Notes from the Patriots' 33-13 victory over the Browns Sunday, courtesy of the Pats' P.R. department:
-- The Patriots are now 85-45 (.654) in road games since 2000, the best road record in the NFL.
-- Since 2003, the Patriots are 41-6 (.872) following a loss.
-- The Patriots are an NFL-best 50-17 in the month of October since 2000. They are 29-4 (.878) at home during that time in October and 21-12 (.636) on the road.
-- The Patriots held the Browns to 27 rushing yards, the 17th team in franchise history they've held an opponent to less than 30 yards rushing. They last did it on Dec. 11, 2005 against the Bills (14 yards).
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-- Bill Belichick now has 227 regular-season career wins as a head coach and has moved passed Curly Lambeau for sole possession of fourth place on the all-time NFL list. Tom Landry (250) ahead of him in third. The coach with the most regular-season wins is Don Shula (328), followed by George Halas (318).
-- Tom Brady is now the franchise leader in seasons played with the Patriots. He is in his 17th season, breaking the record of 16 he shared with Steve Grogan (1975-90).
-- Brady also tied the NFL record for most seasons by a quarterback with one team. The record is 17, which he now shares with John Brodie (49ers) and Dan Marino (Dolphins).
-- Brady now has 195 career wins -- 173 in the regular season, 22 in the postseason -- and needs six more to break Peyton Manning's record of 200 and become the winningest quarterback in NFL history. Brett Favre is in second place with 199.
-- Rob Gronkowski now has 21 100-yard receiving games, tying him with Antonio Gates for fourth place on the NFL list of most 100-yard games by tight ends. Jackie Smith is next on the list, with 22. Tony Gonzalez is the all-time leader at 31.
-- Martellus Bennett caught three TD passes in a game for the first time in his career.
-- Chris Hogan had 100 receiving yards in a game for the first time in his career.