There will be an epilogue for the “Tom vs Time” documentary on Patriots quarterback

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, it has been reported that New England Patriots
quarterback Tom Brady will be the subject of a documentary that will give an
intimate behind-the-scenes look at the NFL’s biggest star – one that is
coincidentally the face of the league’s most seclusive franchise: The series Tom
vs Time chronicled Brady’s fight against football mortality in six episodes.The
first five of those episodes premiered over the course of the two weeks leading
up to Super Bowl LII, with another one airing a month after New England’s 41-33
loss on the game’s biggest stage. However, the series finale turned out to not
be the last episode of the series: an epilogue was announced earlier today.The
seventh episode of Tom vs Time – you can watch its trailer here – will air on
Wednesday, September 5, at 12:00 p.m. ET. If you want to get in the mood and
watch the previous six episodes, click through the links below:AFC East Report
Week 2: Dolphins take division lead after beating Jets The second week of NFL
action is in the books and it saw a new time rise to the top of the standings to
take the AFC East lead, while the New England Patriots were beaten by the
Jacksonville Jaguars. Before getting ahead of ourselves, however, let’s take a
look at the division in this week’s installment of the AFC East Report:1. Miami
Dolphins (2-0)Week 2: 20-12 win against the New York Jets, in East Rutherford
NJThe Miami Dolphins have climbed to the top of the AFC East thanks to a 20-12
road win against the New York Jets. It was a successful overall day for Miami,
but one that can be divided into two halves: the team dominated the first two
quarters while nearly allowed the Jets to come back into the contest by playing
a sloppy second half.The Dolphins’ defense made the first big play of the day
when safety T.J. McDonald (1 tackle, 1 INT) intercepted Sam Darnold
(25/41 Authentic
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, 334 yds, 1 TD, 2 INTs) and returned the pick
to the Jets’ 15-yard line. Three plays later, Kenyan Drake found the endzone to
give the team a 7-0 lead. The game continued to be dominate by defense:
following a series of punts, Miami had another takeaway when Kiko Alonso (13
tackles, 2 FF) forced a fumble that was recovered by fellow linebacker Raekwon
McMillan (3 tackles, 1 FR).Two plays after the takeaway, the team scored again
when quarterback Ryan Tannehill (17/23, 168 yds, 2 TDs, 0 INTs) connected with
Albert Wilson (3/37 yds, 1 TD) on a 29-yard scoring pass. Miami’s next
possession – a well-executed two-minute drill – created even more points:
ex-Patriot A.J. Darby caught a pass by Tannehill from 19-0 out to give his new
team a 20-0 lead after a missed extra point attempt.From that point
on Youth
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, the game was almost all Jets. Miami’s defense
almost allowed a touchdown before the half – New York simply ran out of time at
the 1-yard line – before giving up six points on the first possession of the
second half. On the very next play from scrimmage, Tannehill lost a fumble that
set up the Jets in good field position. However, an interception by Xavien
Howard one play later kept Miami’s 14-point lead intact.Miami’s defense
continued to struggle, though, and another Tannehill fumble led to three more
New York points. The Jets scored another field goal with six minutes left in the
game but at that point, the Dolphins rose to the occasion and were able to run
out the clock with a perfect possession that ended with Miami’s passer kneeling
out the contest.To watch highlights of the game, click here.t-2. New York Jets
(1-1)Week 2: 20-12 loss against the Miami Dolphins, in East Rutherford NJTheir
game against the visiting Miami Dolphins was also a tale of two halves for the
New York Jets. Gang Green had its moments but ultimately made too many mistakes
in key situations to come back out of the hole which it found itself in after
the first two quarters – despite gaining more yards (362-257) and first downs
(21-18) than its opponent.New York’s very first possession was a sign of things
to come: quarterback Sam Darnold (25/41, 334 yds, 1 TD, 2 INTs) fumbled the
football. While he was able to recover, it was a first sign of the ball security
issues that would haunt the Jets all game long. One play later ,
those issues produced the first turnover of the game when Darnold threw an
interception when he was too focused on wide receiver Quincy Enunwa (7/92
yds).The pick set up Miami’s first touchdown of the day – and things did not get
a lot better afterwards. While New York’s defense kept the score at 7-0 until
late in the second quarter, another Jets turnover – a fumble by wide receiver
Robby Anderson (3/27 yds) – gave the Dolphins good field position once more and
ultimately led to the visitors’ second touchdown and a 14-0 deficit for the home
team.New York gave up another six points before the half but was able to drive
all the way to the opponent’s 1-yard line afterwards. However, the clock expired
before the Jets could do anything with the possession and the team’s headed into
halftime at 20-0 in Miami’s favor. the lead was cut to 20-6 on the first drive
of the second half as Darnold and company finally were able to get into a
rhythm, capped by a 28-yard pass to Bilal Powell (5/74 yds, 1 TD).After a forced
fumble and recovery by Jordan Jenkins, the Jets were in prime position to come
even closer but an interception by Darnold killed all hope of another quick
touchdown – and the momentum his team had built. While another fumble recovery
by New York’s defense led to a field goal, the Jets were unable to quickly move
down the field when they had to. This allowed the Dolphins to run out the clock
with a six-minute possession at the end of the fourth quarter.To watch
highlights of the game, click here.4. Buffalo Bills (0-2)Week 2: 31-20 loss
against the Los Angeles Chargers, in Orchard Park NYAfter their opening day loss
in Baltimore, the Buffalo Bills opted to make a change at quarterback: out was
inefficient starter Nathan Peterman, in was first-round rookie Josh Allen
(18/33, 245 yds Jonathan
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, 1 TD, 2 INTs). The change was only a slight
improvement for Buffalo’s offense. While Allen and the unit scored more points
than in week one, it still was unable to keep the team consistently
competitive.The first few minutes of the game already were a reflection of that:
two quick three-and-outs by the Bills were each followed by Chargers touchdown
drives. While Buffalo managed a field goal drive to bring the score to 14-3
early in the second quarter, things did not improve for the team’s offense and
defense: the visitors scored touchdowns on their next two possessions as well,
to put the Bills in a 28-3 hole.Buffalo was able to add another field goal
shortly before the half, and scored its first touchdown immediately after it:
Chris Ivory (2/7 yds, 1 TD) found the end zone from one yard out. At that point,
the game turned into a defensive battle with neither team being able to generate
much offense. The biggest plays were two interceptions by Allen – the second of
which setting up a Chargers field goal.While Buffalo responded with its second
field goal drive of the day, it was too little too late: Josh Allen’s first
career touchdown pass – a three-yarder to Kelvin Benjamin (2/19 yds, 1 TD) – did
little to change the outcome of the game and push the Bills to an 0-2 record.To
watch highlights of the game, click here.
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