16-0. It’s a mark that nobody has ever reached…nobody until today. In the first quarter, Tom Brady and Randy Moss both matched individual records; but, they didn’t stop there. The Patriots held off a strong Giants team that gave the Patriots all they could handle. They continuously pressured Brady and Eli Manning showed the quaterback that he is capable of being. But, it wasn’t enough as New England defeated the Giants, 38-35. Brady threw 2 touchdown passes, both of which were to Moss, with the second one being a 65 yard reception that virtually sealed-up the game for the Pats. But, it didn’t end there as New England also broke another record with 75 touchdowns. For the Patriots, however, it doesn’t end here because they need a Super Bowl title to be considered the best team in history. It’s not going to get any easier from here. The pressure will continue to pile-up and the quality of opponents will continue to get stronger. It will be a difficult road; but, success never comes easy.
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