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By Wyatt Earp | December 30, 2007

Where did Brady learn to be so good? Michigan!

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Tom Brady was as giddy as the quarterback of an unbeaten and perhaps unbeatable team should be. Had Bill Belichick spotted him slapping the backs of his New England teammates, the dour coach might have scoffed.

After all, a perfect 16-0 regular season won’t mean much if the Patriots don’t win their next three games and another Super Bowl.

“We’ve been dealing with being undefeated all season,” Brady said Saturday night after the thrilling 38-35 victory over the New York Giants in a game worthy of the NFL’s championship showcase. “It was kind of a strange game. It really doesn’t mean much to either team, but it means a lot.”

In gaining their 19th straight win over two seasons, the Patriots went on top on Brady’s 50th touchdown pass of the year and Moss’ 23rd TD reception. It came with 11:06 remaining.

Brady beat Peyton Manning’s mark of 49 touchdown passes and Moss broke Jerry Rice’s record of 22 TD receptions. And the Patriots finished with an incredible 589 points for the season, another single-season record. (H/T – )

I’m not a huge Patriots fan, and I think Bill Belichik is an arrogant ass, but with all due respect to Peyton Manning, Tom Brady is the best quarterback in the game.

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