Patriots Blow out Texans on MNF
The Patriots' offense, led by Tom Brady's four touchdowns, started hot and the Texans never recovered for a final score of 42-14 on Monday Night Football.
You'd better believe Tom Brady just entered the MVP debate.— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) December 11, 2012
Belichick waves to the New England fans as the Patriots hold on to win it. Lots of talk earlier about this being a potential playoff matchup. We'll see if these teams meet again in a few weeks.
Houston gets ball back as Ryan Mallet is picked off by Shiloh Keo.
Stevan Ridley's Rush TD gives Patriots a 10-TD runner in each of last 3 seasons. Had no such players in previous 3 seasons (2007-09).— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) December 11, 2012
With Brady out of this game, this record will stand tonight.
Ryan Mallett enters the game for the Patriots. 5:09 remaining. Patriots lead 42-7.— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) December 11, 2012
Tonight's starting QB comparison.
T.J. Yates now in at QB for the Texans.
Stevan Ridley kicks open the door after his TD run.
A blowout in Foxboro. Stevan Ridley with the 14-yard TD.
A poor defensive night for the Texans.
At 35-7, let's get Wes Welker off the punt return team. As I'm typing this, ESPN is running a commercial about Welker being doubtful. Irony.— Elliot Harrison (@Harrison_NFL) December 11, 2012
A pretty sad set of drives for Houston tonight.
Another punt for the Texans.
The Texans force a fumble and the Patriots recover in the end zone for a TD. Just that type of night for Houston.— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 11, 2012
Danny Woodhead has the ball knocked out... only to have it picked up by Brandon Lloyd in the endzone. Some nights, everything just goes your way.
Tom Brady is fired up after picking up a 1st down with his legs.
After three, the Patriots still have a 21-point lead and are driving.
Texans D vs Brady, Rodgers and P.Manning: 12 TD passes allowed, 0 interceptions— Jason Cole (@JasonColeYahoo) December 11, 2012
Yet another record held by Tom Brady and Bill Belichick.
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