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Brady rediscovered his mojo against the hated Jets on Sunday night
Todd Haley was growing an awful beard earlier this year during his team's misleading four-game winning streak, but after two straight humiliating losses to teams with a combined three wins prior to their victories over Kansas City, he's in need of a lot of things, including a shave.
Good thing the Chiefs are coming to Gillette Stadium next Monday—he said in the worst pun ever.
The Chiefs are a bad team. Yes, they won four in a row, but two of those victories came over teams winless at the time—and Indy is still winless.
They then got the Raiders, who were breaking in two new QBs after a Jason Campbell injury, and who lost Darren McFadden in the first quarter. The Chiefs forced six interceptions, and ran two for scores, yet could only score 28 points.
That was a bad omen for the offense, despite the victory.
After that came the reeling and overrated Chargers, who simply gave the game away at the end as is their MO. If Philip Rivers doesn't fumble a snap he's taken 5,000 times in the last year, the Chargers win.
Well, the Chiefs were exposed as frauds earlier this season, got people's hopes up during a four-game win streak that was a smokescreen and were exposed again as frauds the last two weeks.
The New England Patriots were also reeling and in danger of their first three-game losing streak since 2003. However, they remembered who they were, got their offense rolling against a stingy Jets D and stomped the Green & White 37-16.
The Patriots, despite having the worst-ranked defense in the NFL, make plays when it counts and force turnovers. Although Tom Brady has turned the ball over more this season than usual—way more than usual—the Patriots still boast a plus-three turnover differential, score close to 30 PPG and routinely put up 450 yards of offense.
The Patriots are simply too much for the overmatched Chiefs, and will send them home with their third straight humiliating defeat on Monday night in Week 11.