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Pats QB Tom Brady is near perfect in season openers

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: September 5th, 2014 at 11:54 am EST

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said recently that he won’t retire until he sucks. The three-time Super Bowl champion will be starting his 15th season this Sunday.

Brady and his teammates face the Miami Dolphins in South Florida with a 1 pm kickoff on CBS from Sun Life Stadium. The Patriots come into this game unbeaten in their past 10 regular season openers.

Tom Brady (Getty Images)

Tom Brady (Getty Images)

In addition, Brady is near perfect, as well.

The Pats lost to the Buffalo Bills, 31-0, on September 7th, 2003 at Ralph Wilson Stadium. That season, the Pats had two losses in the first four games, then went on a 12-game win streak.

He comes into the opener with 49,149 passing yards with 359 touchdowns in 193 games.

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