FOXBORO — Sometimes, even Tom Brady can’t do it all.

FOXBORO — Tom Brady isn’t the only member of the Patriots on pace to break records this season.

Tom Brady and Chandler Jones were all smiles late in Thursday's win over the Dolphins.</p>
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Bill Belichick acknowledged his team and his coaching staff for passing a big test Thursday. (Jim Rogash/Getty Images)FOXBORO -- Hope you weren't expecting perfection Thursday night, or anything close to it.



FOXBORO — It was an up and down past year to say the least for running back Jonas Gray.

On Oct. 16 of last year he was signed off the Patriots’ practice squad to the active roster. Then in his fourth-career NFL game, he rushed for 201 yards and a franchise-record four touchdowns on 38 carries in a 42-20 win over the Colts.

FOXBORO — The Patriots remained unbeaten, winning their seventh straight to open the season with a 36-7 victory over the Dolphins Thursday night at Gillette Stadium.

FOXBORO — During the halftime ceremony honoring Willie McGinest for being inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame, owner Robert Kraft took a shot at the Colts.

FOXBORO — Three quarters are down here at Gillette Stadium, and the Patriots now hold a 22-7 lead. Tom Brady is 21-for-32 for 280 yards with two touchdowns and no picks.

FOXBORO — Patriots president Jonathan Kraft has always kept close tabs on every aspect of the organization, especially the financial details.

FOXBORO — The following players are inactive for Thursday night’s game against the Dolphins: defensive lineman Jabaal Sheard, offensive lineman Marcus Cannon, wide receiver Keshawn Martin, safety Tavon Wilson, offensive lineman Shaq Mason, safety Dewey McDonald and defensive lineman Trey Flowers.