FOXBOROUGH (CBSMiami/AP) — Tom Brady has beaten the Miami Dolphins just about every way imaginable during his career.
Brady will do almost anything to win a game, even run with the ball.
So the reluctant rusher took off on a 17-yard scramble that set up a key third-quarter touchdown and sparked the New England Patriots to a 41-13 win over the Miami Dolphins and their sixth straight AFC East title Sunday.
“It was in slow motion,” Patriots wide receiver Brandon LaFell joked, “but it was good.”
Good enough to set up LeGarrette Blount’s 3-yard touchdown run on the next play and begin a streak of four scoring drives on the Patriots’ first four possessions after they led 14-13 at halftime.
“I wasn’t in the best mood at that time” because of New England’s poor first half, Brady said.
The star quarterback and his teammates…
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