The New England Patriots may be dealing with a slew of injuries, but their most important player is still healthy.
Tom Brady also tends to have few issues against the New York Jets.
A week after engineering a stunning game-winning drive in the final seconds, Brady may be hoping things go a lot easier Sunday at MetLife Stadium as he tries to continue his dominance of the Jets.
New England (5-1) leads the AFC East by 1 1/2 games over second-place Miami despite an injured list that's grown to 10 players. Star linebacker Jerod Mayo (torn pectoral muscle) joined tackle Vince Wilfork on season-ending injured reserve this week, while cornerback Aqib Talib's hip injury along with wide receiver Danny Amendola and guard Dan Connolly's concussions could keep them out Sunday.
The Patriots still are waiting for star tight end Rob Gronkowski to make his season debut after undergoing surgeries on his left forearm and back.
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