◾️ The Patriots took down the Packers 31-17 in a battle of the legend QBs on Sunday Night Football.
Two of the greatest geniuses in the quarterback position measured their strength and it was Tom Brady who won the duel. New England Patriots won 17-31 against Aaron Rodgers’ and the Green Bay Packers, in a game that had a couple of legends face to face.
It was only the second meeting between the two QBs and it meant a rematch of TB12, who lost the only time he had faced Rodgers. Brady threw for 294 yards and a touchdown to lead the Pats’ victory.
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Brady couldn’t have done it if it weren’t for the efforts of James White, who despite having only run for 31 yards, two of his carries ended up in the end zone, in addition to adding 72 more yards per air, being a true escape valve for Brady.
The match was even during the first three quarters of the game, in fact, they went 17-17 until the fourth period, when NE took off with two scores as a result of mistakes well capitalized by the Bostonians, beyond the outstanding performance of Rodgers.
The Wisconsin QB threw for 259 yards and 2 TDs, but that didn’t help to stop a monster named New England, who seems more awake than ever despite the fact that many thought was dead.
The win placed the Patriots with a 6-2 record at the top of the AFC East division. While the defeat left the cheese heads with a record of 3-3-1 in a complicated NFC North.