It's been one hell of an off-season for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
With Deflategate basically consuming the NFL preseason, there has hardly been a day without an update from the tug-of-war battle between Brady, the Patriots, and the National Football League.
In the end, Roger Goodell lost and Brady is back for the entire season. Brady and head coach Bill Belichick are about to put the entire league on warning, starting with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night. And it will be a blood bath.
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Tom Brady just owns the Steelers. he has done all throughout his career. Brady vs. the Steelers in the past decade is about as one-sided as Ronda Rousey vs any opponent.
Overall, Brady has gone 7-2 against Pittsburgh, never losing at Gillette Stadium in the process. The last time the teams met in Foxboro, Brady went off for 23-of-33 for 432 yards and four touchdowns in a 55-31 rout.
In his last three outings against the Steelers, Brady has produced nine touchdowns, 980 passing yards and zero interceptions.
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And he is going to be as equally as dominant on Thursday night. The only thing scarier than travelling to Foxboro, is playing a Patriots team that have point to prove and are incredibly ticked off.
Pittsburgh aren't just facing the Patriots, Tom Brady, and Bill Belichick on Thursday night. No, they're facing a New England side that are going to try and ram the ball down their throats all night long and put as many points on the board as possible.
Whatever the over is on Brady touchdowns and passing yards on Thursday night, take it. You will not regret it, because Tom Brady is going to be angry, and when Brady is angry the Patriots put up 30 or 40 points wins.