Tom Brady led the New England Patriots to a 30-27 victory over the New Orleans Saints to get the Patriots to a 5-1 record. Brady went 25-for-43 with 269 passing yards. He didn't record a touchdown pass until the Patriots' last drive in which he hit wide receiver Kenbrell Thompkins for a 17-yard touchdown pas that gave the Patriots the lead with just five seconds left in the game. Brady proved again how dangerous he is in the clutch with the ball in his hands late in a game. The loss ended the Saints' undefeated streak dropping them to 5-1.

Unfortunately, Brady was wearing Under Armour cleats that aren’t currently available to the public making us wonder was it the shoes behind the victory?

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