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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers really do have a lot in common.During this seasons first month, the star quarterbacks of the Patriots and Packers were facing questions about their teams slow starts.Its no coincidence New England and Green Bay are now playing at extremely high levels. Consistent, outstanding play by both QBs has their clubs on similar paths.Heading into Sundays showdown at Green Bays Lambeau Field, Bradys Patriots and Rodgers Packers are riding high in their respective conferences.New England (9-2) owns the AFCs best record, coming in riding a seven-game winning streak. NFC North-leading Green Bay (8-3) has won seven of eight.Patriots coach Bill Belichick was asked if he saw any similarities in how theyve elevated their play after the slow starts.They both wear No. 12, he said, breaking into a grin before he left the podium.Belichick was more expansive in praising Rodgers.Its just, hes great, he said. Hes quick, hes big, he throws the ball very accurately, has great vision down the field. He finds guys that theres not a lot of space, but he finds them and he hits them.Rodgers has thrown 30 touchdowns with just three interceptions this season, completing 66.7 per cent of his passes for an NFL-leading 119.2 QB rating. Since a 1-2 start, he has 25 TDs to two INTs, matching Bradys 2007 record of four straight games of three or more TDs with no interceptions.Hes the best quarterback Ive seen on tape, said New England safety Devin McCourty, who has already faced Denvers Payton Manning and Andrew Luck of Indianapolis this season.Hes the guy that commands that team, Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis said.Rodgers run started after he told Packers fans on his radio show in September: Five letters here, just for everybody out there in Packer land: R-E-L-A-X. Relaxe. Were going to be OK.He couldnt resist that answer when asked about the turnaround again this week.I think weve been pretty relaxed, he said, smiling.Bradys season isnt much different.Following a blowout loss in Kansas City on Week 4, his ability was questioned. He was asked if time had passed him by.Instead, during the winning streak, the 37-year-old has connected for 22 TDs with only four interceptions, completing 67.3 per cent of his passes.What we went through, we went through, and hopefully weve moved past that and were at a different point now, said the two-time MVP (2007 and 10). Like I said, you never want to ride the ups and downs of the season. There are going to be ups, and there are going to be downs, and there are going to be long nights. There are going to be sleepless nights, and youve just got to stay true to what youre doing.When they face off for the first time in their careers as starters, dont expect a lot of interceptions.Rodgers and Brady are ranked No. 1 and 2, respectively, all-time in TD/INT ratio.Even if youre not playing your best game, if youre not turning it over, your team is probably going to be in the mix, said Rodgers, the 2011 MVP. (If) youre being efficient and accurate and not turning the ball over, youre probably going to win a lot of games.Brady had a similar answer.I do think not throwing interceptions and not turning the ball over is hugely important to the success of the team, he said.Theyve both relied on scoring a lot early in games and enter this weekend as the NFLs only two unbeaten teams in the month.Green Bay has averaged 44 points in November and leads the league with 28 first-half TDs this season. New England, second in points during the month at 39.7, is right behind the Packers with 24 touchdowns before halftime.In their last two home games, the Packers have put up 50-plus points behind Rodgers combined nine TDs with no interceptions.Thats a big reason why theyre getting ahead at home because (when) they get ahead of you, you start to press, you turn it over, they convert into more touchdowns, and it just piles on, Brady said.They both grew up in California. They say they know each other well, and Rodgers said he learned a lot watching Brady.As a young player I liked to watch his film and study him, said Rodgers, who turns 31 on Tuesday.On Sunday, hell try to outdo him.___AP Sports Writer Genaro Armas contributed to this story from Green Bay, Wisconsin. Mason Cole Jersey .Mateo Kovacic and Andrea Ranocchia scored for Inter, which had goalkeeper Samir Handanovic to thank for several crucial saves.Its an important victory against a Chievo side which plays well, Mancini said. 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Yeo has undergone his own growth in that time, too, and the Wild were satisfied enough with the results on both fronts to make another commitment to him. After his three-year contract extension was finalized last weekend, Yeo appeared with general manager Chuck Fletcher at a news conference Friday to discuss the deal and the teams future. The Wild advanced to the second round of the playoffs for only the second time in franchise history, and Fletcher praised Yeos ability to help keep the players on an even keel during some challenging stretches as injuries piled up. "He improved by leaps and bounds, and its not just understanding that you have to make those adjustments. Its the confidence to make them, and the confidence to sell them to your team," Fletcher said, recalling their conversation from last summer about areas where both the Wild and Yeo could improve. In the final year of his contract, Yeo was in a precarious place after a six-game losing streak to finish 2013. But despite notable absences by Mikko Koivu, Zach Parise and the top two goalies, Yeo and his staff not only held together the group but guided a resurgence that transcended the regular season. "Id be hard-pressed to sit here and name one player that wasnt better now than what he was at the beginning of the year," Fletcher said, adding: "The funny thing: At the exact point in the year when you thought wed fall apart, we actually became a team. And theres a lot of work that went into that, and again Mike and his staff deserve a lot of that." Yeo, who will turn 41 next month, has a career record of 104-82-26, plus 7-11 in the playoffs.dddddddddddd Though Fletcher waited until June to address his status, Yeo said there was never a point at which he became nervous. Thats a hallmark of his, actually, as evidenced by his demeanour through and triumph over the losing streaks and fluke injuries of the 2013-14 season. Yeo gave four different goalies 10 or more starts each, and the carousel didnt stop spinning once the playoffs came. Darcy Kuemper and Ilya Bryzgalov both took turns, due to injury and performance, but the Wild beat Colorado 4-3 in a first-round thriller and gave Chicago fits until falling 4-2. "The team took on Mikes demeanour, and I think that helped us get through," Fletcher said. "Hey, were down 2-0. No big deal. They come back late and score? No big deal. We just kept finding a way to hang around and hang around until we could put the last shot in the net." Yeo showed a knack as a tactician during those series, too, making plenty of adjustments to his front lines that paid off against a pair of opponents in the Avalanche and Blackhawks that boast a lot of fast, skilled forwards. "The line switches, thats something I tried to make a conscious effort of at the start of the year, not only for me to grow as a coach but also for our team to get more used to it," Yeo said, adding: "But its always the players that make you look smart." Yeo said he didnt feel any more pressure to win this season than in his first one. He also pondered a question about when he felt the Wild truly clicked in the last few months before punting on the answer. "It never really gets to that point," he said, laughing. "I wish it did." Wholesale Jerseys 2019 China NFL Gear Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Camo NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale NFL Womens Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Camo ' ' '

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