The 2013 season might be the best performance of Bill Belichick’s coaching career.
Denver quarterback Peyton Manning has broken Tom Brady’s NFL record for most touchdown passes in a season with 51.
Tony Romo tossed two interceptions in the final three minutes and the Cowboys (7-7) blew a chance to pull even with Philadelphia in the NFC East, remaining a game behind with two to play.
The Colts and Broncos have already secured a playoff spot, with others offered the chance this weekend if all breaks right. The question is, which team will win the AFC Championship this year?
While many consider Peyton Manning to be the greatest “regular season” quarterback of all-time, it really is, in part, a function of being a “dome” quarterback for much of his career. That doesn’t bode well going forward.
This latest version of Brady vs. Manning was a rout. And then it wasn’t, stretching deep into overtime before New England’s biggest winning rally in franchise history gave it a 34-31 victory over Denver.
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As if we haven’t seen enough of Tom Brady already, one of the New York Post’s sources says he can now “look down on Gotham like Batman.”
Even though he’s turned into a bit of a sympathetic figure, the former first-round pick still does not have many supporters. Forbes released its list of the most disliked players in the NFL on Monday, and the 26-year-old came in fifth.
The Jets were better than the Patriots on Sunday. Defensive end Sheldon Richardson says Gang Green is better than New England, period.
Tom Brady isn’t used to this. For the Patriots quarterback, there’s losing — and then there’s losing to the rival New York Jets.
Now, everyone will be talking about the curious call in overtime that secured New York’s win over New England. But that doesn’t even happen without Ryan’s halftime adjustments.
The Jets won a game Sunday on a call an official may never favor them with again in 2013. So, ya wanna throw it back? Of course not.
The Jets, given new life after a rare call in overtime, ran the ball three times to set up Nick Folk’s winner and send the green towel-waving fans at MetLife Stadium into a frenzy.
New rule gave Folk a second chance after he missed a 56-yarder moments earlier. Patriots Chris Jones was called for unsportsmanlike conduct.