|11/26/2014||Joique Bell, RB DET|
Ravens , TQB BAL
|Dolphins , TQB MIA|
Martellus Bennett, TE CHI
Patriots , TQB NE
Mike Wallace, WR MIA
Alfred Morris, RB WAS
Ronnie Hillman, RB DEN
|11/25/2014||Patriots , TQB NE||49ers , TQB SF|
|11/25/2014||Vernon Davis, TE SF|
Matt Forte, RB CHI
Giovani Bernard, RB CIN
|Patriots , TQB NE|
Darren Sproles, RB PHI
Marshawn Lynch, RB SEA
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Patriots QB Tom Brady stays dominant in win over Lions
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(11/23/14) Patriots quarterback Tom Brady enjoyed another near-dominant performance, falling one yard shy of the 350-yard threshold in his team's 34-9 victory over the Lions in Week 12.
Brady fired a pair of touchdown passes to Tim Wright -- a 4-yard strike in the opening quarter and an 8-yard strike in the second quarter. Brady compiled 349 yards through the air while completing 38 of 53 pass attempts. He added two touchdowns and one interception, registering a 94.0 pass rating.
Brady has 2,998 passing yards with 26 touchdowns and six interceptions this season. He'll look to keep rolling at Lambeau Field against Green Bay in Week 13.
Touchdown Tom Brady can't be stopped Week 9
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
|(11/2/14) Touchdown Tom Brady did it again for the Patriots Week 9 against the Broncos.
Brady completed 33 of 53 attempts for 333 yards and four touchdowns during the contest. He added one interception, and was sacked one time. For the most part, though, Brady was masterful yet again. Rob Gronkowski was the biggest beneficiary, hauling in nine passes for 105 yards and a score. Julian Edelman also turned in a strong game with Brady slinging the ball all around the field. After starting off the year in a bit of a slump, Brady has thrown 16 touchdowns against just one interception over his past four games.
The only thing that can stop Touchdown Tom next week is the fact that he's on a bye.
Tom Brady keeps on rolling
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
|(11/2/14) Concerns about Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's declining skills seem like a long way in the past, after he put together his fourth brilliant performance in a row in Week 9 against the Broncos.
Brady tossed three or more touchdowns in his fourth straight game Sunday, this time racking up for scores to go with 333 yards. He did this against a defense that had allowed just one three-touchdown performance in seven games prior to Sunday's, though that did come last week.
Brady had just four touchdowns through the team's first four games, but now has five straight games with multiple touchdowns, including 18 to just one interception in that time frame. With the way this offense is rolling, Fantasy owners have to be a bit upset to see a bye on the schedule in Week 10.
Still, there is no reason to think Brady won't be able to keep his strong play up in Week 11 against the Colts when they return to action.
Tom Brady practicing in full
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
|(10/29/14) Patriots quarterback Tom Brady practiced fully Wednesday despite his ankle injury, the team announced. He's thrown 14 touchdowns and no interceptions over the past four games entering Week 9 against the Broncos.
Why would you ever bench Tom Brady?
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
|(10/26/14) The biggest travesty of Tom Brady's five-touchdown performance Week 8 against Chicago wasn't what it did to the Bears defense or how he didn't get Julian Edelman involved. No, the biggest travesty was that 11 percent of his Fantasy owners missed out on it.
That's right: Brady is owned in 100 percent of Fantasy leagues but started in only 89 percent. Why the disparity? I would have understood it in Week 5, when he had thrown just one touchdown pass in each of his first four games and the Patriots as a whole were looking vulnerable. But then when he responded with 292 yards and two touchdowns in that game and followed it up with 361 yards and four touchdowns in Week 6, I figured the verdict was in. With another three touchdowns in Week 7 and the five here in Week 8, Brady now has 14 touchdown passes to zero interceptions in his last four games.
You may recall last year he got off to a slow start as well before a six-game stretch in which he had 14 touchdown passes to four interceptions. You drafted him to be your starter this year based on those numbers. Now, he's doing even better that that.
I can't guarantee he won't have another one-touchdown game this season, but you should know now to stick with him even if he does. He has the weapons, the track record and, yes, still the ability at age 37 to bounce back.