- Foxboro, MA 02035
- Line: NE -5.5
- Over/Under: 45
Hasselbeck: Brady's future is up to Belichick
Orlovsky says Pats' issues began in preseason
What if this is the end of Brady?
The room where Brady and Belichick crafted a dynasty
Nick Folk 36 Yd Field Goal
8 plays, 57 yards, 2:23
Anthony Firkser 12 Yd pass from Ryan Tannehill (Greg Joseph Kick)
12 plays, 75 yards, 6:58
Julian Edelman 5 Yd Run (Nick Folk Kick)
10 plays, 75 yards, 5:42
Nick Folk 21 Yd Field Goal
10 plays, 44 yards, 5:44
Derrick Henry 1 Yd Run (Greg Joseph Kick)
7 plays, 75 yards, 1:41
Logan Ryan 9 Yd Interception Return
1 play, 0 yards, 0:06
Vikings players pay their respects at George Floyd memorial service
The Vikings canceled all virtual team meetings on Thursday and ended the business day at noon to allow players, coaches and all staff members the opportunity to view a local memorial service for George Floyd.
Bills rookie QB Jake Fromm apologizes for 'elite white people' text
Bills rookie quarterback Jake Fromm apologized Thursday after screenshots emerged of a text conversation in which he said only "elite white people" should be able to purchase guns.
Colts GM's plea for change: 'We can't go back to being silent about injustice'
Colts GM Chris Ballard admits his own past ignorance and calls for an end to social injustice and police brutality.
Dolphins coach Brian Flores urges players to stay safe at protests
Dolphins coach Brian Flores was friends with Chris Beaty, who was killed in Indianapolis on Saturday. Beaty's death led Flores to tell Dolphins players to be careful and to be safe while protesting social injustice.
Cowboys placing retired center Travis Frederick on the reserve/retired list
The Dallas Cowboys will place retired center Travis Frederick on the reserve/retired list on Thursday, freeing up $7 million in salary-cap space.
Colts' Chris Ballard, Bucs' Bruce Arians say people can't go back to being silent about injustice
Colts GM Chris Ballard and Bucs coach Bruce Arians on Thursday said those protesting social injustice can't go back to being silent. "We can't go back into our bubble, because that's what we've always done," Ballard said.