FOXBORO -- Notes from the Patriots' 36-17 victory over the Steelers in the AFC Championship Game:
PATRIOTS 33, STEELERS 9
- Curran: Patriots proving that living well is the best revenge
- Patriots defense carries chip on its shoulder all the way to Super Bowl
- Brady: [Bleep], you've got to be happy now
- Brady: Teammates, not Deflategate, provided my motivation
- Brady on Hogan: He's been incredible
- Curran's Preview/Review
- Curran's Best and Worst
- Roethlisberger takes aim at young Steeler teammates
HERE THEY COME, ROGER
- WATCH: Scott Zolak and Patriots fans taunt Roger Goodell
- Martellus Bennett: Where's Roger? He's like Waldo
-- The Patriots are headed to their ninth Super Bowl, most in NFL history. The Cowboys, Broncos and Steelers have each been to eight.
-- The Patriots are now 9-4 in AFC Championship Games, including 6-1 in games played in Foxboro and 5-1 at Gillette Stadium.
-- The Patriots are now 3-0 against the Steelers in AFC Championship Games, and 4-1 overall against Pittsburgh in the playoffs.
-- The Patriots are 31-19 in postseason games, including 20-4 at home (3-1 at Schaefer/Sullivan/Foxboro Stadium, 17-3 at Gillette).
-- The Patriots won their 31st postseason game tonight, moving them past the 49ers into fourth place on the list of all-time playoff victories in NFL history. They trail the Cowboys (34), Steelers (34) and Packers (32).
-- The Patriots' .620 winning percentage (31-19) in postseason games is now second-best in NFL history, behind the Ravens (15-8, .652). The Packers' loss today drops them to third (34-22, .607).
-- The Patriots have now won eight conference championships with Robert Kraft as owner, setting an NFL for most conference titles by an owner or ownership group in the Super Bowl era. Kraft had been tied with the Denver Broncos' Pat Bowler at seven.
-- Bill Belichick is now 25-10 in postseason games as a head coach and is in a tie with Bill Walsh (10-4) for third place on the NFL list of best postseason coaching winning percentage. Vince Lombardi (9-1, .900) is in first place and Tom Flores (8-3. .727) is second.
-- Belichick is advancing to his seventh Super Bowl as a head coach, most in NFL history. He had been tied with Don Shula at six. Belichick's Super Bowl record is 4-2, Shula's is 2-4.
-- Tom Brady had his ninth three-touchdown-pass postseason game, tying Joe Montana for the NFL record.
-- Stephen Gostkowski, who entered the game with 142 career postseason points, scored 12 points today and moved past Gary Anderson into third place on the NFL's all-time list of kicking points in the postseason. Adam Vinatieri (234) is first and David Akers (175) is second.