arm” brady is number one in the league this year in passes over 20 yards and second in the league in passes over 40 yards

  14. LyinRogerMustGo says:
    September 20, 2017 at 10:27 am
    The 3 most recent 400+ yard passing performances in the NFL? Why that would be…

    Brady on Sunday
    Brady in Super Bowl
    Brady vs Ravens last December

    —-

    Another fun fact: at no time in his career has Peyton Manning ever had the last three 400+ passing performances in the league. I looked it up 🙂

    Brady has!

    #GOAT

  15. rogergoodellmyhero says:
    September 20, 2017 at 10:27 am
    Easy to do when you play the worst pass defense team in the NFL

    ———

    That is huge insult to the Patriots. Nothing is easy in the NFL.

  16. Can we just rename it the Brady award for weekly excellence?

    Then rename the Super Bowl MVP award as well. The Brady trophy.

    It goes to the best player on the team that wins the Belichick-Lombardi trophy.

  17. audio2sell says:
    September 20, 2017 at 10:23 am
    GOAT still has it and is not a Noodle Arm… ;D


    Never was at any time in his career. 🙂

    If he was he would have been shown the door a long time ago. Weak arm QBs cannot run the offense that the 5 time World Champion Patriots run. It’s simply not physically possible.

  18. He’s just a system QB. The system is ball control, gain yards and score points. Nice system.
    ______________________________________________________________________________________

    You don’t need a system QB to throw for 300+ yards on the Saints. Hell, you may not need a system period…..

  19. A good game against the 32nd ranked PASS Defense in the NFL and he is a god.
    ——
    I’d suggest that his God status comes from Tom Brady holds the NFL record for most super Bowl wins by a QB (5) playoff wins by a quarterback with (25), the record for most playoff games started (34). And he did all of that while everyone else was anointing Peyton manning and Aaron Rogers as the GOATS.

  20. jbraider says:
    September 20, 2017 at 9:54 am
    Should have gone to Carr or Crabtree
    A QB throwing 3 TDs is not that unusual
    A WR catching 3 is extraordinary

    ————-

    Its the 447 yards that is impressive.

    Definitely should not have gone to Carr over Brady.

    I agree Crabtree had a great game and was deserving too.

    The Jets also stink, so no competition advantage.

  21. If Belichick wasn’t buddies with Payton then Brady would have kept his foot on the gas the whole game instead of just the 1st quarter. The Patriots could have dropped 50+ on them and 500+ yards of passing easily.

  22. xavier179 says:
    September 20, 2017 at 10:38 am
    Seriously!
    What about Siemien and his 4 touchdowns and they didn’t come against the always terrible defensive unit of the Saints.

    2 8 Rate This

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    I got news for you: Dallas’s D is as bad as the Cowboys’.

    Also, the bootlegs and roll outs they have Simien doing now, won’t hold up all year. You can all use the smoke and mirrors routine for a certain amount of time.

  23. Another fun fact: at no time in his career has Peyton Manning ever had the last three 400+ passing performances in the league. I looked it up 🙂

    Brady has!

    The last three 400+ yard passing performance? Not sure what you are implying but Manning has thrown for over 400 yards 4 times in the regular season. 5 if you want to count the playoff game where he beat the Patriots. Lmao.

  24. raiderej says:
    September 20, 2017 at 9:50 am
    In 7-9 weeks we’ll be talking about whether he’ll be able to finish the season or not. Mark my words!

    ___________________

    I really do hope the raiders face the pats in the AFC Championship game

  25. “Typical for the ultimate system QB.”

    I usually ignore these system QB comments for the silliness they are. But there was an interview with Brady the other day that shows how farther from the truth you couldn’t be.

    “I would say there’s a pretty core group of plays that you have,” Brady said, “but we have, I don’t know the numbers, but there’s over the course a season, pass plays, there’s probably anywhere from 500 to 1,000 that are designed and you’ll probably call 500-600 of them, and there will be repeats within that.

    1000 pass plays and only the football gods know how many run plays, but there have to be at least 200-300 of those if not more. That means the Pats playbook, or “system”, has 1200+ plays in it, by far the most of any NFL team.

    To comprehend, remember and use that many plays, to be able to pull any of 1200+ plays out of his mind at the line of scrimmage says only one thing. The “system” is Tom Brady’s brain. Period.

    So keep embarrassing yourselves with the system comments. Because that’s all you’re doing with them.

  26. rogergoodellmyhero says:
    September 20, 2017 at 10:27 am
    Easy to do when you play the worst pass defense team in the NFL

    ————-

    Then why can’t your QB do this?

  27. To all those salting away that he shouldn’t get it because the Saints D is horrible (which it is) I say he shouldn’t have got all your “over the hill” salt when he still managed 267yds against Chiefs’ good D. So after 2 weeks he’s the league’s leading passer – and all without his leading receiver of last year (Edelman) and with Gronk still refinding his form and a bunch of new (and new-ish, like Hogan) receivers who are still maturing into the Pats playbook. You haters better ask your moms to stock up on salt tablets for you.

  28. Brady’s played the game as well as anyone but he wouldn’t have won 5 Super Bowls with the Packers coaching staff. There’s no way McCarthy coaches his team back from 28-3 and Dom Capers wouldn’t have instructed Malcolm Butler to anticipate the throw over the middle on the 1 yard line.

    ————————–

    Brett Favre’s and Aaron Rodger’s combined SB titles don’t even make up 1/2 of what Brady has done. Not to mention what, 4 SBMVP’s?

  29. Well, we knew it wasn’t going to be Younghoe Koo…
    Congrats to Brady – making 40 look like a consensus #1 draft pick isn’t easy,
    but he makes it look that way… every damn year.

    Sincerely,
    A Dolphins fan.

  30. No doubt the smartest QB ever, but not enough credit for also having the strongest arm. Film analysis at Georgia Tech. proved that Brady throws harder at 40 than Elway did in his 20s! Also more accurately of course.

  31. The last three 400+ yard passing performance? Not sure what you are implying but Manning has thrown for over 400 yards 4 times in the regular season. 5 if you want to count the playoff game where he beat the Patriots. Lmao.


    Happy to explain 🙂 If on this date you look up the last 3 times in the NFL that a QB has thrown for 400 or more yards… that would be Tom Brady. Manning has never once had that distinction.

    Manning is great for sure. No shame being the second best QB of this generation.

    🙂


  32. Happy to explain 🙂 If on this date you look up the last 3 times in the NFL that a QB has thrown for 400 or more yards… that would be Tom Brady. Manning has never once had that distinction.

    Manning is great for sure. No shame being the second best QB of this generation.

    ————–
    So Brady has this past week, week 14 last year and week 5 for his 3 straight 400 yards? Drew Bree’s has a 400 yard game week 6. Wouldn’t that ruin your 3 last 400 yards ? Lol

  33. streetyson says:
    September 20, 2017 at 11:07 am

    To all those salting away that he shouldn’t get it because the Saints D is horrible (which it is) I say he shouldn’t have got all your “over the hill” salt when he still managed 267yds against Chiefs’ good D. So after 2 weeks he’s the league’s leading passer – and all without his leading receiver of last year (Edelman) and with Gronk still refinding his form and a bunch of new (and new-ish, like Hogan) receivers who are still maturing into the Pats playbook. You haters better ask your moms to stock up on salt tablets for you.

    —-
    Brady’s supposedly “embarrassing” game in week 1 still had him lead his team to 27 points and he posted 7.4 yards per pass attempt. That number is better than a lot of other QBs week 1 including Big Ben, Wilson, Stafford and a few others.

    🙂

  34. “against the 32nd ranked PASS Defense ”

    They are ranked 32nd BECAUSE Brady torched them, not before Brady torched them.

    Also, it’s fair to acknowledge that he started the game with only three active WR, then he finished the game with only one healthy WR and without Gronk and without their best pass catching RB. Is this the “system” you’re talking about that leads to such passing success? Who throws for 440+ yards with that group?

  35. So Brady has this past week, week 14 last year and week 5 for his 3 straight 400 yards? Drew Bree’s has a 400 yard game week 6. Wouldn’t that ruin your 3 last 400 yards ? Lol


    Nope. You are forgetting he also did it in a recordbreaking performance in what certainly was a big game of some importance last February. It also featured the greatest comeback in NFL history. Remember it now?
    🙂

  36. factschecker says:
    September 20, 2017 at 9:56 am
    He was also the official of the week since he knew the rule book better than the NFL referees. He correctly overturned 2 blown calls without the aid of instant replay.

    He was just flat out correct both times. (12 men on the field. And you can indeed pick on the LOS. Just like the Seattle/Butler Super Bowl INT. That was suppose to be a rub route on the LOS but Browner prevented the rub on Butler, which lead to the legendary INT and Super Bowl immorality for Butler and the 2014 patriots.)
    ———————
    Actually, you’re wrong. Brady said in an interview on WEEI that the officials had already determined the correct call when he went over, they were discussing spotting the ball.

  37. murph2432 says:
    September 20, 2017 at 11:51 am

    Happy to explain 🙂 If on this date you look up the last 3 times in the NFL that a QB has thrown for 400 or more yards… that would be Tom Brady. …

    ————–
    So Brady has this past week, week 14 last year and week 5 for his 3 straight 400 yards? Drew Bree’s has a 400 yard game week 6. Wouldn’t that ruin your 3 last 400 yards ? Lol

    —–

    uh, check your math on that one dude. The last playoffs, superbowl and last weekend all happened AFTER week #6 of 2016.

  38. murph2432 says:
    September 20, 2017 at 11:51 am


    Happy to explain 🙂 If on this date you look up the last 3 times in the NFL that a QB has thrown for 400 or more yards… that would be Tom Brady. Manning has never once had that distinction.

    Manning is great for sure. No shame being the second best QB of this generation.

    ————–
    So Brady has this past week, week 14 last year and week 5 for his 3 straight 400 yards? Drew Bree’s has a 400 yard game week 6. Wouldn’t that ruin your 3 last 400 yards ? Lol


    Take a look at my original post and you’ll see the game you are forgetting. 🙂

    While we’re on that topic though, you mentioned week 5, and therefore that gives him four of the last 10 400+ yard passing performances by a QB in any given time. Another distinction that Manning never had. 🙂

  39. murph2432 says:
    September 20, 2017 at 11:58 am
    Ohh I see, you’re counting the playoffs. Sneaky, well played


    Not sneaky at all. Why wouldn’t playoffs count?

  40. While we’re on that topic though, you mentioned week 5, and therefore that gives him four of the last 10 400+ yard passing performances by a QB in any given time. Another distinction that Manning never had. 🙂

    ——————-
    Like I mentioned before in 2013 Manning had five 400 yard games in one season. I am going to assume he may have tied or have a better performance streak that Brady. He may have 5 of the 10 last 400 yard games that season. But I’ll let you do the research to see if that’s true or not.

  41. raiderej says:
    September 20, 2017 at 9:50 am
    In 7-9 weeks we’ll be talking about whether he’ll be able to finish the season or not. Mark my words!

    ———–

    Your words are boring. Instead of the continuous nauseating meaningless predictions of doom maybe enjoy what one of the all time greats is doing toward the end of his career. Everyone should be hoping it continues because the NFL is way better with Brady in it.

  42. No doubt the smartest QB ever, but not enough credit for also having the strongest arm. Film analysis at Georgia Tech. proved that Brady throws harder at 40 than Elway did in his 20s! Also more accurately of course.
    =====

    I’m most impressed by his 4.45 40-time………………….

  43. Combination of G & H…Brady’s one of the best QBs in history and he played the Saints.

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    justafanofnfl says:
    Instead of wasting time with unnecessary key strokes, if you would like to attempt to mitigate this accomplishment, simply choose one of the specious selections below and type the corresponding letter into the comment box. Feel free to use combinations as well……
    A) It’s due to the system.
    B) It’s due to Bill Belicheck.
    C) It’s due to cheating.
    D) It’s due to poor competition.
    E) It’s due to favoritism by the refs.
    F) It’s due to the recent total eclipse.

  44. aarons444 says:
    September 20, 2017 at 12:28 pm

    Manning is great for sure. No shame being the second best QB of this generation.
    =====

    Exactly.

    No shame in falling in line behind Rodgers.


    5 > 1. The end.

    🙂

  45. Even though I have no doubt that Tom Brady will have other performances like this in 2017, it was the worst pass defense in the league. Although if he does this against the Texans than the critics will silenced for sure.

  46. Let’s not quibble over who’s number 2 on the GOAT list, there’s a lot of candidates. I would call it a toss up between the Bradshaw and Montana, but who’s to say, maybe Wilson is young enough to get three more. I’m afraid the clock is running out on Rogers getting to the second tier and Ryan is young, but tough to have one slip through your fingers. All of them are worthy candidates to become number 2.

    More importantly, every football fan should Just enjoy Brady while we can for another year (or four??). We will never see his level of greatness again in our life time. Thankfully we can watch replays of his epic 4th quarter super bowl drives forever.

  47. Not sneaky at all. Why wouldn’t playoffs count?

    ————
    It counts I guess. But when you’re one of only two teams playing that week where you add to his 400 yard streak is it really that impressive ? Imo no but that’s just me.

  48. Brady had the better career and most will place him higher. But…if he played most of his career with Caldwell, Kubiak, Fox and Irsay instead of Kraft/Belichick he wouldn’t have won as many Super Bowls. If Manning played his entire career with Kraft/Belichick he would have won more…

    ———————-

    345snarkavenue says:
    September 20, 2017 at 12:56 pm
    People still argue that Manning was/is better than Brady?

    What an exercise in futility.

  49. las0023 says:
    September 20, 2017 at 1:45 pm
    Brady had the better career and most will place him higher. But…if he played most of his career with Caldwell, Kubiak, Fox and Irsay instead of Kraft/Belichick he wouldn’t have won as many Super Bowls. If Manning played his entire career with Kraft/Belichick he would have won more…
    _______________________________________________

    Mr Me First Manning and his humongous cap hits would never have fit with Kraft and Belichick’s team philosophy.

  50. I thought Brady was washed up. Are there two Tom Brady’s? After week #1 people were saying Brady was finished. You’d think we’d have learned by now. Oh, now Dak Prescott is washed up. Yep. That wimpy defense of Denver’s stopped him cold.

  51. The fact you’d put Bradshaw up there shows you put way too much emphasis on Super Bowl wins in the ultimate team sport. I’ve always had Montana and Brady as my top 2, but if Marino was on the 49ers instead and if Rodgers was with NE, they’d both have multiple SBs and be in the conversation for GOAT.

    ———————

    ibillwt says:
    September 20, 2017 at 1:29 pm
    Let’s not quibble over who’s number 2 on the GOAT list, there’s a lot of candidates. I would call it a toss up between the Bradshaw and Montana, but who’s to say, maybe Wilson is young enough to get three more. I’m afraid the clock is running out on Rogers getting to the second tier and Ryan is young, but tough to have one slip through your fingers. All of them are worthy candidates to become number 2.

  52. Brady is the greatest system QB to ever play. There is no stopping our Patriots from going 18-1 and I mean nothing.

  53. For all those haters saying it is just the system…well you got 18 years of film on the “system”, go ahead and copy it…..what it didn’t work, thought so!!

  54. I must admit though….I’m intrigued by the prospect of what it might have been like seeing Manning try to play under Belichick, outdoors in a cold weather city. Team first philosophy vs Manning first philosophy.

    I think one of the biggest things that separates these 2 guys is playoffs performances. Imagine how many times Indy might have gone further in the playoffs if Peyton hadn’t choked away the team’s chances. Throws a game changing pick in the SB. Then….in SB 48….chokes from the 1st play and folds his tent shortly after. While Brady, in SB 49 and 51 leads his team back.

    Fact is, Manning benefited from a weak AFC South to get to the playoffs year after year, but could keep up with the better teams once he got there. Since the league realignment in 2002 (a gift to Manning) if you compare the win totals of the AFC South and East, removing those of the division winner (which was primarily Indy and NE) the East has 126 winds, the South 108.

    People like to say that the Patriots play in the softest division, but the South was by far the softest.

  55. And I’d love to see Brady with Kubiak or Fox go against Manning with Belichick.

    345snarkavenue says:
    September 20, 2017 at 2:30 pm
    I must admit though….I’m intrigued by the prospect of what it might have been like seeing Manning try to play under Belichick

  56. jbraider says:
    September 20, 2017 at 9:54 am
    Should have gone to Carr or Crabtree
    A QB throwing 3 TDs is not that unusual
    A WR catching 3 is extraordinary
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Number of touchdowns doesn’t mean much. It could just be a 1 yard completion from the end zone for either passer or receiver. What’s far more impressive is 30-of-39 completions for 447 yards. That’s what wins games.

  57. People like to say that the Patriots play in the softest division, but the South was by far the softest.
    =====

    People say the AFC Least is the worst division beacuse its true.

    The Jets are the only AFC Least team to win a Playoff game since Brady became the Patriots starter.

    The Dolphins haven’t won a Playoff game since 2000 and are 0-3 during the Brady regime.

    The Bills haven’t made the Playoffs this century. They haven’t WON a Playoff game in over 20 years.

    .. Every AFC South team has won a Playoff game since 2001.

  58. Things are a little more nuanced than you let on. Neither turnover in the Super Bowl was Manning’s fault and Brady’s comebacks were only possible after the opposing defense was hurt or exhausted. I would never place Manning ahead of Brady but they did have the same playoff QB rating. Brady hasn’t played a great Super Bowl game since the Bush administration. Same can’t be said of Rodgers or Flacco.

    —————

    I think one of the biggest things that separates these 2 guys is playoffs performances. Imagine how many times Indy might have gone further in the playoffs if Peyton hadn’t choked away the team’s chances. Throws a game changing pick in the SB. Then….in SB 48….chokes from the 1st play and folds his tent shortly after. While Brady, in SB 49 and 51 leads his team back.

  59. aarons444 says:

    September 21, 2017 at 12:05 pm

    =====

    People say the AFC Least is the worst division beacuse its true.

    The Jets are the only AFC Least team to win a Playoff game since Brady became the Patriots starter.

    The Dolphins haven’t won a Playoff game since 2000 and are 0-3 during the Brady regime.

    The Bills haven’t made the Playoffs this century. They haven’t WON a Playoff game in over 20 years.

    .. Every AFC South team has won a Playoff game since 2001.
    —————————————————————————————————
    One more time…

    Bill. 200-71 with the Pats through 2016

    In division 74-27 wp.732

    Out of division 126-44 wp .741

    I have not gone back and adjusted to the prior alignment but do not believe there is a significant impact

    Can we put to rest the myth of the AFCE being the reason for the continued excellence and just acknowledge they have sustained it against any competition?

  60. Can we put to rest the myth of the AFCE being the reason for the continued excellence and just acknowledge they have sustained it against any competition?
    =====

    The Patriots are amazing. Who’s debating that?

    The AFCLeast is the worst divison in the League, and has been since the turn of the century.

    Thats not a shot at the Patriots. They beat everyone, AFCLeast or not.

  61. aarons444 says:

    September 21, 2017 at 1:34 pm

    The Patriots are amazing. Who’s debating that?

    The AFCLeast is the worst divison in the League, and has been since the turn of the century.

    Thats not a shot at the Patriots. They beat everyone, AFCLeast or not
    ——————————————————————————————————–
    so why not say that instead of intimating that the reason for their success is that they play in the AFC East

    Six wins a year (which they do not get out of the division) does not get you into the playoffs and a first round bye

  62. hockeyforlife04 says:

    September 20, 2017 at 10:16 am

    He’s just a system QB. The system is ball control, gain yards and score points. Nice system.
    ======================

    If its Belichick’s system that’s due all the credit, why is Brady the only player who has been there the entire time? Belichick has jettisoned many good to great players who started to get too expensive for the cap. If Brady could have been replaced with a cheaper, equally productive QB, it would have happened looong ago.

    And Brady was 2nd in the NFL in yards per attempt last year.

  63. aarons444 says:
    September 21, 2017 at 12:05 pm
    People like to say that the Patriots play in the softest division, but the South was by far the softest.
    =====

    People say the AFC Least is the worst division beacuse its true.

    The Jets are the only AFC Least team to win a Playoff game since Brady became the Patriots starter.
    —-
    An AFC East representative has played in the last 8 conference championship games and last 10 out of 11. And of course has won 2 Super Bowls and 4 conference championships in that timeframe.

    If the division was that weak and it’s champion was a paper tiger they would get exposed very quickly in the playoffs. The AFC East champion has only been one and done in the playoffs just three times in the last 15 years. Compare that to the so called tough AFC North, a division that the World Champion Patriots slap around on a regular basis… they have 8 one and dones in that same timeframe.

    Sounds to me like you ought to be calling it the AFC Beast a lot sooner than AFC Least. 🙂

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