Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are having a field day at the expense of the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night. On the same evening they hoisted their sixth Super Bowl banner, the Patriots proved they're primed to raise a seventh. Already holding a giggle-worthy 20-3 lead over Pittsburgh in the third quarter, Brady hit a wide open Phillip Dorsett with a 58-yard yard touchdown, his second score of the game.
New England is making it look easy...and they still have Antonio Brown looming in the shadows. God help the rest of the league.
Did the...did the Steelers think they were doing something to prep for this matchup?