Brady set a record with his 10th career postseason game with three TD passes. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
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The Super Bowl champion New England Patriots beat the Tennessee Titans 35-14 Saturday to move within one win of a return to the NFL's championship showcase. But the Atlanta Falcons, the team the Patriots stunned in last season's Super Bowl, won't get a shot at redemption after falling 15-10 to the Philadelphia Eagles.Another milestone night for superstar quarterback Tom Brady saw the Patriots roll past the Titans and into their seventh straight American Football Conference title game. The Patriots responded with a vengeance, with three second-quarter touchdowns giving them a 21-7 halftime lead that they stretched to 35-7 before the Titans tacked on another touchdown in the fourth quarter.Brady completed 35 of 53 passes for 337 yards and three touchdowns as he set an NFL record with his 10th career postseason game with three TD passes.
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