Ten years ago today, football fans were treated to one of the most dominating wins of the Tom Brady era.
After missing all of the 2008 season with an ACL injury, Brady didn’t take long to return to his old self in 2009.
Check out his record setting day against the Tennessee Titans during an usually early Foxboro snowstorm courtesy of NFL Films.
10 years ago today, @tombrady led the @patriots to a wild 59-0 victory in the snow:
❄ 5 TD passes in the 2nd quarter
❄ 2 TDs to @RandyMoss in the span of 57 seconds
❄ Patriots broke their previous record for yards in a game pic.twitter.com/RQGhfR8vn1
— NFL Films (@NFLFilms) October 18, 2019
Brady would finish the day with 29/34 passes for 380 yards and six touchdowns, while Wes Welker led all receivers with ten receptions for 150 yards and two touchdowns.
While we’re reflecting back on this day, can somebody please get the NFL to allow those red throwbacks again?
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