The New England Patriots are now 6-1, the best record in the National Football League, with their 28-18 victory over the Minnesota Vikings last night during a Halloween showdown at Gillette Stadium. Read a recap of last night's win, as well as how a team, which leads the league in rookie starts and has a roster with the second-most undrafted players, has somehow made it work, on *ESPNBoston.com*.
Read more game recaps in the *Boston Herald* and the *Boston Globe*. *ESPNBoston.com* also reviews how New England was able to make the "Moss factor" a non-issue.
Moss: the grass is always greener. Read about Vikings wide receiver, and former Patriot, Randy Moss, who may regret his move to Minnesota, on *ESPNBoston.com*.
Patriots running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis led New England's running game, which has suffered significant loss in Fred Taylor and Kevin Faulk (not to mention a Laurence Maroney trade to the Broncos) in its 2010 season. Green-Ellis rushed for a career-high 112 yards on 17 carries, setting a personal precedent with multiple touchdowns in the Patriots 28-18 victory over the Vikings last night.
Read about the third-year running back's coming of age in the *Boston Globe*. Read similar stories on *ESPNBoston.com* and in the *Boston Herald*.
Also showing up huge in the 28-18 victory was the Patriots 'D.' Read two stories about an improving Pats defense in the Boston Herald here, and here.
Then there's wide receiver Brandon Tate, who had three catches and led the team in receiving yardage with 101 yards--one a second-quarter 32-yard reception off a near Viking interception to set up the Pats first score; another a third-quarter, 65-yard reception off a broken play for a touchdown. Read about Tate's stand-out performance in the *Boston Herald*.