Tom Brady finished the first half of Saturday's New England Patriots game against the Denver Broncos with five touchdown passes. That set the record for most touchdown passes in a single half, Barely three minutes into the second half, Brady has already tied the single-game postseason record with six touchdown passes. He found Aaron Hernandez for a 17-yard score and a 42-7 lead.
Hernandez and fellow tight end Rob Gronkowski have been shredding the Denver secondary all game long. On this play, Hernandez catches the ball and jukes to his right to break free and find his way into the end zone. The 42 points are also the most in Patriots franchise history and they aren't going to stop at this point.
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