A look at who's up and who's down from the Patriots' win over the Steelers:
Up Tom Brady -- Quarterback continues to play at a high level, from setting the pass protection at the line of scrimmage to going 32-of-46 for 399 yards, with four touchdowns and no interceptions.
Jabar Gaffney -- Receiver totals a career-high 122 yards on seven catches, and shows solid concentration on his touchdown catch.
Rodney Harrison -- Safety finishes with a team-high 11 tackles, with two of the game's most impressive plays, on the goal-line.
Randy Moss -- Receiver finishes with seven catches for 135 yards and two touchdowns, and also was part of Jabar Gaffney's 56-yard catch on a lateral play.
Pass protection -- In 46 pass attempts, Tom Brady is not sacked once and is hit just four times.
Vince Wilfork -- Nose tackle was a force up front, finishing with seven tackles and adding one sack.
Down Stephen Gostkowski -- Kicker misses a 48-yard field goal attempt wide to the right.
Run defense -- Steelers found the holes too often, totaling 181 yards on 32 carries (5.7 avg.).
Mike Wright -- Defensive lineman fails to wrap up Ben Roethlisberger on a would-be sack, as Rorthlisberger shakes free to throw a 32-yard touchdown.
MONDAY PLAN: We'll look at the snaps played by offensive skill position players tomorrow morning. Also, coach Bill Belichick has a press conference scheduled for 11:45 a.m. We'll plan on passing along some updates along the way.