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NFL: Tom Brady's New England Patriots Keep Rolling Past the Washington Redskins

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NFL quarterback Tom Brady led the New England Patriots to victory.

The New England Patriots cruised to a comfortable win on Sunday, blowing out Washington Redskins in a 33-7 at FedEX Field.

As usual, Tom Brady led the way for New England. He completed 42 of 28 passes to lead the way for New England, finishing his afternoon with a passer rating of 106.00, 348 yards, one interception, and three touchdowns. New England Patriots put up an OVER (Offensive Value and Efficiency Rating) of 206.5, compared to overall OVER of 51.625 for Washington Redskins.

The Patriots defense also stood strong, keeping Redskins' quarterback Colt McCoy in check. New England put up a total DVS (Defensive Value Score) index of 1.4, compared to 0.71 for Washington Redskins; the Pats' six sacks and one defensive touchdown drove that number and helped make the game comfortable for Brady and his offensive unit.

The Patriots will take the field on Thursday night against the New York Giants while the Redskins, now without head coach Jay Gruden, will take ont the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

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Joe Kozlowski began his career as a sports journalist in 2013 and joined Sports7 in 2019. He covers the NBA and soccer for Sports7, with specialties in legacy NBA players such as Michael Jordan and Premier League club Arsenal. Off the clock, he's a Kansas City Chiefs fan and a hockey goalie. Growing up loving Shaquille O'Neal and reading everything he could about the great big men throughout NBA history — likely because he was still tall enough, at least relative to his peers, to play center — he's continued to love learning about and exploring the historical and story-based sides of the basketball archives. As for Arsenal, Joe spent a year living in London and latched onto the local support of the club. He's barely missed a match since, loving Arsene Wenger, enduring the Banter Era, and following along through rebuilds. The Premier League interest developed into a passionate following of the Champions League, Europe's big five league, and international soccer as a whole when played at the highest level. Regardless of the sport, Joe is captivated by the stories of athletes beyond the box scores and how they push the envelope — both in terms of what we think a human is capable of accomplishing and how they find new competitive tactics to win.

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Joe Kozlowski began his career as a sports journalist in 2013 and joined Sports7 in 2019. He covers the NBA and soccer for Sports7, with specialties in legacy NBA players such as Michael Jordan and Premier League club Arsenal. Off the clock, he's a Kansas City Chiefs fan and a hockey goalie. Growing up loving Shaquille O'Neal and reading everything he could about the great big men throughout NBA history — likely because he was still tall enough, at least relative to his peers, to play center — he's continued to love learning about and exploring the historical and story-based sides of the basketball archives. As for Arsenal, Joe spent a year living in London and latched onto the local support of the club. He's barely missed a match since, loving Arsene Wenger, enduring the Banter Era, and following along through rebuilds. The Premier League interest developed into a passionate following of the Champions League, Europe's big five league, and international soccer as a whole when played at the highest level. Regardless of the sport, Joe is captivated by the stories of athletes beyond the box scores and how they push the envelope — both in terms of what we think a human is capable of accomplishing and how they find new competitive tactics to win.

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