Morning sports update: What mic’d up Tom Brady said before a Patriots touchdown drive against the Browns

The video also includes clips from Bill Belichick and Josh McDaniels.

Tom Brady throws a pass against the Browns on Monday night.
Tom Brady throws a pass against the Browns on Monday night. –Matthew J.Lee

The Bruins crushed the Sharks on Tuesday night 5-1 at TD Garden. David Pastrnak tallied his league-leading 12th goal of the season.

The Nationals forced a Game 7 in the World Series by defeating the Astros 7-2 in Game 6. The decisive clash of the 2019 Major League Baseball season is set for tonight at 8:08 p.m.

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What the Patriots said on the sidelines during Monday night’s win: The Patriots methodically defeated the Browns 27-13 on Sunday evening, moving to 8-0 on the season. During that game, plenty of soundbites were captured on the sidelines.

The group of mic’d up players and coaches included Tom Brady, who could be heard encouraging his teammates before a crucial third quarter touchdown drive.

“Let’s go, boys,” said Brady. “Be ready to go. Get your minds right now. Mental and physical toughness, all night. They haven’t seen our best yet. Let’s go do it.”

New England drove downfield thanks in large part to a 59-yard screen pass from James White. Julian Edelman capped the drive with a 14-yard touchdown catch from Brady.

Here’s the full mic’d up video from the Patriots’ win:

Trivia: Since the 2000-2001 season, four players have the led NHL in points over a regular season on multiple occasions. Name those four players.

(Answer at the bottom).

Hint: Three are still active, while the fourth won a Stanley Cup with the Tampa Bay Lightning.

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With three outs to go, the Red Sox sent for the most trusted player on the roster that season: Koji Uehara.

The veteran closer had compiled a staggering 1.09 ERA through 74.1 innings in 2013. And he made quick work of the Cardinals in the ninth inning, striking out Matt Carpenter to give Boston another title.

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Trivia answer: Connor McDavid, Evgeni Malkin, Sidney Crosby, and Martin St. Louis.