Tom Brady's Patriots beat Peyton Manning and the defending Super Bowl champion Colts 24-20 in the first meeting of undefeated teams this late in an NFL season.
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Joseph Addai registered the first double-triple in Colts' franchise history with 112 yards on the ground and 114 yards receiving, including a 73-yard score on a short pass from Manning.
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Antoine Bethea intercepts a pass intended for Donte' Stallworth at the Colts' 2 late in the first half.
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Despite throwing two picks, Tom Brady came through late in the game, throwing for 153 of his 255 yards and two of his three touchdown passes in the fourth quarter.
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Randy Moss makes a leaping, one-handed grab across the middle that left both teammates and fans in awe during the third quarter. The Colts were unable to contain Moss, who caught nine passes for 145 yards and a touchdown.
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Moss catches a 55-yard pass down to the 3-yard line midway through the fourth quarter.
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A 13-yard touchdown reception by Kevin Faulk capped the Patriots fourth-quarter rally.
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With the Colts down four and driving late in the game, Jarvis Green (97) poked the ball loose from Manning and it fluttered right into the arms of linebacker Roosevelt Colvin (59), effectively sealing a Pats victory.
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Peyton Manning fumbled on third down in each of the Colts' final two drives of the game.
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