Brady and the Pats marches on.
The New-England Patriots and the Jacksonville Jaguars were playing for a place in the AFC championship yesterday.
Tom Brady was almost perfect and allowed the Patriots to continue their perfect season with a 31-20 victory over the Jaguars.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady broke another NFL post-season record yesterday. Brady completed 26 of the 28 passes he attempted for 92.6%. The old record of 22 of 25 (88%) was held by Phil Simms of the New-York Giants during the 1987 Super Bowl.
Brady's first incompletion came during the third quarter of the match. Even with such a high percentage of completion, the Pats quarterback completed a single pass to his star receiver Randy Moss.
With the win, the New-England Patriots are still perfect. 17 wins and 0 losses. The Patriots are waiting today's result between the Indianapolis Colts and the San Diego Chargers to know the identity of their opponent for the AFC championship game scheduled next week.
(Picture: Tom Brady, Canadian Press.)