Tom Brady leads Patriots by Chiefs in epic quarterback duel

Week 6 DFS Vegas Report

Patriots news: Tom Brady and Julian Edelman have never lost to an AFC opponent at Gillette Stadium when they both play

With Kansas City coming to Foxboro Sunday night, Ninkovich was asked about the Rob Gronkowski-vs- Kelce debate on XTRA 1360 in San Diego Friday morning, and he didn't mince words.

With the win, the Patriots improve to 4-2 on the season, while the Chiefs drop to 5-1.

In the closing minutes of the fourth quarter and the game on the line, Tom Brady wants the ball. Kansas City does have a porous defense, however, which should allow Tom Brady and keep pace on the scoreboard.

The show airs live on Facebook at 6 p.m. ET, and you can check it out in the video player above. The Patriots appear to be daring the Chiefs to run the ball.

The Chiefs' dynamic quarterback had thrown just two interceptions over the first five games compared to 14 touchdowns.

The Chiefs extended their streak for scoring on their first possession in every game this season. They did sort of, using 11 plays to position Gostkowski for a 39-yard field goal to put the home team up 30-26. Hill made the easy grab and completed a 75-yard catch-and-run that eventually tied the game at 40-40.

So what was Brady thinking when he saw the big play from the Chiefs?

Edelman recently rejoined the Patriots after serving a four-game suspension, and with Gordon quickly rounding himself into form, the AFC juggernaut may be as unsafe as ever heading into the fall.

Chiefs: C Mitch Morse was evaluated for concussion in the second quarter and did not return.

The Patriots go on the road for the third time this season when they visit the Bears.

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