New England Patriots: Reviewing Tom Brady career history vs. Browns
December 8th, 2013: Patriots 27, Browns 26
This was one of the most miraculous finishes to a Patriots game in the Belichick/Brady era. As you may remember, the Patriots scored two touchdowns in 30 seconds within the last minute of the game to pull this one out of the hat.
On the day, Brady completed 32 of 52 passes for 418 yards, two touchdowns and one interception, a stat line which produced his second-best quarterback rating (91.7) against the Browns out of these six games.
The Patriots’ defense didn’t have an answer for Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron, who combined for 16 receptions, 272 yards and a pair of touchdown catches. However, Shane Vereen answered the call by catching 12 of 17 targets for 153 receiving yards, and last-minute (literally) touchdown receptions by Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola saved the day.
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There you have it. Brady holds a 5-1 record against the Browns, with that loss and the narrowest win being the most recent of encounters with this perennial underachiever.