Tom Brady and Peyton Manning traded blows, but in the end, it was Brady and the Pats getting the best of Manning and the Colts. Of course, Manning didn't help himself late, either. With the Colts trailing by a field goal and marching into Patriots territory, he threw his third interception of the day to James Sanders, sealing the win for the Patriots.
New England likely feels pretty good following the win, picking up its second impressive win in as many weeks after going to Pittsburgh and giving the Steelers a beat down last Sunday night.
The Patriots offense continued to click, with the running game stealing the show on Sunday. BenJarvus Green-Ellis ran for 96 yards and a touchdown, part of a 168-yard effort for the Patriots as a team on the ground.