When the New England Patriots beat the Tennessee Titans 59-0 in week six, it was a sight to behold. You knew you were watching a highly talented offense firing in perfect harmony on all cylinders. They were working so well together that they had put up 45 points by halftime and the full 59 by the end of the third quarter.á There were a lot of amazing topics of discussion to come away with after a game like this, such as Tom Brady'sáfive second quarter touchdown passes or Randy Moss and Wes Welker catching two TDs apiece.á But as I sit here this afternoon, there's just one fact that has been boggling my mind:á The New England Patriots managed to put up 59 points in three quarters, whereas the St. Louis Rams didn't surpass 59 points in the season until the third quarter of their seventh ...
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