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New England has won five games in a row entering tonight's match-up.

What do you think? The Packers lost a tough 29-27 game in Los Angeles against the Rams last Sunday. Oftentimes, they lead to wins. "We just can't have anything less than our best", said Brady during his press conference on Friday. "To see him up close is great". "That's something I've been doing my whole life, and working with Ivan (Fears) and Josh and (Chad O'Shea), each and every week, just trying to find ways to get every guy the ball, not just one person, and everybody gets involved and that's something we've been doing".

The Packers face the Miami Dolphis on Sunday, Nov. 11 at 3:25 p.m.at Lambeau Field.

The weekend began Thursday night with the San Francisco 49ers' 34-3 victory over the Oakland Raiders in a lopsided Battle of the Bay.

On the ensuing drive, Tom Brady led the Patriots down the field for a touchdown. "7-2 is a long ways from 1-2 from where we were".

In 2014, Adams took advantage of more looks when the Patriots chose to focus on then-top Packers wideout Jordy Nelson. Gordon led all receivers with 130 yards and the lone touchdown and Eldeman had a 71-yard night on six catches. The Packers actually rank fifth against the pass, however, in their one true test against a top passing offense in Minnesota, they didn't fare too well. Things didn't pan out, though, and we're going to take a look at the latest timeline and any updates on the 23-year-old's status moving forward due to the injury. "If that's how they decide to go about the game, remove (me) from the game, I'm still going to do my best to contribute as much as I can to this offense". The Packers get a 1st down. The Packers are 0-4 on the road this season. The Packers had already gone 59 yards.

The Browns are coming off another turbulent week following the firings of coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley. It takes a player willing to sacrifice big bucks to keep a franchise thriving. And he has shown little signs of slowing. It was ol' Larry Guy, he of zero Pro Bowls and zero All-Pro teams. After the game, this post will turn into a takeaways-style recap. Brady has 85 games with 300+ yards - 32.6 per cent of his regular-season games.

The Packers defense holds the Patriots to a quick three-and-out. Rodgers has 10 receivers with 1,000+ yard seasons since 2008, Jordy Nelson having four of those.

Sam Darnold faces the Dolphins for the second time, looking for a much better outing than the one he had in Week 2 when NY lost 20-12.

Blake Martinez also missed time with an ankle injury, but fortunately he returned to the game.

For Kaser, this weekend presented a great opportunity for him to get back on an National Football League roster after being cut last month by the Chargers.

So, sure the Patriots were without a few players but there's no shortage of talent on this roster. Brady has 2,200 yards and 16 TD's but has seven interceptions.

Aaron Jones fumbles for the first turnover of the game.

Adam Thielen comes into this one with his sights set on the end zone - as usual.

It took the defense to get the offense rolling.

Speaking of Patricia, this is his first NFC North road test. O'Connor's book describes numerous instances where Belichick criticized Brady's play (with sarcasm and dry wit) in team meetings, in a way O'Connor says was reminiscent of Vince Lombardi's style with the Packers of the 1960s. Even more impressive was the way Mitchell Trubisky rebounded from a so-so first half in that game. They didn't have starting running back Sony Michel or all-world tight end Rob Gronkowski.