Andy Reid kicked off Homecoming Sunday with a record-setting win in Philadelphia, and Tom Brady completed it with one among his personal towards Bill Belichick in New England.
The highway to victory was simpler for Reid.
“That was pretty cool,” he mentioned. “It’s been my home for 20 years. I have the best memories. My kids were born here. It’s just a great town, a great city, a great area. I love it up here. I have so many people I have relationships with, but this was about this team coming up here to win. This wasn’t about one player. This was about our entire team going on the road, beating a good team.”
Brady stored his feelings in test in the course of the recreation, dealing with a protection that is aware of him higher than anybody. He accomplished solely 51.1% of his passes and didn’t throw any landing passes however left victorious, as normal.
“I was just trying to keep my poise,” he mentioned. “I showed up to the stadium and I knew what we were gonna be dealing with, a really good football team. They were well-prepared. I thought they made a lot of good plays. We had too many penalties that held us back. Good to get a win on the road.”
Reid’s Chiefs, Brady’s Buccaneers and Stefanski’s Vikings have been amongst 9 highway groups that gained in Week 4. The New Orleans Saints have been among the many house losers of their first recreation within the Superdome since Hurricane Ida pressured them out of city. They blew an 11-point lead within the fourth quarter and misplaced to the beforehand winless New York Giants 27-21 in extra time.
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