Stephen A. bails on Max's new Brady-cliff theory (2:05)
Rex still amazed by Brady, Belichick duo (1:36)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots offensive snaps: Josh Gordon plays 63 as his role in offense increases (he had 18 apiece in Weeks 4-5). "I think we were preparing for that all week at practice. I was expecting a little heavy of a workload," he said, as Julian Edelman (71), Chris Hogan (47), Cordarrelle Patterson (6), Phillip Dorsett (3) and Matthew Slater (1) round out WR corps.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots defensive snaps: Jason McCourty (54) remains the starter at CB, with Eric Rowe (17) returning from missing three games due to injury and playing in sub packages.

Pats take back-and-forth battle with Chiefs (1:21)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Quick-hit personnel thoughts from Patriots' win:‬ UP — K Stephen Gostkowski, LB Dont'a Hightower, LB Elandon Roberts, RB Sony Michel‬; DOWN — CB Jason McCourty, S Devin McCourty, S Duron Harmon, Kickoff coverage.

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Price earns first 'team win' as postseason starter

Following a span in which his teams went 0-10 in his 10 career postseason starts, David Price pitched just well enough to keep the Red Sox in Sunday's ALCS Game 2 -- which they won -- and was given an ovation by the Fenway Park crowd.

Devin McCourty says Pats gave great effort to stop Chiefs (1:06)
Edelman: Mahomes is 'playing lights out' (1:54)
Perez explains why Bradley Jr. is better than his stats (1:15)
Brady says Pats haven't seen 'their best' (0:43)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Alex Cora on Chris Sale, who the Red Sox announced was admitted to the hospital due to a stomach illness: "I know they sent a memo or talked about it; actually I was walking into the batting cage and on the TV I saw the tweet by the organization. And he was feeling bad and he's at the hospital. From what I know, it's nothing serious, but obviously whenever you have to go to the hospital you gotta be, quote/unquote, worried. But he should be fine. Hopefully we get news in the upcoming hours and he'll join us in Houston."

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

From ESPN Stats & Information: This is the first game in NFL history to end 43-40. The 83 combined points are 3 points shy of the most combined points in a Patriots home game all-time. The most was 86 in a 43-43 tie between the Boston Patriots and Oakland Raiders in 1964 and tied in 2013 when the Patriots won 55-31 over the Steelers.

Price: This isn't about me, it's about the team (0:36)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

For the first time since the 2013 ALCS between the Detroit Tigers and the Boston Red Sox, the ALCS is tied at one game apiece after two games.