​Those Boston fans just can't stop enjoying big wins, can they? Hey, can't blame them for all of this success AT ALL. On Sunday night, Tom Brady and his gridiron brothers gave everyone in the area many more reasons to celebrate. 

In the highly-anticipated showdown between the Patriots and Packers on Sunday night, New England cruised to a 31-17 win. 

In the final 15 minutes of action, New England truly dominated play.

Heading into the third quarter, this game was actually tied at 17-17. However, the Pats took the lead on a short TD run by running back James White in the 4th.

Then, after the Packers failed to tie things up, the Pats put things away on a 55-yard touchdown pass from Tom Brady to Josh 'Flash' Gordon. 

On the night, Brady threw for 294 yards and one touchdown. White rushed for 31 yards and two touchdowns, while Cordarrelle Patterson had 61 rush yards and a score of his own. 

Aaron Rodgers had another strong outing, but wasn't able to lead his team to a road W. Rodgers finished with 259 yards and two scores.