The New England Patriots dismantled the Jacksonville Jaguars beating them 51-17, Sunday at Gillette Stadium.To look at some thoughts on the first half of action, click here.

Now for some final thoughts on New England's 34 point win.

Scoring On Demand- The Patriots had the ball for 10 drives throughout the game and came away with a field goal or touchdown nine times. In fact, the only drive New England didn't score on was their final drive where all they did was take a knee and let the clock run out. So in all reality, the Pats scored every time they touched the ball today. Here's the breakdown of the first nine:

  1. TD
  2. Field Goal
  3. Field Goal
  4. TD
  5. Field Goal
  6. TD
  7. TD
  8. TD
  9. TD

If that's not dominant, I don't know what is. To take it a step further, you can make a case that the Pats left points on the field multiple times on the game as they settled for field goals in the red zone a couple of times.

Brady On Fire- Part of New England's dominance was due to the play of their quarterback,Tom Brady, who entered the 400 TD club in the first half. The 38-year-old finished today's game going 33-42 for 358 yards and two passing touchdowns. That puts his current season totals, through three games, at 96 completions for 1,112 yards passing and nine touchdowns and zero picks. Brady also stayed on the field until the Pats' final drive in which they sat on the ball and let the clock run out. I think its safe to say he's going for blood this year, after the NFL's mudslinging over the off season.

Blount Is Back- LaGarrette Blount, who missed week one due to suspension and played very sparingly last week against the Bills, was back on display today and looked strong. Blount carried the ball 18 times for 78 yards and three goal line scores on the day. He also caught one pass for 14 yards as well. Having him back in the fold with Dion Lewis makes the Patriots backfield a truly creative and tantalizing unit that could carry the offense if needed.

New Guy Making Plays- Recently acquired wide receiver Keshawn Martin was active for the first time as a Patriot today and seemed to connect well with Brady. Martin caught all three passes that came his way for a total of 33 yards, including a touchdown reception in the second half. Top receivers Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola also had strong days as they combined for 13 catches on 16 targets for 124 yards and a score.

Gronk Goes Over 100 Again- Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski had another quality outing making for catches for 101 yards on the game. That marked Gronk's 17th career 100-yard receiving game and extended his franchise record for the tight end position, according to ESPN's Mike Reiss.

Gostkowski's Golden Leg- New England kicker Stephen Gostkowski was perfect again on the day, knocking all three of his field goal attempts through the goal posts. More significantly, though, was that Gostkowski also set the record for most consecutive extra pouint attempts made with 423 in a row, according to Reiss.

Third Down Efficiency- New England also dominated on third down today, converting 11 of 14 attempts today. Winning on third down usually correlates nicely with winning on the scoreboard.

Secondary Struggles- If there's one negative to take away from today's game its that the Pats secondary didn't look very good today. Against a young, unproven quarterback in Blake Bortles the secondary gave up 242 passing yards and two scores. The secondary needs to get better as they've definitely been the weak link on the team through the first three games.

All in all, the Pats had their way with the less talented Jaguar team today, making quick work of the AFC South opponent. While there are still some questions in the secondary, this team looks too good to be stopped right now. This week they'll have a bye, which should be a relief for the rest of the NFL and will give them a chance to re-evaluate the defensive backfield. Their next action will be in two weeks as they travel to Dallas to take on the injury riddled Cowboys in what should be another Patriots win.

To check out all of the game's stats, click here.