Found October 25, 2011 on
Johnny Weir already carried an air of invincibility in the Tweet of the Week arena (he was 5-0 entering last week), and it should come as no shock that adding Tom Brady to the equation would only fortify his resolve.
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Tom Brady has played some outstanding games against the Pittsburgh Steelers. His next chance comes Sunday at Heinz Field.
The Patriots quarterback is 6-1 against them and has completed at least two-thirds of his passes in six of those games. Last year, he led New England to a 39-26 win at Pittsburgh in which he completed 30 of 43 passes for 350 yards and three touchdowns.
Ian Rapoport said on NFL Network yesterday that before the season started a Patriots offensive player told him that Tom Brady said “Against the Steelers, don’t worry, I got it.” You can see the report here as Brady insinuates he owns Dick LeBeau. The pregame release for the Patriots game is up in PDF format and it tells us the Steelers look to open the season 4-0 at Heinz...
The Pittsburgh Steelers zone blitz revolutionized how defense is played in the NFL, and Pittsburgh has dominated, winning two super bowls in the past decade largely due to their defense. However, there is one offense that loves to play against that defense: The New England Patriots. Maybe you can call it a perfect storm or just a bad fit, but the Patriots surely have shown a propensity...
Tom Brady breaks down the Steel Curtain. Patriots players prepare for a loud stadium in Pittsburgh. It’s all inside today’s edition of the Patriots.com News Blitz.
Tom Brady takes on the Steelers in the Game of the Week
Tom Brady has made opposing defenses look bad for years. Apparently, the New England quarterback is doing the same...
Brett Keisel's short-term memory is a little hazy. Actually, his long-term memory is clouded, too, at least when it comes to the New England Patriots.
The Pittsburgh defensive end isn't quite sure how many times Tom Brady has beaten the defending AFC champions.
Is it four? Five? All Keisel knows is, whatever the number is - six, actually - it's too many. He also knows...