Tom Brady off Patriots’ injury report

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The Patriots have removed quarterback Tom Brady from their injury report. He practiced fully Friday and will start Sunday against the Bills.

Brady missed a second consecutive Wednesday practice with a minor Achilles’ tendon injury. He returned for a limited practice on Thursday.

The Patriots won’t have offensive lineman Marcus Cannon (ankle) or wide receiver Chris Hogan (shoulder). New England ruled both out.

Eight other players are questionable, including center David Andrews (illness). Andrews returned to practice on a limited basis this week after missing two weeks with flu-like symptoms potentially due to altitude sickness while the Patriots were in Colorado.

15 responses to “Tom Brady off Patriots’ injury report

  1. LOL!

    Hilarious. Even some of our own Pats fans were making excuses about this last week as to why Brady had an up and down game vs Miami.

    A strain in the calf is not really a real injury for a pro athlete.

    My goodness.

  2. I wasn’t overly concerned knowing we can win with Hoyer. The Patriots system is so great, a high school QB can start in it and have success. Just amazing.

  3. atsfan4lifesbchamps says:
    December 1, 2017 at 4:20 pm
    I wasn’t overly concerned knowing we can win with Hoyer. The Patriots system is so great, a high school QB can start in it and have success. Just amazing.


    A high school QB can start and have success yet professional players can’t stop it. Makes sense

    #fakepatriotsfan

    #fake

  4. Late in the season, expect Brady to get a rest day more often than not. Another clue, if they say it’s his achilles, it’s anything but his achilles.

  5. “I wasn’t overly concerned knowing we can win with Hoyer. The Patriots system is so great, a high school QB can start in it and have success. Just amazing.”

    Then why don’t all the other teams just adopt the system if the players themselves don’t matter?

  6. What jumps out here is that Staubach’s career was so short. Brady has played more than three times as many games. Were Brady to have not been injured, and were the Pats to go 4-0 in December this year as well as in 2008 (not out of the question), their average would be about the same. It’s a lot harder to establish that kind of winning percentage when you play an extended number of years, with completely different rosters. Brady’s longevity and record stand alone.

    Also standing alone are the penalties for cheating….yawn.

  7. We need more trolling comments calling Brady a “system QB”, just one or two per article isn’t enough.

  8. patsfan4lifesbchamps says:
    December 1, 2017 at 4:20 pm

    I wasn’t overly concerned knowing…
    __________________________________________

    Stopped reading at ‘knowing’ since clearly you don’t know much of anything chip

  9. Hey you better pray that its not just the Patriots system because if it is you know what?

    That would mean it wouldn’t matter the slightest if or when Brady retires because they’re still gonna kick the crap out of the rest of the league for years to come

    Think about that when you post the system drivel

  10. @ harrisonhits, there obviously isn’t any effort never mind thinking going on there. There was a time chipwibaarons4life put in some effort at the trolling but all that’s left is nonsense. It’s tough to see that level of obsession resulting in such meager production. Poor chip has almost descended to the drool level it’s…just…sad

  11. “What’s the System you speak of and how can we adopt it for our QBs?”

    Every team has game film. Watch it and copy the “System” that the Pats use if that is all there is to do.

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