October 7th, 2007: Patriots 34, Browns 17
After a three-year break from playing Cleveland, the Patriots picked up right where they left off in 2004 by doubling up the Browns. This was by far Brady’s best game against the Browns, as he tossed for 265 yards, three touchdowns and no picks on 22 of 38 passing.
In addition to another Randall Gay scoop-and-score, the Patriots were fueled by a pair of Ben Watson touchdown catches. Brady also hit Donte Stallworth for six points.
Junior Seau came up big for the Pats in this game, snagging a pair of interceptions; Asante Samuel also posted an interception, one of 10 for him that season.
This marked the fifth of eight straight double-digit win differentials for the Patriots at the beginning of the 2007 season. Absolutely no one could slow them down in the first half of that year, and no one could stop them until… well, you know.
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