NFL record. Never been done before. Brady is unbelievable today in the snow.
Tom Brady = 5TD passes in one Q
I love watching snow games. Unbelievable performance by Brady.
crazy. this is worse than the deleware state game
Exactly what I was thinking. Tenn. is playing terribly.
Not just 5 in one quarter... but with snow and wind. That's worth six!
And with all the comparisons of Drew Dileo to Wes Welker.... I hope it's 50% correct!!!
I hope it's 100% correct.
Brady is insane right now. The fact that 5 TD's have never been thrown before in a quarter and Brady did is excellent, but with him doing this in the snow is just fucking crazy. Go Brady Go..
They just shifted to the "more competitive" Jets-Bills game.
We want to see Brady throw 10 TDs!!!
you wonder why tennessee doesn't put in vince young.
a Michigan offensive lineup of players who are in the NFL right now. I bet we could come up with a really kick ass lineup.
Brady, Perry, Edwards, Avant, Manningham, Breaston, Backus, Baas, Hutchinson, Long and no center although you could probably put someone like Goodwin at center in this hypothetical.
Edit: ESPN has him listed as a G, but he is listed as a center on New Orleans' roster.
Throw Runyan on there...great lineman
wait...he just retired didn't he?
Put Goodwin at guard and Baas at center. Baas played there as a senior and won the Rimington Award.
Tom Brady throwing to Mario Manningham, Jason Avant and Stevie Breaston. Not bad.
And Braylon Edwards.
The idea of all of them playing together in the NFL made my brain pop.
The last Patriots score:
Brian Hoyer 1 yd TD run...
Where's the irony?
... here it goes.
Hoyer is a Spartan, doing mop-up for the Wolverine.
That said, Hoyer was 9/11 for 52 yards, no picks, no TDs.
And (drumroll, please) Tom Brady:
29/34, for 380 yds; 6 TDs, 0 INTs.
That is a 152.8 rating per ESPN. Highest possible is 158.3.
29 of 34 for 380 and 6TD. Pulled early in the 3rd quarter. WHAT?
1. The stats you cited.
2. It's snowing in Foxboro and he missed all of last year with a severe knee injury.
3. Tom has you-know-who waiting for him (see other thread).
The funniest part was they came out in the 2nd half up 45 and were running play action and throwing downfield with all starters in the game. Belichick loves every second of this.
Edit: Pats just went for it on 4th and 7 in the redzone...Belichick shows no mercy
"Pats just went for it on 4th and 7 in the redzone...Belichick shows no mercy"
Some would say that not kicking the FG is not running up the score. I didn't see the play, but at 4th and 7, you'd expect the D to make that stop. Of course, if you're bad on D, it's not the offense's fault.
Rodriguez did the same thing against Del St.