Brady has defied the odds by staying at the top of his game for as long as he has, but time is catching up with him. "They're well-coached. They've got a good offense".
Yeah, sure. The Patriots went 11-5 and finished second in the AFC standings. With a trip to the conference championship on the line, the Los Angeles Chargers are set to visit Foxborough this Sunday, and they've got one thing on their minds: Preventing what's been done countless times before and stopping the Pats from another deep run. They have a first-year starter at quarterback, albeit an MVP front-runner, in Patrick Mahomes.
The Saints averaged 31.5 points this season on their way to the NFC South title, ranking third in the National Football League behind the Chiefs (35.3 points per game) and Rams (32.9) and ahead of the Patriots (27.3).
The victor will move on to play the Rams on Sunday, January 20th.
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"Tom said it, so I can comment on it".
Brady isn't the only Patriot who has proudly adopted the underdog theme. "But the only thing that matters is what we think in this room and we believe". On one hand, you have the offensive fireworks promised by the Chiefs, with Mahomes throwing to the likes of Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce.
By early in the fourth quarter, Brady had completed 32 of his 42 passes for 340 yards and a touchdown, helping the Patriots open up a huge lead over the Chargers. As he said, "We'll see".