Tom Brady is still setting records. Packers continue to own the Bears.

The Week 14 slate Sunday started slowly, with blowouts and games that many expected to have drama falling flat. But a couple of overtime finishes brought the week back to life.

And in the process, the Buccaneers — one of the teams who won in that afternoon window — are reverting back to their Super Bowl form, even if their defense may be taking a slight step backward. Their success is in large part because of the continued and unparalleled success of Tom Brady.

Elsewhere in the NFC, the Cowboys had some self-inflicted mistakes late in their game against NFC East rival, the Washington Football Team, but Dallas prevailed and now has a comfortable lead in the division. Which means Washington will have to grind just to stay in the wild-card race.

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Tom Brady threw for 2 TDs – including the game-winner – and ran for another as the Buccaneers defeated the Bills in OT.

Here are the Week 14 winners and losers.

WINNERS

Tom Brady: Still setting records

The Buccaneers got a little conservative in the second half. Absent of their lone scoring possession after intermission — an 11-play drive that went 84 yards and resulted in a field goal — Tampa gained only 26 yards in the third and fourth quarters. Still, the Bucs won in a thrilling 33-27 victory against the Bills. And, despite the dismay of so many fans tired of Tom Brady, he’s still doing it an elite level and is setting standards that are difficult to fathom.

Brady broke the NFL all-time record for completions, surpassing Drew Brees. His game-winning score, a 58-yard catch and run to Breshad Perriman, was his 700th career touchdown pass, including the playoffs. It’s hard to see anybody else coming close to challenging this mark in the future and Brady, at 44, may be the front-runner for the NFL MVP. He leads the league in passing yards (4,134) and passing touchdowns (36). More importantly, he has led the Buccaneers to four straight victories and within…

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