Mitchell Shines, Pats Comeback On Jets 22-17 [VIDEO]
Tom Brady tied Peyton Manning for the all time win list with #200 but it was anything but easy against the New York Jets. A 22-17 in come-from-behind fashion.
The win puts the Patriots at 9-2.
Brady was 30-for-50 throwing the ball, 286 yards and two TDs. Both were to the rookie receiver Malcolm Mitchell. Brady now has 18 TDs and one interception this year. He also became just the 5th quarterback to pass for 60,000 yards in a career.
Julian Edelman was the leading pass catcher with eight for 83 yards.
Rob Gronkowski had to leave the game 12 plays in, a back injury. At some point in the second half, the Patriots said he would not return.