National Football League investigates reports of laser pointed at Tom Brady during Chiefs game

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"Each team should have a possession regardless, you play basketball or any other sport, each team gets a chance with the ball", Chiefs fan Bart Guenther said.

Brady and the Patriots won 37-31 over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday to set up the rematch against the Rams, while the Rams beat the New Orleans Saints 26-23.

It is New England's third straight Super Bowl appearance. And, while they've only gone 2-1, no one outside of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and parts of CT wants to see the Pats play on February 3 in Atlanta.

Gilmore had one tackle in the game.

And they never saw the ball in overtime, which along with the two replay decisions might call into play National Football League rules and officiating.

"We put ourselves in position to win the game, that's what makes it so tough", Chiefs coach Andy Reid said.

Firing Sutton has become an increasingly popular idea in Kansas City, as even Kansas City Star columnist Sam Mellinger has publicly called for Sutton's firing this season.

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Last weekend the betting world was turned on its head when sportsbooks needed the New England Patriots to cover at home in the playoffs.

He faked the ball to Michel, then threw the ball over the middle in the direction of tight end Rob Gronkowksi.

Edelman definitely touched his next try when Brady's pass deflected off his hands directly to safety Daniel Sorensen.

"The adversity that we fought through all year, how close we got in all of our losses, how close we were, and how we stayed together", Ford said, "that's hard to do, stick together". The Patriots did just that in a 41-28 victory over the Chargers. Current rules only extend overtime with a defensive stop, or field goal.

3-10-NE 35 T. Brady pass short middle to J. Edelman to KC 45 for 20 yards.

That includes 75 yards in overtime, when the Patriots won the coin toss and marched downfield for the winning touchdown.

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