The New England Patriots are atop the NFL at 6-1 following another smackdown of an AFC North opponent. The Patriots rolled out of Heinz Field with a 27-16 victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
Here are 5 things to know after the Patriots win against the Steelers:
Midway through the third quarter, Tom Brady found Rob Gronkowski for, what proved to be the go-ahead touchdown. The tight end’s 68th career score tied Stanley Morgan’s franchise record.
The Patriots became one of only three teams in NFL history to not throw an interception through 7 games.
LeGarrette Blount returned to Pittsburgh on Steelers alumni weekend and exacted his revenge.
The Patriots are also reportedly interested in adding reinforcements to their offensive line.
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DeAngelo Williams can’t let Deflategate go. From the Boston Globe.
Malcolm Butler continues his strong season, performing well against Antonio Brown.