Super showdown between two of the best quarterbacks in the NFL in Brady and Brees.
Where: Gillette Stadium
When: 21.25 (BST)
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Tom Brady will be out to end an unusual losing streak against Drew Brees when he and the rest of the New England Patriots host the New Orleans Saints in week six of the NFL season.
Brady has never won a game against Brees while they have both been in the NFL, with the Patriots quarterback holding an 0-3 record against his counterpart.
The last time Brady tastes victory over his opponent this weekend was way back when the pair were in college 14 years ago, as Brady led Micigan to victory over Brees who was in his junior year.
New England are sitting 4-1 this season,dropping first game last weekend against the Cincinnati Bengals.
But it is their stuttering offence that is worrying Brady ahead of Brees, with the Patriots averaging just 19 points a game this season compared to New Orleans’ 26.8.
“Our job is to go out there and score, so we’re not doing a great job of that,” Brady said.
“Our execution has to be a lot better, and that’s what we’re working on. We’re trying to improve in all areas. It’s frustrating when we don’t score, but we’re going to try to do better this weekend.”
New England tight end Rob Gronkowski is still struggling to be passed fit but team doctors, despite speculation he has been close to suiting up for the first time this season.
Brees has been in hot form this season on his way to racking up 1722 yards with a 69.7 per cent completion which has resulted in 12 touchdowns, and so far, a perfect 5-0 record.