Tom Brady's great night against the Denver Broncos has been a record-setting outing, too. His fifth touchdown pass of the night, which was also his third scoring strike to Rob Gronkowski, to make the score 35-7 at halftime, tied New England's franchise record for touchdown passes in a postseason game and pushed him past Kurt Warner and Dan Marino on the all-time list for postseason touchdown passes.
Brady isn't being stingy with the records: that catch by Gronkowski tied an NFL postseason record for receiving touchdowns in a game, too.
The next touchdown pass of Brady's night, his sixth and Aaron Hernandez' first catch, tied an NFL record for touchdown passes in a postseason game.
The scary thing? Brady might not be done.
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