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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Shine a spotlight on Tom Brady and he makes nearly everyone else disappear.
Especially opposing defenses.
Brady doesn't lose many big games, certainly not at home and definitely not with so much on the line. He threw for four touchdowns and 326 yards Monday night in New England's 45-3 romp past the New York Jets for his NFL-record 26th straight regular-season home victory.
It was the most anticipated matchup of the year — and it was a rout from the outset.
"We don't listen to the hype," Brady said. "I don't think we ever have. We really take after our coach (Bill Belichick), and he says 'When you win, say little. When you lose, say less.'"
Instead, Brady said it all with yet another magnificent performance. The three-time Super Bowl champion surpassed Brett Favre's mark for consecutive wins in the comforts of his own stadium, lifting the Patriots (10-2) to the best record in the AFC. If this was for bragging rights in the conference, Rex Ryan and the Jets (9-3) will have to be silent for a while.
"I came in here to kick his butt," Ryan said of Belichick, "and he kicked mine. There are a zillion things to correct."
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