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Trenbolone Report:Tom Brady Throws 400th TD In Patriots’ Rout Of Jaguars

Trenbolone report:Tom Brady throws 400th TD in Patriots’ rout of Jaguars
FOXBORO — The Patriots were so dialed in yesterday while stuffing the hapless Jacksonville Jaguars into

a locker that Danny Amendola was oblivious to the most historic achievement of the 51-17 trouncing.

The wide receiver deposited Brady’s 400th touchdown pass into the Gillette Stadium crowd before

recognizing the gaffe when he returned to the sideline in the second quarter. Clearly, Brady, coach Bill

Belichick and the rest of the Patriots weren’t messing around all week when they said they didn’t care

too much about the quarterback’s impending milestone.

“Tom is such a competitor,” Amendola said. “He’s not really focused on records and stuff like that.

Just to win a game is what he’s looking for.”

Brady was surgical again by completing 33-of-42 passes for 358 yards and two touchdowns, and he joined

Peyton Manning, Brett Favre and Dan Marino in the 400 Club. Tight end Rob Gronkowski, who had four

catches for 101 yards, came up with a clever way for Brady to get his hands on some souvenir pigskin.

“I guess Brady will have to go to 500 to get that ball,” a laughing Gronkowski said.

At this rate, Brady might get there by the time the Patriots leave Indianapolis in Week 6. Brady, who

has 401 career touchdown passes, has completed 72.7 percent of his passes for 1,112 yards and nine

touchdowns through three games. He has orchestrated eight 50-point games during his career, which is

more than 19 current franchises in their entire existence. And it’s the first time in his career he has

started 3-0 without an interception, prompting the idea this is the best September of the 38-year-old’s


“I’m happy we’re 3-0,” Brady said when pressed for a dose of self-evaluation.

The story, by the way, had a happy ending of sorts, as the Patriots reunited Brady with the historical


“I don’t care,” Brady said with conviction. “It’s just a ball.”

The Patriots had a metaphorical ball with the Jaguars to close down their three-game stampede before the

bye week, as they’ve got sole ownership of the AFC East lead and their 119 points set a three-week

franchise record. They scored on all nine of their possessions yesterday before Jimmy Garoppolo was

summoned to take a knee, yet the postgame theme involved a drive for more.

Just like last week, when Belichick griped about the defensive line even though the Patriots racked up

eight sacks against the Buffalo Bills, Brady and the offense refused to reserve Boston’s collection of

duck boats for a February stroll despite a nearly flawless performance.

While many would comb through a stat sheet that included 51 points and nine consecutive scores, the Pats

focused on the three miscues on third down (11-of-14) and two field goals in the red zone, where they

scored six touchdowns on eight trips.

“It can get better,” receiver Julian Edelman, who had eight catches for 85 yards, said. “There are

times we didn’t score, and we kicked field goals because we didn’t convert on third down. There’s

stuff to work on. We’ve got to go out there and continually try to improve.”

Amendola said: “Don’t get it twisted. Three points is a great drive, but touchdowns would be better,

so that’s what we’re after.”

The Pats set the tone right in the first series of the game when the Jaguars went three-and-out after

Blake Bortles threw two incompletions to receiver Allen Robinson in double coverage. Bortles (17-of-33,

242 yards, two touchdowns, interception) actually padded his stats in garbage time with five completions

for 80 yards and a score, but he was outmatched by Belichick’s defense. The Pats also stifled running

back T.J. Yeldon (11 carries, 33 yards) to show marked improvement after being ranked 28th against the

run through two games.

It got offensive from there. Running back Dion Lewis’ 8-yard touchdown behind Gronkowski made it 7-0,

and Stephen Gostkowski kicked field goals of 46 and 20 yards to extend it to 13-3 with 3:42 remaining in

the second quarter. Brady then hit Amendola as he streaked across the baseline of the end zone for a 1-

yard score and 20-3 advantage with 18 seconds to go in the half.

Running back LeGarrette Blount carried the mail from there with 18 carries for 78 yards and three

second-half touchdowns, and he spelled Lewis (eight carries, 37 yards; five catches, 30 yards) after the

break. Brady also hit new receiver Keshawn Martin for a 13-yard score, his 401st TD pass.

“The type of season (Brady) is having now,” Blount said, “it’s kind of piling on top of that legacy.

But the Patriots know their legacy will be further defined, one way or another, about four months from

now when teams like the Jaguars and months like September are long forgotten. They’re three steps into

their redemption march, but San Francisco remains a long way from home.

“It’s great to start 3-0,” Edelman said, “but it’s only 3-0.”


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