But that doesn’t mean it gets old.
“Those are fun moments,” Brady recalls of his Monday Night appearances. “As your career goes on, you realize the opportunities are fewer and fewer. You appreciate them and you relish the opportunity to go out there with your teammates and accomplish something.”
Brady is 12-4 in his career on Monday Night Football, and will look to improve on that record Monday night when the Patriots host the 11-1 Houston Texans at Gillette Stadium.
It won’t be easy taking on the AFC’s top team, as the Texans will throw a powerful offense and solid defense at New England as they look to take another step closer to locking up the number-one seed in the AFC.
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Monday night’s match-up will give the Patriots a good chance to test themselves against another NFL powerhouse.
“They’re a great football team. Any time you play the best, you want to see how you match up,” said Brady "
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