Pats 35, Chargers 21 Patriots sharp again, outlast Chargers in home opener ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis/Globe Staff Vince Wilfork (center) and the Patriots danced to a 35-21 win against the Chargers yesterday in the home opener. Jim Davis/Globe Staff After the win, Chad Ochocinco shared a moment with a member of the "End Zone Militia." Jim Rogash/Getty Images Patriots QB Tom Brady became just the seventh person to throw for more than 400 yards in consecutive weeks. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Brady connected with Rob Gronkowski, shown at the goal line, for two of his three scoring passes. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Deion Branch had a team-high eight catches for 129 yards. Charles Krupa/AP Brady was flipped on his head after being hit hard by Cam Thomas in the second half. Charles Krupa/AP The Patriots intercepted Chargers QB Philip Rivers twice and forced San Diego into four turnovers. Elsa/Getty Images Ochocinco made his first significant contribution with the Patriots with two catches for 45 yards. Stephan Savoia/AP Aaron Hernandez needed a breather in the end zone after nabbing a first-quarter touchdown. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Drew Bledsoe, center, with fellow enshrinee Jon Morris, was honored by the Patriots as a new member of the team's Hall of Fame. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Brady extended his streak of regular season wins at home to 29.