46-6 — Since Tom Brady has been the Patriots’ quarterback, no team has been better in December. Since 2001, the Patriots are 46-6 in December and have won 16 of their past 17 games. The Philadelphia Eagles are second at 37-16.
47-10 — As Brady goes, so go the Patriots. In games in which he throws for 300 yards, the Patriots are 47-10.
94.7 — Brady is about as reliable as they come in short-yardage situations. Brady has converted 94.7 percent (89-of-94) of his quarterback keepers on third down or fourth down and with two or fewer yards to go.
.852 — No quarterback has been better at home than Brady. He’s 92-16 in home games in his career for a winning percentage of .852, the best in the league since the 1970 merger. The Pittsburgh Steelers’ Terry Bradshaw is second at .843 (75-14).
41 — Josh Gordon (1,249) needs just 41 yards to break the Browns’ single-season receiving yards mark, set by Braylon Edwards (1,289) in 2007. His 124.9 yards-per-game mark is the best in the league.