The Latest: Brady, Pats dominating Titans 28-7 in 2nd half

The Latest on the NFL playoffs on divisional weekend (all times EST):

10:45 p.m.

The Patriots have run off 28 straight points against the Tennessee Titans in their AFC playoff game. Brandon Bolden ran for a 2-yard score to give New England a 28-7 lead late in the third quarter.

Since taking a 7-0 lead in the first quarter, the Titans have punted five times and turned the ball over on downs once.

— Jimmy Golen reporting from Foxborough, Massachusetts.


10:40 p.m.

Injury updates from New England: Titans tight end Jonnu Smith needed a cart to get off the field after a third-quarter kickoff. He could not put any weight on his leg as he climbed into the cart.

Patriots lineman LaAdrian Waddle has a knee injury and his return was questionable.

— Jimmy Golen reporting from Foxborough, Massachusetts.


10:35 p.m.

Rob Gronkowski is third on the NFL’s all-time list for postseason receiving yards by a tight end.

Gronk caught a 27-yard pass from Tom Brady midway through the third quarter to give him 815 yards receiving in his career. That passed Shannon Sharpe for No. 3 on the career list. Dallas Clark is first with 847 yards.

— Jimmy Golen reporting from Foxborough, Massachusetts.


10:30 p.m.

Both teams are down a right tackle in the AFC playoff game in New England.

Early in the second half, Patriots lineman LaAdrian Waddle limped off the field to the sideline. There was no immediate information about his condition. Tennessee’s Jack Conklin left in the first quarter. The Titans say he had a leg injury and will not return.

— Jimmy Golen reporting from Foxborough, Massachusetts.


10 p.m.

The Patriots took a 21-7 lead into halftime in their AFC playoff game against Tennessee, but it could have been worse.

After the Titans went for it on fourth-and-1 from the New England 46 — and lost 5 yards — the Patriots got the ball just over midfield with 17 seconds left.

That was enough for Tom Brady to run three plays. On the third, he hit Danny Amendola for an 11-yard gain in the middle of the field before the receiver went down to kill the clock with 1 second remaining.

But Stephen Gostkowski’s 53-yard field goal attempt was wide left.

It was the only time the Titans stopped the Patriots in the second quarter, when New England rallied from a 7-0 deficit with three straight touchdowns.

— Jimmy Golen reporting from Foxborough, Massachusetts.


9:45 p.m.

Tom Brady has his second touchdown pass of the game, connecting with Chris Hogan from 4 yards to give the Patriots a…

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