Tom Brady’s latest masterpiece is surviving the Patriot Way

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DENVER — History says Tom Brady wanted this one against the Denver Broncos badly, even if he’s not wired to make such admissions publicly. But long before he applied two layers of makeup to his miserable Mile High record, Brady won something significant just by showing up Sunday night.

The New England Patriots’ 41-16 rout of the Broncos wasn’t merely notable as Brady’s record-setting 86th road victory, breaking a tie with Peyton Manning in Peyton’s place. This was the team’s first game since the Jimmy Garoppolo trade to the 49ers, which meant it was the first game of the rest of Brady’s life. At 40 years old, he held off a talented 20-something with designs on his job and cleared a path toward the dream of retiring as a one-uniform icon.

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