Patriots quarterback Tom Brady made his weekly appearance on the Dennis & Callahan show Monday morning to talk about Sunday's victory over the Jaguars. "It feels good to win like that," he said. "It's been a long time since we had a real convincing win, and I thought we played well in all three areas of the game. I think that gives everyone really a lot of confidence of what we're capable of here in these meaningful games. It was a great performance all the way around."
Brady also talked about the Colts' undefeated season coming to an end with Sunday's loss to the Jets, a game in which Indianapolis started pulling its starters in the third quarter. "I watched a little bit of it yesterday, and I think every team has a different philosophy," Brady said. "They made their decision, and it's hard to argue with those guys. They've got a great coach. I just saw bits and pieces of the game. I hate seeing the Jets win, unfortunately. I think that was bittersweet."
As for whether Brady will play — and for how long — against the Texans next week, the QB deferred to Bill Belichick. "I'm sure [Belichick] will have his own ideas," Brady said. "Down in Foxboro, it's not like it's a democracy down there anyway. We don't sit around and take votes to see what we're going to do. It's a one-man show. He makes the decisions."
Brady said his team remains confident in Laurence Maroney despite the running back fumbling the ball on the goal line again. "I think he thought he was over the end line and forward progress was stopped, and they stripped it out," Brady said. "He'll straighten it out. I'm not concerened about that."
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