4:15 PM ET, October 18, 2009
Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- This was the history-making Tom Brady everyone remembers.And those were the hapless Tennessee Titans fans are beginning to expect.
The Patriots destroyed the Titans on Sunday to tie for the sixth largest rout in NFL history.
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|73||Chicago 73, NY Giants 0*||1940|
|64||Philadelphia 64, Cincinnati 0||1934|
|62||Akron 62, Oorang 0||1922|
|60||Rock Island 60, Evansville 0||1922|
|60||Chi. Cardinals 60, Rochester 0||1923|
|59||Cleveland 62, Washington 3||1954|
|59||Cleveland 59, Rochester 0||1924|
|59||Chi. Cardinals 59, Milwaukee 0||1925|
|59||Los Angeles 59, Atlanta 0||1976|
|59||New England 59, Tennessee 0||2009|
|* -- NFL Championship Game|
Tom Brady joins a list of just four other quarterbacks since 1960 who have thrown six touchdowns in a game twice.
-- ESPN Stats and Information
• The Patriots posted the largest shutout in the NFL since Dec. 4, 1976, when the Rams beat the Falcons by the same score.
• Tom Brady threw for 380 yards while tying a career high with six touchdown passes.
• New England set team records for points (59) and total yards (619) in a single game.
• Randy Moss and Wes Welker combined for 21 catches for 279 yards and five touchdowns.
• The Titans were held to 186 total yards as Kerry Collins completed just 2-of-12 passes for -7 yards.
• This was the Titans largest margin of defeat in franchise history. The previous record was 54 set in 1989 when the Oilers lost to Cincinnati, 61-7.
-- ESPN Stats & Information
Patriots RB Sammy Morris didn't return after hurting his left knee on the Patriots' third offensive play. The team provided no update on his condition. ... Collins had a 4.9 quarterback rating, worse than his 7.1 in the 2001 Super Bowl when the Baltimore Ravens beat his New York Giants 34-7.
FOXBORO, MA - OCTOBER 18: Quarterback Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots calls out the play as Sebastian...(Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
Team Stat Comparison
Passing 1st downs
Rushing 1st downs
1st downs from Penalties
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
|Yards per play||3.7||8.0|
Comp - Att
Yards per pass
Sacks - Yards Lost
Yards per rush
|Red Zone (Made-Att)||0-1||3-6|
|Defensive / Special Teams TDs||0||0|
|TD||05:51||Laurence Maroney 45 Yd Run (Stephen Gostkowski Kick)||0||7|
|FG||00:47||Stephen Gostkowski 33 Yd||0||10|
|TD||09:56||Randy Moss 40 Yd Pass From Tom Brady (Stephen Gostkowski Kick)||0||17|
|TD||08:59||Randy Moss 28 Yd Pass From Tom Brady (Stephen Gostkowski Kick)||0||24|
|TD||06:20||Kevin Faulk 38 Yd Pass From Tom Brady (Stephen Gostkowski Kick)||0||31|
|TD||01:53||Wes Welker 30 Yd Pass From Tom Brady (Stephen Gostkowski Kick)||0||38|
|TD||00:12||Wes Welker 5 Yd Pass From Tom Brady (Stephen Gostkowski Kick)||0||45|
|TD||10:13||Randy Moss 9 Yd Pass From Tom Brady (Stephen Gostkowski Kick)||0||52|
|TD||00:11||Brian Hoyer 1 Yd Run (Stephen Gostkowski Kick)||0||59|
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