Indianapolis Colts vs. New England Patriots Recap
October 18, 2015
In a rematch of the infamous "Deflategate" AFC championship game, the Colts and Patriots staged a thrilling contest before New England again came away with a victory. The game's key play came late in the third quarter with New England already leading 27-21. The Patriots stopped a Colts fake punt attempt in Indianapolis territory. With a short field to work with, the Patriots responded with a touchdown drive for a 13-point lead. The Patriot's Tom Brady finished 23-of-37 for 312 yards and three touchdowns, while Andrew Luck was 30-of-50 for an identical 312 yards and three touchdowns. LeGarrette Blount ran for 93 yards and a New England touchdown.
Dallas Cowboys vs. New England Patriots Recap
October 11, 2015
Missing their Pro Bowl caliber quarterback and wide receiver now for the last 3 weeks, the Dallas Cowboys continued to look like a second rate team minus their two superstars. Replacing Tony Romo and Dez Bryant is proving to be more than just an ominous chore for the Cowboy’s front office. Hosting the defending champs would not help matters in the least.
The Cowboys offense seemed to have no clue for the New England Patriots defense, and neither did the Cowboy defense which had played reasonably well the past couple of games. Dallas managed only a pair of Dan Bailey field goals to put their half dozen points on the board, while Tom Brady continued his assault on the NFL record books with a trio of touchdowns, 2 by air, and 1 by land.
Brady was his methodical self, completing 20 passes for 275 yards and stellar 130.9 quarterback rating. His counterpart, second stringer Brandon Weeden, was neither methodical, nor efficient. Weeded averaged a meager 4.8 yards per completion leading to a dismal 67.0 rating.
Dallas will get a week to try and heal some wounds with a bye next weekend, while the 4-0 Patriots will try to continue their undefeated season as they host the Indianapolis Colts in a rematch of last year’s storybook AFC championship, otherwise known as the “Deflate-Bowl”.
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New England Patriots Vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Recap
September 27, 2015
Tom Brady had another huge game, helping the Patriots to a blowout win over the Jaguars that moved New England's record to a perfect 3-0 for the season. Brady completed 33-of-42 passes for 358 yards and two touchdowns. At a point in the season when he was originally scheduled to be suspended, Brady now has over 1,100 yards, nine touchdowns and no interceptions overall. New England running back LeGarrette Blount rushed for 78 yards and three touchdowns, and backup Dion Lewis added 37 yards and a touchdown on eight carries. Jacksonville's Blake Bortles threw for 242 yards but couldn't keep up with Brady, and the Jaguars also lost 114 yards to penalties.