New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick moved into #3 on NFL's all-time wins list as his team put a 33-8 beatdown on the Oakland Raiders on Sunday night to move to 8-2 on the season with some comfortable breathing room atop the AFC East.
The ageless Tom Brady threw for 339 yards and 3 touchdowns, completing his first 12 passes to give the fans in Mexico City's Azteca Stadium the show they all wanted to see, but for those of us watching from home, perhaps the best part of the broadcast was the analysis of Brady in his element by Tony Romo.
Romo has been a revelation since retiring from the game and starting a new career as a commentator, and his breakdown of the work that Brady does in terms of organising his team at the line of scrimmage was a good example as to why.
There ya go, touchdown, thanks for playing.
Speaking after the game Tom Brady expressed his surprise at hearing how much of the Mexico City crowd was behind him and his Patriots team as he noticed in last year's game the crowd was very pro-Raiders, but they turned out to see Tom and he gave them the show they wanted.
3,146 yards, 22 touchdowns and just two interceptions so far this season makes incredible reading for Brady, who at age 40 is putting some of the sub-par quarterback performances in the league to shame on a regular basis.
Keep up the good work, Mr Brady. And you too, Mr Romo.