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New England Patriots links 10/31/18 - Midweek at midseason, Patriots move on to Green Bay

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When Wednesday hits you like it should be Friday already
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  • Jenny Vrentas (SI Magazine) Brady vs. Rodgers: The unlikely rises of two unrivaled stars.
  • NFL Nation (ESPN) Brady vs. Rodgers: NFL defenders define their GOATness. /Correction: Only one GOAT here.
  • Ian O’Connor (ESPN) A Rodgers-Belichick ‘limitless’ combo? Imagining ultimate ‘what if’. “Brady was picked by a coach whose system helped land the quarterback in the Super Bowl in half of his 16 healthy seasons as a starter.”
  • Mike Freeman (Bleacher Report) 10-Point Stance: 4. Speed. “The fastest runner I’ve seen this season wasn’t Tyreek Hill, Gurley or any other offensive speedster. It was Patriots defensive back Devin McCourty.”
  • Kevin Clark (The Ringer) A flurry of trades made the deadline fun, but It didn’t create new Super Bowl contenders.
  • Jonathan Jones (SI) NFL trade deadline 2018: Winners, losers and everything in between.
  • Jason Owens (Yahoo! Sports) NFL trade deadline winners and losers: What are Packers, Jaguars doing?
  • Andrew Brandt (SI) Why NFL trades are becoming commonplace—and two ways to really heat things up.
  • Charles Robinson (Yahoo! Sports) NFL trade deadline reveals ugly truth of 2015 draft class.
  • The Ringer Staff (The Ringer) 2018 NFL midseason playoff and awards predictions.
  • Riley McAtee (The Ringer) Seven single-season NFL records are up for grabs in 2018. Which are most likely to be broken?
  • Vote (NFL.com) FedEx Air & Ground Players of the Week. Tom Brady nominated.
  • Michael David Smith (ProFootballTalk) Patriots-Bills game nearly had the first one-point safety in NFL history.
  • Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) ESPN makes revisions to Booger mobile. /Surprised ESPN didn’t mention the age of the Booger mobile.