Tom Brady continues to rewrite Patriots record books and make his case as the clear-cut MVP in another stellar outing in the Patriots' win over the Bears.
The quarterback threw for 369 yards and two touchdowns, and the New England Patriots locked up their eighth playoff berth in 10 years with a 36-7 pounding of Chicago on a snowy, blustery, bone-chilling Sunday.
The Bears' defense has carried the team for much of the season, and it will again in a win on Sunday, according to PFW's Dan Parr.
PFW associate editor Kevin Fishbain predicted 30 points for the Patriots earlier in the week, but with the weather conditions hitting Soldier Field Sunday morning, it could be a wild, low-scoring game in Chicago.
Cold, windy weather and a tough Bears defense could make things difficult for the Patriots' offense and for fantasy owners who have reaped the benefits of their recent offensive surge.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and QB Tom Brady spoke to the media on Wednesday to discuss Sunday's matchup against the Bears.
Only one running back, Maurice Jones-Drew of the Jaguars, is ranked in our top 10 this week, and the top six players on the Meter are quarterbacks.
Tom Brady remains not only the Patriots' MVP, but far and away the leading candidate for the league MVP award.
Tom Brady had another masterful performance in his record 26th consecutive home victory, a 45-3 win over the Jets, earning him Patriots offensive player of the week again.
Tom Brady threw for four touchdowns and 326 yards in leading the New England Patriots to a 45-3 rout over the New York Jets in their AFC East showdown Monday night.
In the most hyped regular-season game in recent memory between two bitter AFC East rivals, PFW associate editor Kevin Fishbain thinks the Patriots' home-field advantage will be just enough to beat the Jets.
The NFL has announced that the originally scheduled "Sunday Night Football" game for Week 15, Packers at Patriots, will not be flexed and therefore will remain on NBC with an 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff.
QB Tom Brady might not match the numbers we've seen the past three games, but he is still a viable option. RBs BenJarvus Green-Ellis and Danny Woodhead, on the other hand, may struggle on Monday night.
Patriots QB Tom Brady has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week.
While the Patriots will likely make the playoffs this season, a loss to the Jets on Monday night would make them look like a one-and-done playoff team.