Patriots quarterback Tom Brady seems to think that 'everyone thinks we suck'


If that doesn't get Patriots fans hype, I can't help them.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has set an National Football League record for most consecutive postseason passes without an interception. But on the rare occasions when Brady did stumble, some critics chalked it up to his age, and used that as a excuse to say the Patriots dynasty is finished. As he said, "We'll see".

Yeah, we can now conclude that Mr. Brady will be ready for this game and an opportunity at another Super Bowl appearance. The Patriots will face the top-seeded Chiefs in a rematch of their epic regular-season shootout.

The victor will move on to play the Rams on Sunday, January 20th.

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Los Angeles advanced by powering its way to a 30-22 win against Dallas on Saturday.

Perhaps someone got quick word to Brady, just after his team's 41-28 dismissal of Philip Rivers and the Chargers, that the Patriots had been installed as underdogs to Kansas City.

The Patriots scored on their first four possessions on their way to a 35-7 halftime lead. "Everybody thinks we don't have enough", wide receiver Phillip Dorsett said (via ESPN).

Only a handful of teams have ever won the title game two years in a row. Mahomes, who is one of the favorites for the NFL MVP award, passed for 278 yards and rushed for a score in his playoff debut. "We just want to keep this thing rolling".