So, yeah. That all just happened.
The Patriots began the game's second quarter with the ball deep inside the red-zone after driving the ball down the field following a Steve Gregory interception of New York quarterback Mark Sanchez.
On the first play of the second frame, Pats' quarterback Tom Brady found an open Wes Welker in the endzone for a 3-yard touchdown pass, putting New England ahead, 7-0.
After a New York punt, the Patriots would score easily on an 83-yard catch-and-run down the left sideline by reserve tailback Shane Vereen, making the score 14-0. Only a couple of plays later, beastly Patriots' defensive tackle Vince Wilfork would pick up and toss a New York offensive lineman into Sanchez, forcing a fumble. Gregory happened to be in the right place at the right time, picking up the ball and walking into the endzone for a touchdown, extending the lead to 21-0.
On the ensuing kick-off, return man Joe McKnight would fumble the football -- courtesy of a brutal hit from Devin McCourty -- right into the arms of Julian Edelman, who would scamper directly into the endzone for another New England touchdown. In a matter of just 52 seconds, the Patriots' scored 21 points.
With just a couple of minutes left on the clock, the Patriots would go in for another touchdown when Tom Brady found Edelman open for a 56-yard catch-and run. The New England lead was then 35-0.
In a stroke of brilliance, Jets' head coach Rex Ryan took the chance to cut his team's deficit to 32 when he sent out Nick Folk for a short field goal at the end of the half. At the end of two quarters, the Patriots are ahead, 35-3.