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Brandon LaFell had just one target before hauling in an 11-yard touchdown pass.

Tom Brady is now the first quarterback in NFL history with 50 postseason touchdown throws, five more than Joe Montana and 40 more than the opposing quarterback in today’s Super Bowl, Russell Wilson.

Brady’s first playoff touchdown — an eight-yard strike to David Patten — was back in 2001 against the St. Louis Rams. David Givens has caught the most from Brady with seven. Rob Gronkowski has five.