This week, the Denver Broncos suffered their fifth straight loss of the regular season after coming up short in their faceoff against the New England Patriots, who have now matched their own AFC record by nabbing their 12th consecutive road victory. On the Pats’ end, it was quarterback Tom Brady who threw for three touchdown passes and 266 yards.


A stellar performance from New England’s offense paired with a few crucial mistakes on Denver’s end ultimately crafted a victory that no strengthens New England’s record to 7-2, boosting their dominance in the AFC.

This now marks the second 40-plus point loss for the Broncos in a row, with a huge part of Sunday evening’s defeat going to the organization’s special teams—a tone that was set from the game’s inception as the Broncos’ Isaiah McKenzie muffed a punt immediately following the opening possession.

Next up, New England will be looking for another victory against the Raiders while the Broncos face off with the Bengals in Week 11.