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Patriots Beat Down Titans 59-0

Patriots beat Titans 59-0

In a snowy, windy game the Patriots put on one of the most remarkable performances in NFL history, scoring 35 second quarter points on the way to a historic 59-0 win over Tennessee. Tom Brady set a modern NFL record by throwing five TD passes in the second quarter alone. His final line was 29-34, 380 yards and six touchdowns. It doesn’t get much better than that.

After Sammy Morris left the game injured, Laurence Maroney took over and ran effectively, scoring the Patriots first points of the game on a 45-yard TD run. After a field goal, Brady threw touchdowns to Randy Moss (40 yards), Moss again (28 yards), Kevin Faulk (38 yards), Wes Welker (34 yards) and Welker again (five yards). The winless Titans were completely inept as they finished with -7 yards passing and pretty much gave up in the first half.

We’ll have more reaction from the game coming up. The 4-2 Patriots are looking pretty good heading into their London showdown with the 0-6 Buccaneers next week.

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7 comments for “Patriots Beat Down Titans 59-0”

  1. […] Patriots Beat Down Titans 59-0 […]

    Posted by PATS on the Back: Patriots vs. Titans, Week 6 | Sports of Boston | October 19, 2009, 6:13 am
  2. […] was a historic day in Foxboro as Brady threw for 380 yds and 6 […]

    Posted by Fantasy Football Report: Week 6 | Sports of Boston | October 20, 2009, 5:14 pm
  3. Wow! I think it’s because the Titans weren’t used to the snow.

    Posted by Se7en | October 24, 2009, 12:19 pm
  4. […] do not need to be a rocket scientist to see who that would benefit. New England is coming off this 59-0 whooping of Tennessee in a snowy October game. Tampa’s average temperature falls somewhere in the 70’s. This […]

    Posted by Pats Head to London for Showdown With Bucs | Sports of Boston | October 25, 2009, 11:47 am
  5. […] ⋅ Post a comment Now this is more like it. After destroying the Titans in the year’s first snow bowl, the Patriots headed to London and dismantled another winless team, Tampa Bay, 35-7. The Pats […]

    Posted by Pats Cross the Pond and Bombard the Bucs | Sports of Boston | October 25, 2009, 6:48 pm
  6. […] Maroney has been getting his legs back. After his breakout game against the Titans (123 yards on 16 carries), he went to London and couldn’t get it going. New England was able […]

    Posted by Patriots Return to Foxboro for East Showdown | Sports of Boston | November 8, 2009, 4:31 am
  7. […] seemed to become a regular part of the Patriots offense until he went down with a broken arm in the game against the Titans. He returned when the Pats faced the Colts, and he recorded his first career touchdown. During the […]

    Posted by The Playoffs Without Wes Welker | Sports of Boston | January 9, 2010, 4:57 pm

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