In Tom Brady's return back from a four game suspension, the New England Patriots made quick work of the Cleveland Browns on the road by a score of 33-13.  New England is now 4-1 on the season after the win.

Brady began his 2016 campaign by going 28 for 40 through the air for 406 total yards and three touchdowns.  He also showed off his speed with 14 yards on the ground.  Seven different receivers caught balls for the Patriots in the win, including Martellus Bennett who had three touchdowns on the afternoon.  Rob Gronkowksi also had his best game of his season with 109 yards on five catches.  Chris Hogan also had a nice contest with four catches for 114 yards.

The New England defense limited the win-less Browns to just 13 points and allowed 27 total rushing yards.  Cleveland also played three different QBs during the match-up after Cody Kessler left the game with an injury.  New England also forced a safety in the first half of play on defense.

The Pats will now return home in preparation for a contest with the Cincinnati Bengals next Sunday afternoon.  The game is set for a 1 p.m. start time from Gillette Stadium.

*Note: The Patriots game against the Cincinnati Bengals will get underway with pregame coverage at 10 a.m. this next Sunday.