Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has told Tom Brady that he'll play in the team's season finale against the Texans. "As players, we obviously don't factor into any of those decisions that coach Belichick makes," Brady said. "It's our job to prepare to play and I certainly am. I'm out there doing all my regular practice stuff. "I want to play and I want to do great. I want to have a great game against a team that is fighting for their playoff lives, and has a lot of great players and really challenges you in some different ways. It's a meaningful game for us, it's a meaningful game for them, too. It would be great for us to go win on the road in a real tough environment against a damn good team." New England has already clinched a home playoff game, so it's unsure exactly how much Brady will play.
Belichick Tells Brady He'll Play Sunday