More than 66,000 bundled-up spectators will pack Gillette Stadium on Sunday and not only cheer for New England against the Rams, but for quarterback Tom Brady to claim another piece of NFL history. Last week, he tied the retired Peyton Manning with his 200th victory.
One of Brady’s best friends and most devoted supporters will be watching from a prime vantage.
The visitors’ sideline.
Neal ElAttrache, team physician for the Rams, helped save Brady’s career. ElAttrache reconstructed the left knee of the future Hall of Famer, who suffered a three-ligament tear in a 2008 season opener.
“At a pretty critical moment in my career, he was...