10 fast facts from Patriots' win

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Ten fast facts from the Patriots' 31-14 victory over the Jets Sunday at Gillette Stadium:

1. Wes Welker's 15 receptions set the team record for most catches in a non-overtime game. The franchise record for most catches in a game is 16, set by Troy Brown on Sept. 22, 2002 against Kansas City.

2. Welker's 192 receiving yards set a career high and is the third-best total in the 50-year history of the Patriots franchise. The 192 receiving yards are the most in team history in a home game.

3. Welker registered his fourth game this season with 10 or more catches. The NFL record for most 10-plus reception games in a season is seven, set by Houston's Andre Johnson in 2008.

4. Leigh Bodden's three interceptions tie the franchise record. The feat has been accomplished on nine occasions, most recently by Asante Samuel (Nov. 26, 2006 vs. Chicago).

5. Bodden's interception return for a touchdown was the first in his seven-year career and his second touchdown. He had scored his first TD on a blocked field goal in 2005 while playing for the Browns.

6. Quarterback Tom Brady totaled 310 passing yards, giving him five straight 300-yard performances.

7. Brady finished the game with 3,049 passing yards for the season, tying Drew Bledsoe's team record for most 3,000-yard seasons with seven.

8. Brady has 29,495 career passing yards, and needs only 163 to pass Bledsoe's franchise record.

9. Bill Belichick won his 160th game (including playoffs), becoming in the 15th head coach in NFL history to reach the mark.

10. Laurence Maroney scored a touchdown for the fifth straight game, which ties the third longest streak in New England history.