NFL: New England 59, Tennessee 0

Oct. 18, 2009 at 7:57 PM
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FOXBOROUGH, Mass., Oct. 18 (UPI) -- Tom Brady passed for six touchdowns -- five in the second quarter -- and New England bombed the winless Tennessee Titans 59-0 Sunday on a snow-covered field.

The five scoring passes in the second tied a 59-year-old NFL record for a single quarter and the margin of victory was the greatest in the league since 1976.

Brady finished 29-for-34 passing for 380 yards. Randy Moss caught three of the TD passes and Wes Welker grabbed two.

Laurence Maroney carried 16 times for 123 yards and a touchdown for the Patriots (4-2).

Kerry Collins completed only 2-of-12 passes for minus seven yards, was intercepted once and lost a fumble for the Titans (0-6).

Chris Johnson gained 128 yards rushing for Tennessee, which has lost seven straight games going back to last season.

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