Tom Brady can stand alone as the #1 quarterback in all-time wins if the Patriots can beat the New York Jets today.

Brady starts the day tied with Peyton Manning and Brett Farve with 186 regular season wins.

Both Brady and TE Rob Gronkowski were taken off the Pats injury list last Friday. Brady has been nursing an injury to his left shoulder.

Live coverage of the Patriots vs Jets game on Sports Radio 92.9 The Ticket begins at 10am with the pregame show. Kickoff is 1pm.

Perhaps the Jets will be a little more of a challenge than first thought. They have a 3-2 record, same as the Patriots.

Check out the Tale of the Tape for today's matchup...

2017 Regular Season New England N.Y. Jets
Record 3-2 3-2
Divisional Standings 1stT 1stT
Total Yards Gained 2,097 1,504
Total Offense (Rank) 419.4 (1) 300.8 (26)
Rush Offense 99.0 (18) 111.4 (13)
Pass Offense 320.4 (1) 189.4 (25)
Points Per Game 29.6 (3) 18.4 (23)
Touchdowns Scored 16 9
Third Down Conversion Pct. 42.4 36.8
Team Passer Rating 112.0 91.4
Total Yards Allowed 2,236 1,773
Total Defense (Rank) 447.2 (32) 354.6 (25)
Rush Defense 124.2 (24) 143.0 (30)
Pass Defense 323.0 (32) 211.6 (12)
Points Allowed/Game 28.4 (30t) 21.2 (15)
Touchdowns Allowed 17 14
Third Down Defense (Pct.) 40.7 38.6
Field Goals Made/Attempted 12/12 10/12
Possession Avg. 30:38 29:28
Sacks Allowed/Yards Lost 16/100 15/104
Sacks Made/Yards 10/60 7/37
Passing TD/Int. (Off.) 11/1 5/4
Passing TD/Int. (Def.) 12/3 9/6
Penalties Against/Yards 39/353 39/353
Punts/Avg. 22/43.1 26/47.3
Takeaway/Giveaway Ratio +2 (9t) -1 (15t)