Story from Associated Press:

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Tom Brady had two touchdown runs and moved ahead of Peyton Manning for second place on the NFL’s all-time passing yards list as the New England Patriots pulled away for a 35-14 victory over the New York Giants on Thursday night.

The reigning Super Bowl champion Patriots also returned a blocked punt for a touchdown and forced four turnovers, including a fumble return for a score, to move to 6-0 for the first time since time since 2015.

Brady finished 31 of 41 for 334 yards and an interception. Julian Edelman had his second straight 100-yard receiving game, catching nine passes for 113 yards. Giants rookie Daniel Jones had three interceptions on the night, finishing 15 of 31 for 161 yards.

New England has now won 19 straight games against a first or second-year quarterback, the longest streak in NFL history.

Despite struggling to move the ball for most of the game, New York (2-4) had the ball trailing 21-14 with 8:43 left in the fourth quarter.

Jones completed a pass to running back Jon Hilliman, who was hit in the backfield by Patriots linebacker Jamie Collins, forcing a fumble. The ball was recovered by Kyle Van Noy, who sprinted 22 yards and stretched the ball to the pylon for the touchdown.

Here are the highlights from the game:

1st Quarter… Simon intercepts Daniel Jones, 0-0

1st Quarter… Jenkins intercepts Tom Brady, 0-0

1st Quarter… Patriots block a punt and Chase Winovich recovers for a TD, 7-0 Patriots

2nd Quarter… Harmon intercepts Daniel Jones, 7-0 Patriots

2nd Quarter… Bolden 1-yard TD run, 14-0 Patriots

2nd Quarter… Jones 64-yard TD pass to Golden Tate, 14-7 Patriots

2nd Quarter… Brady fumble returned by Markus Golden 42 yards for a TD, 14-14

2nd Quarter… Brady 1-yard TD run, 21-14 Patriots

3rd Quarter… Gilmore intercepts Daniel Jones (3rd INT of the game), 21-14 Patriots

3rd Quarter… Nugent missed FG, 21-14 Patriots

4th Quarter… Hilliman fumble returned by Kyle Van Noy 22 yards for a TD, 28-14 Patriots

4th Quarter… Brady 1-yard TD run, 35-14 Patriots

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