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Tom Brady & Bill Belichick are currently tied with Dan Marino & Don Shula for and NFL RECORD most wins by a Quarterback/Head Coach tandem with 116.
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Read what New England Patriots QB Tom Brady had to say as he addressed the media during his press conference on Wednesday, November 2, 2011.
Like the six wives of Henry VIII, the six cornerbacks of Bill Belichick III (number of his Super Bowl rings) have led brief lives.
If they do not please the kingpin, they are not beheaded. No, nothing quite so drastic as that is the New England Patriot way.
New England combines lynchpin with safety pin, but the safety has become undone most of the time.
Defenses have been attacking the Pats offense differently in recent weeks, and Brady and the offense have had some difficulty adjusting. Things won’t get much easier this week against a Giants D that leads the league in sacks. Only two teams have allowed fewer passing TDs than the Giants this year, so it would be prudent to temper expectations for Brady at 250 yards...
Giants need to do as they did in 2008 and pressure Brady today at MetLife Stadium
When he wasn’t getting grilled about Julian Edelman’s arrest, Bill Belichick was challenged yesterday on another front - the play of cornerbacks Antwuan Molden and Phillip Adams in last Sunday’s 25-17 loss at Pittsburgh.
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Who do you like this week – the Giants or the Patriots?
Can the Giants win, or just cover the 9-point spread?
Will the game be over or under 51 points?
How many times will the Giants sack Tom Brady?
Can Brandon Jacobs put his money where his mouth is and bash New England?
Will Eli Manning show the country he can...
Nearly four years ago, Eli Manning upstaged Tom Brady to give the New York Giants a stunning Super Bowl win over the previously unbeaten New England Patriots.
That's probably one reason why Manning claims he's in the same class as Brady, and his play this season is backing up that uncharacteristic statement.
Manning will try to lead the injury-riddled Giants to another...
Eli Manning will try to lead the injury-riddled Giants to another upset of Tom Brady
and the Patriots when they meet at Gillette Stadium
That Patriots appear to be in good health heading into Sunday’s game with the New York Giants.
Colleague Ian Rapoport, who made the trek to the upper practice fields behind Gillette Stadium, to watch the first part of practice, indicated linebacker Dane Fletcher (thumb) was missing.
Earlier, during his session with the media, Patriots coach Bill Belichick indicated Fletcher’s...