[Video] Brady and the Bucs Beat Belichick's Patriots in Return to New England

It must have been weird for Tom Brady on Sunday night as he had to use the away locker room for the very first time in New England. The long-time Pats quarterback and all-time great brought his Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers to Foxborough and they managed to sneak out with a win against his former coach Bill Belichick.

The rainy affair was a bit of a snooze fest as anyone with the under was very happy with the outcome. The 19-17 victory had its moments but for the most part was a very boring chess match of a game. Brady finished the night going 22 of 43 for 269 yards, no touchdowns, but had one solid drive in the fourth quarter to lead his team to victory. Ryan Succop hit a game-winning 48-yard field goal with only a couple of minutes left to squeak out the victory.

As for Brady, it was a big night in the record books for numerous reasons including how he broke Drew Brees' NFL career passing yardage record. Brady also beat the Patriots which is significant as he's now beaten all 32 teams, joining Peyton Manning and Brett Favre as the only two other QB's to do so.

The Pats had a chance to win this game. Kicker Nick Folk's 56-yard attempt hit the left upright with just about a minute left in the game. The Pats now move to 1-3 and the Bucs to 3-1. Belichick himself moves to 8-12 without Brady in New England.

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