A few weeks ago, when the football season began, it seemed like every game had a winner and a loser.
The winner was the Broncos, who beat the Giants.
The loser was the Patriots, who lost to the Chiefs.
Now, we’re getting to know the losers and see how the winners are doing.
It’s no surprise the Broncos and Patriots are at each other’s throats.
They’re both the NFL’s most dominant teams.
They’ve been at each others throats for months now.
They are also the only teams that have won at least 10 games in a season in each of the past three years.
The teams have been locked in a battle for the NFL title since 2012, and both are likely to win it.
The Broncos have a chance to go 10-1 and end the regular season undefeated.
That’s what the New England Patriots have done since the end of the 2013 season.
The Patriots have also gone 11-1 this season.
They beat the Broncos in the wild-card round.
They lost to Kansas City in the divisional round.
They have the league’s best defense and quarterback play, but the Patriots have had to adjust to a different offense since Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski left town.
That has led to some tough moments.
This week’s matchup between Brady and Gronkowski will be the first of three playoff games that could decide who gets the Patriots to the Super Bowl.
The second one is the AFC Championship Game.
The third game is the Wild Card Game.
In the Patriots’ divisional playoff game against the Broncos on Sunday, the defense could give Brady the best chance to win his third Super Bowl championship.
Brady is coming off a season that was one of the most productive in NFL history.
He had the best statistical season of his career, with 6,926 yards and 19 touchdowns, and was the league leader in passing efficiency.
The Pats also won their division, the AFC East, and the AFC South.
This season, Brady was voted the MVP of the Superbowl.
His stats were so good, it’s not even funny.
Brady had an MVP-caliber season that year, and he also led the NFL in passing yards and touchdowns.
The Patriots won their second division title in the past four years.
They were also able to keep pace with the Chiefs for the NFC East title.
Brady has had some success this season, as he threw for 5,823 yards, 26 touchdowns and eight interceptions.
He was the MVP and MVP-type of quarterback, and his performance was enough to make him the second best quarterback in the NFL.
But Brady is no longer Brady.
He’s a completely different player.
His passing and running ability have been limited, and it’s taken him longer to reach his potential.
Brady’s offense was more reliant on his ability to hit a big play and throw deep.
The team is averaging less than 2.3 yards per carry this season and the Patriots are averaging only 1.7 yards per rush.
Brady and the offense have struggled to score touchdowns and create turnovers.
They have the worst touchdown-to-interception ratio in the league, and they’re allowing nearly as many touchdowns as they are interceptions.
The team has had three quarterback controversies this season: Matt Cassel’s suspension, Matt Ryan’s return, and Julian Edelman’s suspension.
Each of these three players was suspended for an extended period of time.
Cassel, Ryan and Edelman have been suspended for more than six games each.
They each have five games remaining, so it’s likely that they’ll be suspended for at least two more.
The suspensions for Cassel and Ryan have been more of a hindrance to Brady than an obstacle to winning games.
Cassell, Ryan, and Edlander were suspended after they each had a negative game.
It’s clear that the suspensions hurt Brady.
The Brady that was drafted in the first round in 2013 was not the Brady that we saw during the regular seasons.
The two games Brady and Edland were suspended for, the Patriots had two different quarterbacks play in them.
Brady was benched and Edel was given a second chance.
The New England defense was much better against Edel in 2014, and that allowed Brady to continue to play at a high level.
Injuries have also hampered Brady.
Tom Brady has missed 13 games because of injuries.
He also missed time with a broken collarbone.
Brady also missed five games in the second half of last season because of a fractured fibula in his left hand.
He suffered that injury on the very same play that Edel fractured his fibula.
Brady missed six games last season due to an ankle injury, and only played in one game last season after getting hurt.
Brady still has been active for four of his past five games.
Edelman has played in all three playoff contests, and has been spectacular in all of them.
He has rushed for 1,087 yards and 16 touchdowns, including three 100-yard games.
Edelman has also been involved in every Patriots