Tom Brady, New England Patriots quarterback, hits 1,000-yard rushing milestone

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The Patriots have had their share of adversity this season, from the rumored contentious relationship between Belichick and Tom Brady to the prolonged absence of Rob Gronkowski.

On Instagram Monday, the Patriot quarterback said he could call it a career after reaching the milestone he most coveted.

ESPN Stats & Information reckoned that heading into Sunday's game Brady had lost 160 rushing yards to kneel-downs since 2006.

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen received national attention after having a fiery sideline conversation with New England Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick. "Got to get back to work", he said. "We have guys who do multiple things and line up anywhere".

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The 1,000-yard rushing mark wasn't the only milestone for Brady on Sunday. It paid off immediately as they drove 81 yards in eight plays and 3:52 on their opening possession to take a 7-0 lead on Develin's first score.

The Patriots only came away with three points on their next six drives as the Vikings rallied to tie it at 10-10. West Virginia went 8-3 and finished fourth in the Big 12 conference.

"We had a bunch of holding calls again", Edelman said. "That wasn't really a difference in the game".

Brady threw his 508th regular-season touchdown pass - a 24-yard connection to Josh Gordon in the third quarter - tying him with Brett Favre for third all time. "I'm not going to save the ball".