While Tom Brady's interception also needs to go into the bad category, it didn't even come close to comparing to last week's picks. While Brady definitely forced it in to Rob Gronkowski when he didn't need to, the Patriots could easily been on the goal line with a pass interference call. Since Brady doesn't typically make the same mistake twice in a season, maybe it's good that he got that out of his system today.
Although the offense wasn't really flashy today, it did allow Brady to use a variety of his offensive weapons. Yes, that is weapons with an "s" at the end. Unlike what some talking heads frequently complain about, Brady has weapons. Now that Josh McDaniels is hopefully done bringing knives to gun fights, thereby using guys in positions where they will be successful, the offense is rolling.
Gronk had a quiet 78 yards on 5 catches. Brandon LaFell was just under the century mark with 98 yards. Tim Wright had 5 catches, 2 of which were in the endzone. Although he was stuffed in the backfield a number of times today, Shane Vereen still managed to finish the game with 60 yards. Julian Edelman was also used heavily as he had 11 catches for 89 yards. In my opinion, Edelman got robbed on having his punt return taken back. That was a weak call.
Last, but not least, the offensive line did a fine job protecting Brady today. While he did end up on his back a time or two, they didn't give up any sacks to defense who gets their fair share.