The New England Patriots rolled past a seemingly uninterested Detroit Lions team 34-9. The win puts the Pats at 9-2.

Tom Brady threw for 349 yards on 38-for-53 passing and two touchdowns.

LeGarrette Blount, who was signed two days ago, scored two touchdowns. Blount was released by the Steelers after he walked off the field during last week's game.

Patriots rookie Jonas Gray, who scored four TDs and 200 last week but overslept and missed a practice this week, did not play.

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PATRIOTS WIN 15th STRAIGHT HOME GAME
The Patriots won their 15th consecutive home game, .including a 6-0 record in 2014. The Patriots have not lost a regular-season home game since December 16, 2012, when San Francisco left Foxborough with a 41-34 win. The NFL record for most consecutive home victories is 27, achieved by Miami from 1971-74.

PATRIOTS WIN SEVENTH STRAIGHT GAME
The Patriots won their seventh consecutive game, which is the longest winning streak in the NFL. The Patriots have not lost since a 41-14 defeat at Kansas City on Sept. 29. Over their seven-game winning streak, the Patriots have averaged 39.6 points per game.

PATRIOTS WIN BY 21 POINTS FOR FOURTH STRAIGHT GAME
The Patriots beat the Lions by 25 points, marking New England’s fourth straight win by 21 points or more, matching a team record set in 2007.

PATS WIN BIG AGAINST A DIVISION LEADER FOR THIRD STRAIGHT WEEK
The Patriots beat a division leader for the third straight week after the 34-9 win vs. Detroit followed a 43-21 win vs. Denver on Nov. 2 and a 42-20 win at Indianapolis on Nov. 16.

The Patriots now prep for the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field next Sunday.

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