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Tom Brady was still in the game

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Sony Michel Jerseys 2019 , still throwing passes, in the fourth quarter of a game the Patriots dominated throughout today. So why didn’t coach Bill Belichick call off the dogs and rest Brady up for the AFC Championship Game?Because that’s not the way Belichick does things. Belichick said today that he doesn’t care if everyone thinks he should have pulled Brady, Belichick believes that teams should continue trying to score as long as the game has any conceivable chance of getting close again.“We’re trying to score until I thought the game got to the point where I thought they didn’t really have enough possessions to catch us. Look, we’ve seen Peyton Manning come back from down 21 points in four minutes and win. So it’s not over until it’s over in this league. I know I’m in the minority on that Byron Cowart Jersey Boys , but until it’s over you’re trying to score, you’re trying to win, there’s no lead, no 28-point lead White Duke Dawson Jerseys , 24-point lead, 21-point lead that’s ever safe in this league. I’ve seen them evaporate,” Belichick said.Belichick has kept Brady in the game late many times in blowouts, and Brady has always come out unscathed. Belichick isn’t going to change his ways now.New England Patriots links 10/09/18 - Bill Belichick raves about Patrick Mahomes TEAM TALKErik Scalavino wraps up the Patriots’ mini bye and takes a look forward to the upcoming game against Kansas CityConference call transcripts: Bill Belichick Duke Dawson Jerseys 2019 , Josh McDaniels, and Josh Boyer talk about the Chiefs.LOCAL LINKSZack Cox (NESN) lists five things to know about the Chiefs.Tom E. Curran (NBC Boston) wonders if the Patriots should keep it simple when it comes to defending Patrick Mahomes.Ben Volin (Boston Globe) thinks that there is plenty on the line when the Patriots play the Chiefs.Logan Mullen (NESN) shares Bill Belichick’s thoughts on why the Chiefs offense is so hard to stop.Zack Cox (NESN) asked Eric Rowe why he felt the urge to reply to a troll on Twitter.Nora Princiotti (Boston Globe) wonders if Kansas City will be able to stop the Patriots’ running game.Zack Cox (NESN) notes that Bill Belichick has no issue with the NFL’s controversial roughing the passer rules.Phil Perry (NBC Boston) thinks that the Patriots passed their test agains the Colts and now aim for the head of the class.Mike Reiss (ESPN Boston) takes a closer look at Tom Brady’s 71 touchdown recipients.Devon Clements (Patriots Wire) writes that the Patriots’ pressure stats are surprisingly elite.Ryan Hannable (WEEI) quotes Bill Belichick who talkes about the Chiefs’ receiving group: “You can’t double them all”Joshua Schrock (NESN) shares Tom Brady’s answer when asked if he sees parallels between Patrick Mahomes’ career start and his own. /hint: he doesn’tKaren Guregian (Boston Herald) believes that the Chiefs style of offense will test the endurance of New England’s cornerbacks.Doug Kyed (NESN) writes that Kyle Van Noy is still unsatisfied despite a disruptive start to the season.Brent Schwartz (Patriots Wire) ranks his top 10 NFL teams entering week six.NATIONAL NEWSRodger Sherman (Ringer) asks where Drew Brees ranks on the all-time quarterbacks list.Rebecca Toback (SB Nation) shares her week six NFL power rankings.Elliot Harrison (NFL.com) releases his week six power rankings.The MMQB Staff (SI) publishes its latest power rankings.The Bleacher Report NFL Staff (Bleacher Report) publishes its own power rankings.Robert Mays (Ringer) offers 11 thoughts on the NFL’s week six.Nancy Armour (USA Today) thinks that the NFL’s ratings are doing just fine despite protests and presidential attacks.Adam Stites (SB Nation) wonders which head coaches will be fired first.Adam Maya (NFL.com) reports that the Giants release former first-round draft pick Ereck Flowers.Michael David Smith (Pro Football Talk) reports that the Jaguars will sign Jamaal Charles.Robert Klemko (SI) explains why the Chiefs will be a formidable threat for the duration of the season.Kevin Patra (NFL.com) writes about the Buccaneers signing guard Ali Marpet to a five-year, $55.0 million contract extension.Graham Barfield (NFL.com) takes a look at fantasy football waiver-wire targets for this week.
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