Tom Brady gives the Patriots' offense instructions back in November. (Silas Walker/Getty Images)
BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — During the NFL's regular season, not many people were picking the Patriots to reach the Super Bowl but, here they are, ready to face the Rams in Atlanta Sunday.
Adam Kaufman asked The Boston Globe's Ben Volin what's impressed him most this postseason. He said it was the Pats' offense.
"41 points against the Chargers, 37 points against the Chiefs," he said. "The offensive line has been unbelievable. They are really the unsung heroes of this team right now. Tom Brady, two games, no sacks. They've been running the heck out of the football, controlled the ball for 43 minutes against the Chiefs ... I give McDaniels, Brady, all those guys a lot of credit for finally figuring things out on offense."
The Pats are favored by 2-and-a-half points this weekend.
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WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman ( @AdamMKaufman ) reports