Patriots vs. Bengals Week 15 Highlights | NFL 2019

  • Published on Dec 15, 2019
  • The New England Patriots take on the Cincinnati Bengals during Week 15 of the 2019 NFL season.
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  • Valente Villarreal
    Valente Villarreal 4 days ago


  • Shantel Fullerton
    Shantel Fullerton 12 days ago

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  • Shantel Fullerton
    Shantel Fullerton 13 days ago

    Last year I paid a lot of money to watch live TV. Now I am watching live TV online with ScreenVariety Tv , It's the best online broadcaster this year I think

  • Lane Lewis
    Lane Lewis 18 days ago

    They may not have won but Brady better be ashamed he was sacked more than once by the worst team in the NFL. WHO DEY!!

  • Bilberry Story Sketches

    Vibeink New England Football Goat T-Shirt

  • Toasty Bread
    Toasty Bread 24 days ago +2

    You know the Patriots are bad when they have to cheat against a 1-12 team LMAO

  • Liam Beck
    Liam Beck 26 days ago +1

    the bengals actually did pretty good in the first half nut then they went to sleep for the rest of the game just like all the other games they played especially the rams bengals game in london

  • timomastosalo
    timomastosalo 27 days ago

    Out of the teams in 10 W or more, somehow the Pats seem to be the team to only struggle through with even the weakest teams. at least the first half was like trudged in tar, and it has happened in other games too. First half looked like the Bengals could surprise them. Well, I've heard 'finish strong' sounds different in the ears of these 2 teams.

  • John Rosner
    John Rosner 27 days ago

    Brady is done he needs to retire hes an old fart

  • John Rosner
    John Rosner 27 days ago

    New England Patriots are the biggest cheaters in football and the reason why they win their division every year is because there's nobody in their division

  • Lance Storms
    Lance Storms 27 days ago

    The Patriots literally had trouble moving the ball against the worst team in the league. If it wasn't for vintage Dalton turning the ball over, this game could've exposed the pats offense even more.

  • Wildman2012
    Wildman2012 27 days ago

    Had to stop the video and savor the moment: Bengals 10, Pats 7.

  • Eric meng
    Eric meng 27 days ago

    Brady was awful that game

  • Eric meng
    Eric meng 27 days ago

    Nโ€™keal harry is the driver of that d

  • YouTube Favorites 33
    YouTube Favorites 33 27 days ago

    Good job Steven Gilmore. ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—โ˜บโ˜บ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿ‘Š Awesome interception run and making a touchdown for New England Patriots. Yah! ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ‘

  • Eric meng
    Eric meng 27 days ago

    Brady lookin old

  • Eric meng
    Eric meng 27 days ago

    Wow james white and Sony michel were fun to watch but pats defence lacking 3rd and 8 was awful INT

  • Andre Lucas
    Andre Lucas 28 days ago +1

    Go Bengals

  • punkman115
    punkman115 28 days ago

    No surprise they knew every play they were going for with their home video tapes ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ if you're the goat why do you need to cheat?

  • Will
    Will 28 days ago

    Dalton almost caught a cold but it was intercepted

  • Nengeh Tardzer
    Nengeh Tardzer 28 days ago

    Feels like the pats barely beat the Bengals even tho they won by 21

  • Nad Mans
    Nad Mans 28 days ago

    Go the Bengals

  • RaZe Black
    RaZe Black 28 days ago

    This was a good game but I like how the Bengals don't give up so props to the Bengals. The Bengals are not like the jets the jets give up every season

  • Jericho Flowers
    Jericho Flowers 28 days ago

    Burkhead snapped at the end. Underrated

  • Jericho Flowers
    Jericho Flowers 28 days ago

    Burkhead snapped at the end. Underrated

  • Dr Beyonder
    Dr Beyonder 28 days ago

    James White the best running back the NFL. And Nixon will be a Patriot soon

  • Xentraction
    Xentraction 29 days ago

    andy dalton has a chance to pass winston in total ints? ๐Ÿ˜ณ

  • Seddy Ruthless
    Seddy Ruthless 29 days ago

    Did anybody else see 55 from the patriots swing on buddy?? ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ he on the left end 5:18

  • YooDisMike
    YooDisMike 29 days ago

    Targeting on that last play, refs are blinded by the patriots video camera lights...

  • Melvin Stewart
    Melvin Stewart Month ago

    good job Patriots get the good work

  • Mr. Unknown
    Mr. Unknown Month ago +1


  • Zeal4God
    Zeal4God Month ago

    Bengals held their own for the first half against the champs, one of the biggest accomplishments for the seasons

  • Burberry Terry
    Burberry Terry Month ago

    Joe mixon is so underrated

  • skulletor
    skulletor Month ago

    They should have resigned Antonio Brown , if they wanted to make a deep playoff run

    • M H
      M H 29 days ago

      No thanks that dude is INSANE!!!

  • DaHomie V
    DaHomie V Month ago

    Rip Chris Henry

  • andyrockism
    andyrockism Month ago +1


  • saxon tumbleson
    saxon tumbleson Month ago

    That first half really shows why the Pats are spy gating again lol

  • iF3ARHD
    iF3ARHD Month ago

    Never seen the most clumsiest TEs ever

  • Ace Williams
    Ace Williams Month ago

    Look at that they won. The spy footage payed off.

  • KeisukeRotary
    KeisukeRotary Month ago +1


    • KeisukeRotary
      KeisukeRotary 13 days ago

      @M H ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

    • M H
      M H 13 days ago

      @KeisukeRotary Wow sad the first thing you thought to do was find a comment from over two weeks ago to trash talk some random dude on the internet. Pathetic really LMFAO

    • KeisukeRotary
      KeisukeRotary 13 days ago +1

      @M H #crygate

    • KeisukeRotary
      KeisukeRotary 29 days ago

      @M H good one. How long it take your old ass to come up with that

    • M H
      M H 29 days ago


  • Chojin Khan
    Chojin Khan Month ago

    Jesus Mixon is such a terrific talent too bad he's surrounded by clowns.

  • Chris Diaz
    Chris Diaz Month ago

    Ofc Pat's where gonna win there were caught recording the Bengals practice #spygate2.0

    ISOSOL Month ago +4

    Yโ€™all talkin abt this like we ainโ€™t just c the patriots doing illegal spying on them last week๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Toasty Bread
    Toasty Bread Month ago +2

    Dalton tried to throw a rock at the ground.

    But that got intercepted too.

  • taliesinization
    taliesinization Month ago

    cuppa da cha und cafe da creme

  • Ron Hocog
    Ron Hocog Month ago

    Lmao! @5:18 that swing though ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Matthew Hamilton
    Matthew Hamilton Month ago

    Patriots still cheating they had to record the Bengals just to beat the worst team in the league ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃlet's watch the Patriots classless fan base justified ANOTHER time they got caught cheating

  • Dwayne Haskins
    Dwayne Haskins Month ago

    I think this game proved a big part of Cincinnati is the QB situation, if they had this defense in the first half of the season as well as this o-line with a decent qb, Bengals would be playoff contenders. Sadly it's too little to late, and until we get a new quarterback it will never be enough.

  • Noah Azrein
    Noah Azrein Month ago

    Haha ha

  • Aaron Charles Ricardi

    I only watched the fist 16 mins of this game as a pats fan and what fear I had

    PROVEN FACT VIDEOS Month ago +1

    FOLKS, you wanna watch this game carefully because the Patriots had lost 2 in a row. The SCRIPT that supports this fake dynasty does not allow them to lose 3 in a row so you could bet on Refs and moles helping the Patriots tremendously:
    3:25 Uncalled hold on Patriot left tackle #76 against Bengal #58 because it's 4th down and Refs hoping Patriots will convert.
    4:15 Bengal left guard #60 appears to be a mole who allows himself to be crumpled instantly to prevent conversion.
    5:36 Moles on both ends of the play? How does the Bengal #43 manage to NOT block this punt? Then #12 ineptly mishandles the punt to provide Patriots with incredibly convenient and pivotal turnover.
    6:25 Patriot DB Gilmore #24 commits wildly obvious, uncalled holding on most plays (watch his play at 2:32) and this INT is no exception. Look at his arm wrapped around the Bengal receiver before ball arrives.
    6:50 uncalled hold on Patriots left tackle #76 AND Patriot #62 for a pivotal TD! TWO uncalled and obvious holds on the same Patriot TD play!
    7:27 smells like mole-spirit as Dalton severely under-throws this simple, routine pass to an unencumbered receiver. Using a QB as a mole is risky because it gets pretty obvious. (Watch "Did Jerry Jones Buy A Super Bowl win?" to see a well-stated case that Neil O'Donnell was an obvious mole in Super Bowl 30.) Patriots at risk of losing 3 in a row so a mole QB is a guarantee the Pats will win to avoid losing 3 straight.
    7:45 Uncalled hold on Patriot #72 (which is also why Bengal #59 could not recover the fumble).
    8:03 Huh? How does Dalton think #27 Jackson is beat here? It seems like he just leads Jackson into an easy INT.
    8:13 Uncalled block in the back by Patriot #83
    8:51 Another example of Dalton attempting to give the Patriots the football? If not, then what was he trying to do, here? He has the pocket and time to throw yet targets a receiver in over/under coverage with no chance of completing.

    So amazingly, the Patriots win 34-13 with a 42 year-old QB that passes for 50% completions and 128 total passing yards. But that's okay because the other QB conveniently SUCKS to help the Pats avoid losing 3 in-a-row. Dalton throw 4 picks to end the competitive phase before the start of the 4th quarter.
    *Teams had dead-even stats like 19 first downs each, equal number of total plays (63), Bengals won time of possession by over 5 minutes. Bengals rushed for only 11 less yards in the game, and they gave up no sacks while sacking Brady twice. They also finish with 14 more total yards than the Patriots...but get BLOWN OUT??? Clearly the Patriots are an average team no better than the Bengals except they are scripted to win with plenty of help from the Refs and the moles.

      PROVEN FACT VIDEOS 28 days ago

      @M H Free Agents also indicate the Patriots are a scripted franchise because of their insane, inexplicable ability to excel ONLY when playing for the Patriots:

      REX BURKHEAD Bengals drafted Burkhead in 2013, but over the span of four seasons he never really got to see much action. Then in 2017, he signed with the Patriots. In just 10 games that season Burkhead racked up 518 all-purpose yards and eight total touchdowns, five on the ground and three through the air.

      JAMES DEVELIN Develin, an Ivy Leaguer who went undrafted before finally getting a chance with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2010 was never more than a practice squad player in Cincinnati, Develin was signed to the Patriots in 2012. Since that point, he has been a mainstay on the game day roster and made the Pro Bowl.

      PATRICK CHUNG Chung signed with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2013. Less than a year later, he was released. "Chung was out. It was hard not to interpret his release after one season as a sign that Chung was a big part of the Eaglesโ€™ problems in 2013. Their secondary led the NFL in touchdown passes allowed." -Phil Sheridan, ESPN Staff Writer New England gave Chung another shot. He was a major contributor in Belichickโ€™s secondary, helping lock down offenses en route to winning his first championship ring. Two seasons later, Chung and the Patriots were back in the Super Bowl. Chung finished with five tackles and two passes defended against the Atlanta Falcons, earning his second ring along the way.

      DANNY AMENDOLA He was signed by the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent in 2008. Amendola was cut by the Cowboys and re-signed to the practice squad after clearing waivers and never saw regular season action. Amendola was signed to the practice squad of the Philadelphia Eagles. He was waived during final cuts. Thankfully for the Patriots Amendola was nothing short of sensational during the entire postseason run for their team. He caught 11 receptions for 137 yards and three touchdowns in the playoffs alone, including five catches for 48 yards and a touchdown in the championship game. Two years later, Amendola was back at it again, catching 10 balls for 90 yards and a touchdown in the 2016-17 postseason. He came through when the team needed him most during the Patriotsโ€™ furious 25-point comeback, scoring on a late touchdown and a two-point conversion to earn a second Super Bowl ring for himself. He left the Patriots in free agency in 2018 to play with the Miami Dolphins...On March 8, 2019, Amendola was released by the Dolphins.

      DAVID PATTEN Undrafted in 1996. He competed only in the Arena Football League. Patten finally got his chance in the NFL, failing to make an impact for the Giants and the Browns before making his way to New England in 2001. That was a magical season for both Patten and for the Patriots. The journeyman receiver caught 51 receptions for 749 yards and four touchdowns over the course of the regular season. He then added a touchdown in the AFC Championship and in the Super Bowl. Patten had a career-high 61 receptions for 824 receiving yards, to go along with five touchdowns, in 2002. And in 2004 he caught 44 balls for 800 yards and a career-high seven touchdowns. Following the 2004 season, Patten signed with the Washington Redskins. Patten finished the season with just 22 receptions for 217 yards. In 2006, Patten recorded one reception for 25 yards for the unscripted 'Skins.

      ROB NINKOVICH A fifth-round draft pick in 2006, Ninkovich lasted just 14 months with the Saints before he was waived. Ninkovich saw limited action with the Dolphins in 2007 until he was finally cut and picked up again by the Saints in 2008. Not long after, he was released by New Orleans for a second time. The Patriots came calling. He then became a veritable iron man for New England, playing in all 16 regular season games for the next six seasons straight. He wouldnโ€™t miss a game until his final season in 2016. Along the way, Ninkovich picked up 469 tackles, 88 quarterback hits, 46.0 sacks, 12 forced fumbles, 14 fumble recoveries and five interceptions. He simultaneously anchored the Patriotsโ€™ defensive line and its linebacking corps.

      MIKE VRABEL A third-round pick, Vrabel played his first four seasons with the Steelers never getting any official starts. Vrabel, like David Patten, joined the Patriots party at the perfect time for scripted success in 2001โ€ฆ just in time to help the team win its first championship. He played in all 16 games that season and started in 75 percent of them, obliterating all his previous career highs in the process. Vrabel suited up for eight straight seasons in New England, carrying over his regular season success deep into the playoffs. Astoundingly, Vrabel finished his career with 10 receptions for 10 touchdowns. You read that correctly: 10 receptions for 10 touchdowns. Even more impressively, two of those touchdown catches came in Super Bowl wins over the Carolina Panthers and the Philadelphia Eagles.

      WES WELKER Despite being undrafted, Welker made the Chargers, but was released after the first game of the season. Welker signed with the Miami Dolphins where he was mostly used on special teams. Welker's first scripted season as a Patriot was much, much different... In Week 1, he caught the first of the Patriots' record 75 touchdowns, equaling the one receiving touchdown he had scored in his three seasons with the Dolphins. He set career highs for single-game yardage three times in 2007 setting the Patriots franchise record for catches with 112, and tying for most receptions in the 2007 NFL season. He also set an NFL record for most catches in a first season with a new team. Welker, who finished the season with 1,175 yards and eight touchdowns, received one vote for NFL Offensive Player of the Year, an award won by his 6th-round quarterback, Tom Brady. Despite the season-ending injury to quarterback Tom Brady in Week 1 the script rolled on for the Patriots and Welker in 2008. He continued to amass receptions at the same pace through the first half of the season with Matt Cassel at quarterback: He had six or more receptions in each of the Patriots' first 11 games, breaking the league record. After joining the Patriots, Welker caught more passes than any player in the league in the period between 2007-2012, and ranks in the top five in yardage. Welker reached 500 receptions with the Patriots in just 70 games, an NFL record. Welker holds the franchise record for consecutive games with receptions, having caught a pass in every game he has played as a Patriot. What incredible accomplishments for an undrafted player! This could never happen again......let alone to the SAME franchise......could it???

      JULIAN EDELMAN I consulted a doctor because I thought I had gone completely insane when lightning struck thrice for the Patriots. Not only Tom Brady in the 6th round becomes the greatest NFL QB to ever play, not only Wes Welker destroys the record books as an undrafted super star, but then Julian Edelman, who had never played WR in his life and was drafted as the 232 player selected in the draft ranks second overall behind Jerry Rice in both post-season receiving yards and post-season receptions. He was named Super Bowl MVP for Super Bowl LIII, in which he had 10 catches for 141 yards receiving, more than half of his team's total receiving yardage. Height: 5 ft 10 in / NFL Draft: 2009 / Round: 7 / Pick: 232 Doctor said I was not insane and agreed that Patriots success is 'damn hard to explain'.

      PATRIOT O-LINE: ETERNAL DOMINATION (WITH BELOW-AVERAGE PLAYERS) The data tells a clear story: The Patriots' offensive line has kept pressure out of Brady's face on a consistent basis, ranking inside the top 10 in lowest pressure rate. In years where the league average pressure rate was 33 percent, Brady was sacked, hit or hurried on only 28.5 percent of his drop-backs -- a difference of 4.5 percentage points that works out to his being pressured a ridiculous 14 percent less often than the average quarterback. And the Patriots did this with an offensive line made almost entirely out of patchwork parts. Here's how the 2018 Patriots acquired those players:
      Brown, a former seventh-round pick of the 49ers
      Thuney was a third-round pick in 2016.
      Andrews was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Georgia in 2015.
      Mason was selected with a 2015 fourth-round pick.
      Cannon was a fifth-round pick in 2011.

      That's a full offensive line built out of mid- and late-round picks. That's pretty ridiculous in and of itself. But that group was not sieve-like, which you would expect such a unit to be. Rather, it was arguably the single best line in the league this season. All for the ridiculously low cost of just $14,539,489 against the cap. During the playoffs, the Pats have been even better up front than they were during the regular season. While Brady's pressure rate of 25.8 percent during the year was already absurdly low, it has plummeted to a completely ridiculous 15.6 percent in two postseason contests. In fact, Brady has not even been sacked during New England's run to the Super Bowl. And he has been hit while throwing the ball only one time in 90 attempts.

      ...............................And he has been hit while throwing the ball only ONE TIME in 90 attempts.??? Against NFL elite pass rushers in playoff games??? (I need to see my doctor again because if that is really possible I am going to need meds.)

      PROVEN FACT VIDEOS 28 days ago

      @M H I believe it because I see it. Watch the NFL channel video of the week 1 Patriots/Steelers highlights. Watch the play at 0:45 where Patriot #31 pass interferes on #80 but goes unflagged.
      Then compare that play to the identical play at 5:50 in week 1 Vikings/Falcons highlights where the flag is correctly thrown for pass interference on Viking #26.
      *These two plays identical in every way but when Patriots interfere no flag is thrown. Such non-calls are constantly benefiting the Patriots when they commit penalties. Waiting for a Ref to reach in his pocket to flag a Patriot? He's more likely to reach in his own ass to rip out his own spine.

      For those who don't want to check this out on the videos I'll visually describe: Rothlisberger passes deep to the ball is in the air Patriot DB #31 runs into the receiver's back without looking for the ball. He rides the back of #80 for about two seconds, never looking back for the ball in the air at all. (Two refs are looking right at this.) As the ball finally arrives #31 hooks the arm of the receiver and physically prevents him from making the catch while never looking at the ball at any point on the entire play. #80 tries to wave for a flag to be thrown but can see that it's an impossible request as these two Refs stand like statues.

      I just reviewed the highlights of the Eagles/Patriots game from November where Pats won 17-10 and wasn't surprised that Refs were bending over backwards to help the Patriots avoid losing two games in a row.
      *First we get a Eagle touchdown where the zebra tries to call it a strip fumble and award the ball to the Patriots. Everyone in the stadium could see that the ball carrier scored well before any strip occurred but I suppose you think this Ref just made an honest mistake.
      *Later Eagles seem to generate a pivotal fumble that is going to the house for 6. But the Ref instantaneously declares it to be an incomplete pass despite having NO angle to have seen it. Replay proved the Patriot caught the pass and then fumbled but the play had been blown dead.
      *Oh, also Brady Clause severely underthrew his favorite elf, Edelman, so Edelman is allowed to horse collar the DB to prevent an INT. Naturally no flag is thrown. Keep in mind this is just from watching the highlights. But even with so little to work with it was still so easy to prove that Patriots are scripted to win.

      SB 36. The Rams were 14 point favorites and considered an unstoppable juggernaut that playoff season before becoming the first victim of the script. Even Kurt Warner senses that something was going on:"I don't want to believe that there was anything outside of his team beat our team. That's what I want to believe," Warner said at the time. "There's a sliver of a doubt because I think, as a human, you can't help it."

      Yes, I think that scripts have been involved in the NFL well before the Patriots. However, I think the Patriot script is the strongest and longest-running script ever - due to it's political nature and the government support.

    • M H
      M H 28 days ago

      @PROVEN FACT VIDEOS dude no one is going to read your essays just stop wasting your time lmfao.

      PROVEN FACT VIDEOS 28 days ago

      @M H PATRIOT DYNASTY IS SCRIPTED. It all goes back to 9/11 (now renamed 'Patriot Day'). The government co-opted the NFL to promote super-patriotism. We all see how the league promotes militarism in a disproportionate way. But also the Patriots were chosen to become the dynastic team during the 'war on terrorism' in order to instill a patriotic mind-pattern in the American culture.
      *This is why a skinny 6th rounder could suddenly become the greatest QB of all time and play until he's 50 years old. When everything's staged that's easy to do.
      *A few Moles are planted on every other team (usually at the safety, corner-back and offensive line) to ensure the success of the Patriots. The highest percentage of Moles are placed in the other three teams in the AFC East to ensure that the Patriots always have an easy path to the playoffs. This is why the other three teams (Dolphins, Bills and Jets) have been so consistently inept during the entire Patriot dynasty.
      *Refs are charged with the task of favoring the Patriots dramatically. Non-Calls benefit the Patriots 3 to 1 throughout the games (Patriots least penalized team in league history as a result). Phantom calls are also used to set-back the Patriot's opponent. Pass rushers are frequently cautioned with verbal warnings not to hit Tom Brady throughout the games. I even carefully watched every play in last year's Super Bowl...non-calls where penalties occurred benefited the Patriots 3 to 1 with the Rams avoiding a flag four times while the Patriots went unflagged a walloping 12 times for uncalled penalties. Rams were also hit with two or three phantom penalty calls (where the flag was thrown but no penalty occurred) while Patriots were never penalized in this fashion. Rams coach inexplicably withheld the team's most impactful player (Gurley) for most of the game - even though he was effective when he played.
      *Patriot dynasty suspiciously incapable of blowing-out any of their Super Bowl opponents - even though every other dynastic team was capable of doing this. This is because Refs and Moles cannot help the Patriots too much in the Super Bowl without arousing suspicion. (However, in the Falcons Super Bowl the 28-3 score forced the Refs to drop the veneer and call far too many 'bail-out' calls for the Patriots.)
      *The inexplicable non-call in the Saints championship game was probably intended to hold Drew Brees out of the Super Bowl since he was capable of beating the Patriots. (An equally suspicious ending happened in the Minnesota/New Orleans game the previous year where it appeared that a Mole took out his own teammate to allow Diggs to score and keep Brees out of that Super Bowl as well.)

      100-1 when leading at halftime? Can't fans understand how completely impossible that is without it being scripted? Due to the random factors involved in a football contest (injuries to key players, bad officiating calls, bounces of the ball, missed tackles or missed FG attempts, etc.) Alabama could not achieve this stat against Vanderbilt despite the huge gap in talent between the two teams. Yet they think an NFL team can dominate other NFL teams to this degree when the talent is comparable and both teams have supreme athletes?

      Studying the Jets/Colts Super Bowl is a good way to overcome the initial doubt that the NFL is capable of scripting a game. Anyone who examines all the facts realizes that this game was definitely rigged to protect the television revenue - which required an AFC team to win a Super Bowl to seal the contract with the networks. But when it comes to the Patriots, the specific motive seems clear and the evidence is incredibly obvious.

      Here's one category of proof: Patriots do not have the same success outside of the script. Let's look at the coach and QB:

      Genius head coach BILL BELICHICK Bill Belichick had a 37-45 record in Cleveland and was fired by owner Art Modell. An Akron columnist pithily wrote, "Bill Belichick's five-year reign of error is over.'' Belichick was in Cleveland from 1991-95, going 6-10, 7-9, 7-9, 11-5 and 5-11 over five seasons.

      TOM BRADY Brady was not even evaluated by his own college coach as the starter on that team. Think about it: The greatest quarterback ever could not get the starting nod against just one other QB he randomly played with before the Patriot dynasty? Then the Patriots passed on him five times before drafting him and evaluating him third on the team's depth chart. Suddenly this all changes after Patriot Day and he starts winning Super Bowl after Super Bowl...enjoying incredible pass protection, run support (and Mole support) while looking like a movie star cast to play a quarterback in a movie. Currently, Brady is even close friends with the President of the United States. At the 2002 Quarterback Challenge Brady cannot hit the targets going 0 for 4. Tom finished last place in the competition with 0 points behind Garcia 72, Plummer 54, Brooks 39, Flutie 36 and Peyton Manning 36

      NFL makes no claim that the games are NOT scripted and no laws are broken if they pre-designate the winner of a contest. It's just like the 'don't ask don't tell' concept of pro-wrestling. The fans of wrestling may or may not be aware that they are watching scripted entertainment. As long as the show is produced it really doesn't matter. The more intelligent fans are bound to deduce the truth and the goofy fans might never figure it out. I believe that if you held the 'truth lasso' around Roger Goodell he would claim that the Patriot games are not totally pre-determined. They've probably got it set-up so that the Patriot's opponent has a chance to win...but just barely. Opponents must defeat the Patriots, the Officials and the handful of Moles planted on their own roster.

    • M H
      M H 28 days ago

      @PROVEN FACT VIDEOS not reading that essay you wrote lmfao. All I am going to say is your tinfoil hat is to tight.

  • TrashPanda -
    TrashPanda - Month ago

    I absolutely DESPISE the patriots, but damn Stephon Gilmore is a baller. Dude has been playing lights out all season.

  • Dante Griffin
    Dante Griffin Month ago

    I guess this wat happened wen the Pat's got film on u

  • dillon
    dillon Month ago

    Number 12 at 8:10 could NOT have timed that jump any worse...

  • Jake Hoskins
    Jake Hoskins Month ago

    Mixon has been doing work.

  • Nelson Beltran
    Nelson Beltran Month ago

    The way it used to be... ๐ŸŽผ๐ŸŽต๐ŸŽถ
    Lots of lonely haters again fuming!๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • - Gooch
    - Gooch Month ago

    Gilmore MVP

  • 90
    90 Month ago

    9:09 the spin

    EFIL WV Month ago +1

    What is it with teams from Ohio?

  • Rick Brenner
    Rick Brenner Month ago

    The big takeaway I got from watching this game is how Brady (even against a 1-12 team)
    is STILL not connecting with his receivers. At this point I have to either wonder if Brady is punking us into thinking he's "finished" so that when playoff time comes, he'll have the Bills',
    Ravens', & Chiefs' defenses on their heels . . . or if Brady is, indeed, "finished". As a lifelong Dolphin's fan, I'm praying it's the latter.