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Old 09-27-2015, 07:57 AM   #61
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With Brady on the brink of 400 TD passes, Patriots.com takes a look back at some of his milestone TDs:

http://www.patriots.com/galleries/2015/09/25/tom-bradys-milestone-td-passes

So good.

As is Mike Reiss's account of Brady's all time best (to date) TD passes.
http://espn.go.com/blog/boston/new-e...uchdown-passes
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Which player will receive TFB's 400th TD pass?

I'm picking Dobson.
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I'm picking Dobson.
I can't bet against Gronk.
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Not sure how I missed this thread for months, but I did. Outstanding from the first post on!
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I can't bet against Gronk.
I'll go along with that.

Gronk caught his 300th. He caught his 350th. I see a trend....

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You know you hate the Patriots...


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Old 10-03-2015, 05:16 AM   #69
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Friday, October 02, 2015 2:00 PM EDT

By New England Patriots

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As we move forward into the season, here are several milestones to look out for in 2015 for Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and other Patriots. Read
PATRIOTS

  • The Patriots can match the Oakland Raiders (1973-1977) as only the second team in NFL history to advance to five straight AFC Championship games.
  • The Patriots will look to become the ninth team to repeat as Super Bowl champions and the first team to do so since New England won back-to-back Super Bowls in 2003 and 2004. The Patriots will try to match Pittsburgh as the only other NFL team with back-to-back Super Bowl wins two separate times.
  • The Patriots have won six straight division titles (2009-14) and can match the Los Angeles Rams (1973-79) for the most consecutive division titles in NFL history if they win the AFC East in 2015.
BILL BELICHICK

  • Bill Belichick (6) needs to



    reach one more Super Bowl as a head coach to break a tie with Don Shula (6) for the most conference titles.
  • Belichick has four Super Bowl wins as a head coach to match Pittsburgh’s Chuck Noll for the most wins. With one more Super Bowl win, Belichick will have the most wins by a head coach in Super Bowl history.
  • Belichick (14 straight) needs to lead the Patriots to one more winning season to break a tie with Curly Lambeau (14) for the second most consecutive winning seasons all-time to the 20 by Tom Landry.
  • Belichick is one of five head coaches to win six consecutive division titles (2009-14) - Paul Brown (1950-55), Tom Landry (1966-71), Bud Grant (1973-78) and Chuck Noll (1974-79) - and needs one more division title in 2015 to have seven, the most consecutive division titles among all head coaches.
  • Belichick has 12 division titles as a head coach and needs one more to tie Tom Landry and Don Shula for 13, the most division titles among all head coaches.
TOM BRADY




CONSISTENT WINNER
Tom Brady has 163 career regular-season wins with the Patriots, the most wins by a starting quarterback with one team. Read
  • Brady is in his 16th season with the Patriots, tying former Patriots QB Steve Grogan (1975-90) for most seaons with the Patriots.
  • Brady became the fourth NFL player to ever reach 400 career touchdown passes on a second quarter TD pass vs. Jacksonville (9/27).
  • If Brady reaches 30 or more touchdown passes in 2015, he will become just the fourth player in NFL history with at least 30 or more touchdown passes in six seasons.
  • If Brady reaches 4,000 passing yards in 2015, he will be just the third player in NFL history with at least eight 4,000-yard passing seasons.
  • Brady has played in 212 career games with the Patriots to match Bruce Armstrong (212) for most games played in Patriots history. He has started in 210 games and needs to start in three more to move past Armstrong (212) for most starts in Patriots history.
  • Tom Brady made his 14th opening day start with the Patriots in 2015. The only NFL quarterbacks with more opening day starts with one team are John Elway (16 with Denver), Dan Marino (16 with Miami) and Brett Favre (15 with Green Bay).
STEPHEN GOSTKOWSKI

  • Stephen Gostkowski has led



    the NFL in scoring in each of the last three seasons (2012-14). He can become just the third NFL player to lead the NFL in scoring in at least four consecutive seasons, joining Don Hutson (1940-44) and Gino Cappelletti (1963-66).
  • If Stephen Gostkowski leads the NFL in scoring in 2015, he will join Don Hutson (5) and Gino Cappelletti (5) as the only NFL players to lead the NFL in scoring in five seasons. Gostkowski has led the NFL in scoring in 2008, 2012, 2013 and 2014.
  • Gostkowski has 250 career field goals and needs 14 field goals in 2015 to move past Adam Vinatieri (263) for the most field goals in team history.
  • Gostkowski moved past Matt Stover (422) and is first in NFL history with 425 consecutive extra points.
ROB GRONKOWSKI

  • Rob Gronkowski has 59



    overall touchdowns and needs 10 touchdowns to move past Stanley Morgan (68) to become the all-time leader in touchdowns scored for the Patriots. He needs one more touchdown to become the second Patriots player with 60 touchdowns.
  • Gronkowski (58) needs 10 receiving touchdowns to move past Stanley Morgan (67) to become the all-time leader in receiving touchdowns for the Patriots.
  • Gronkowski (59) needs one more TD to become the fifth NFL tight end with at least 60 touchdowns, joining Tony Gonzalez (111), Antonio Gates (99), Shannon Sharpe (62) and Jerry Smith (60).
  • Gronkowski (4,687) needs 313 receiving yards in 2015 to become the seventh New England Patriots player to reach 5,000 career receiving yards.


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Here's an new angle (at least for me) of the end of SB49. It never gets old.

Right at the 1:18 mark you can see Blount come over and shake Lynch's hand and hug him. He must have said, "should have just given you the ball man." LOL.

Great video. Thanks for sharing. Love watching the replays on the screen and hearing the fans reactions.
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Right at the 1:18 mark you can see Blount come over and shake Lynch's hand and hug him. He must have said, "should have just given you the ball man." LOL.

Great video. Thanks for sharing. Love watching the replays on the screen and hearing the fans reactions.
Guy with Camera gets right on top of the pile. I'd like to see his footage.

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I know this is up here somewhere but you just can't see these too many times.

This one is fast paced. Hundreds (?) of great moments in under 12 minutes. And a great place to observe what a beautiful ball TFB throws.

We are so blessed.

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I want us to never forget all that TommyD has meant to this gathering. Can we just call him Edeljag instead?

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Bill Belichick is now in his 41st season coaching in the NFL, and Sunday marked a first for him when the New England Patriots had just 18 healthy offensive players available to them.

Asked in his standard day-after-game conference call how unusual that was, Belichick said: "Very rare. I don't think I've ever gone in with that few players, and really, you count [Matthew] Slater as one of them, but he's really ... you know how many plays he's played on offense in his career here."

Because of the shortage, the Patriots didn't rotate along the offensive line for the first time this season, and had just two active running backs. Quarterback Tom Brady said that the team was adding things to its game plan as late as two hours before kickoff, with one example a four-receiver/one-tight-end package.

Those 18 healthy players also included receiver Brandon LaFell and offensive lineman Ryan Wendell, who were making their debuts and not in condition to play a full game.

"We were pretty thin all the way across," acknowledged Belichick. "Guys all stepped up and did a really good job. We had a lot of ironmen out there."
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