Tom Brady Sets Playoff Record With Five First-Half Touchdown Passes

Tom Brady set a postseason record by throwing five touchdown passes in the first half against the Denver Broncos.

On fire from the start, Brady connected with Wes Welker for an 8-yard score less than two minutes into the game. From there, Brady hit Rob Gronkowski for three scores and Deion Branch for another.

Brady's masterful performance has paced the Patriots to a 35-7 lead going into halftime and leaves him one touchdown pass away from tying the mark for most touchdown passes in a postseason game.

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