The following is a summary of police activity and incidents reported from Sunday’s NFL regular season game between the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos at Gillette Stadium, as reported in Foxborough's Police logs.
The following incidents occurred during Sunday’s New England Patriots second home game of the 2012-13 NFL season at Gillette Stadium, according to Foxborough Police. The Patriots defeated Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, 31-21. Of the 67,054 in attendance, Foxborough Police Chief Edward O'Leary said there were 39 police-related incidents, including seven arrests. Sunday, Oct. 7: Arrests: Protective Custodies: Receive updates, breaking news and other stories like this directly in your inbox or on your smartphone by signing up for our free newsletter here.
The New England Patriots beat the Denver Broncos, 31-21 Sunday to improve to 3-2 this season as Tom Brady improves to 9-4 all-time against Peyton Manning.
The New England Patriots beat an old rival Sunday at Gillette Stadium behind another strong rushing attack. The Patriots gained over 200 yards on the ground for the second straight week and Tom Brady threw for 223 yards and a touchdown to beat Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, 31-21. The win improves the Patriots' record to 3-2 – good enough for sole possession of first place in the AFC East as of Sunday night. The New York Jets (2-2) play the Houston Texans Monday night. The following is a compilation of game notes submitted by the Patriots Media Relations Department: PATRIOTS SET TEAM RECORD WITH 35 FIRST DOWNS The Patriots gained a total of 35 first downs against Denver, marking the highest total in franchise history (793 games…