The New England Patriots defeated the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. The offense didn’t quite contribute to the 34-13 win, but the defense was brilliant. Stephon Gilmore was excellent with his interceptions. The same applies to rookie wideout N’Keal Harry. Players practiced really hard to come this far, and quarterback Tom Brady set another record. The quarterback proved he is better than Peyton Manning again.
TB12 set the NFL record for most seasons with at least 20 touchdown passes Sunday during the game against Cincinnati. Week 15 was great for the Patriots. Yes, they played a weak opponent, but it was more than great to see the players come back in shape.
Manning and Brady were tied for the record coming into the season, but TB12 took it for himself Sunday in the first quarter when James White rushed 23 yards out of the backfield for the opening score of the game.
Later in the match, TB12 later fired a 7-yard touchdown pass to Harry. This play was the 538th touchdown pass of Brady’s professional career, bringing him one behind Manning for the awesome NFL record. Although the quarterback might pass his rival for that more hallowed mark any time now, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees will be more than ready to compete fiercely with the GOAT for as long they continue to play.
We are not even worried about Manning. He likes to compete with Brady. Challenging Brady is a priority for him, and haters like to say that Manning is much better. Well, we won’t even say anything about this. We’ll let the numbers do the talking. Brady is the greatest of all times. Let’s not even forget that he doesn’t like being called the GOAT.
The Patriots lost just three games in the regular season. They have the Buffalo Bills on the schedule. The Miami Dolphins will arrive at Gillette Stadium for the final game of the season.
New England is stuck into an investigation at the moment as the NFL tries to determine what really happened during the game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns.