Halfway through the first quarter, Tom Brady threw a touchdown pass to his tight end Rob Gronkowski, a six-yard pass that put the duo in the record books.

Since he entered the league in 2010, no passer-receiver duo has more touchdowns than Brady and Gronkowski, with only the Saints’ connection of Drew Brees and Jimmy Graham coming close.

Perhaps even more impressive is that in just three and a half years, Brady and Gronkowski are now tied for 20th in touchdowns among any passer/receiver combo since the merger of 1970, including just three behind Dallas legends Troy Aikman and Michael Irvin (49) and Pittsburgh greats Terry Bradshaw and Lynn  Swan (49).

They still have a long way to go to catch the all-time scoring tandem of Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison, who combined for 112 touchdowns from 1998 to 2008 in Indianapolis.