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Patriots signal caller Tom Brady to start against the Bills today

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: October 12th, 2014 at 10:50 am EST

Tom Brady will start for the New England Patriots today against the Buffalo Bills. Brady was dealing with an ankle injury.

With his injury, he was on the injury report on Friday. He was also limited in practice this week, as well.

While he was dealing with an injury, there was no doubt that he would miss this game.

Tom Brady (Getty Images)

Tom Brady (Getty Images)

The Patriots legend has started all five games this season. He has gone 104 of 172 for 1,083 yards.

He is averaging 216.6 passing yards per game. He has thrown six touchdowns to two interceptions.

The Patriots are notorious for putting players on the injury report. Then, as the game approaches, the players typically play.

It is not clear when Brady suffered the ankle injury in question, but it’s a mute point now. He was perfectly fine in the game against the Cincinnati Bengals last Sunday night.

He also became just the sixth quarterback in NFL history to thrown for 50,000 passing yards.


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