So, how about this throwback? Def Jef and DJ Eric Vaughn (huh?) wrote the song "Victory" to celebrate the U.S. Men's National Team's 1990 World Cup bid. It marked the first WC trip for Team USA in 40 years. Awesome, right?
This video is not awesome. It's confusing. And I have a lot of questions now, like, is the blond lady in the studio during O.J. Simpson's cameo still alive today?
Yeah. Just watch it.
FOXBORO -- An otherwise mundane 26-10 dispatching of the Los Angeles Rams Sunday by the New England Patriots was made historic by Tom Brady.
PATRIOTS 26, RAMS 10
The victory was Brady's 201st as a starting quarterback in the NFL -- 1797 regular-season wins, 22 in the playoffs -- and made him the winningest quarterback in league history. Coming into the game he had been tied with Peyton Manning at 200 wins.
"I'm grateful to all my teammates, coaches, family and friends," Brady said. "I've been fortunate to have been on some great teams . . . [And] it's always been about winning."
More to come . . .
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