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Patriots at Colts Results on NFL Week 11

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Sunday, 18 November 2012 23:00

New England Patriots against Indianapolis Colts Results on Week 11The first assault of the new rivalry between the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts went to the first emphatically. The Patriots scored in all three phases of the game and defeated the Colts went about fighting but not resist the passage of the premises. The final score was 59-24.

Andrew Luck is having a great rookie season and at times fought blow for blow with Tom Brady, but eventually gave Colts quarterback three interceptions that were part of the difference. Luck completed 27 of 50 attempts for 334 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions. Meanwhile Brady threw for just under yards, 331, complete in 24 of 35 attempts with three touchdowns without an interception.

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The Colts started winning with a run of Delone Carter a yard into the end zone. Brady and company responded with the first of two touchdown passes to tight end Rob Gronkowski, who became the first position player to have three consecutive seasons with 10 touchdown receptions. Luck said finding T.Y. Hilton 14-yard pass to restore the advantage. The rookie receiver was the preferred weapon of Luck with 100 yards on six receptions and two touchdowns.

The Patriots turned the game in the second quarter using all facets of the game and no longer would release ahead. Julian Edelman returned a punt 68 yards to the end zone and then the newcomer Aqib Talib intercepted the first overall pick, returning the ball 59 yards for another touchdown. In the second half Edelman scored his second touchdown, this two yards per catch and scored from 24 yards Gronkowski to leave the game virtually decided. Alfonzo Dennard intercepted Luck also and returned 87 yards for the score 45-17 in the fourth quarter. Hilton scored on 43-yard pass from Luck, but the Patriots got a pair of touchdowns from Stevan Ridley and Shane Vereen to elevate New England to 59 points, the highest total in franchise history, tying it done in 2009 to the Tennessee Titans.

So, the Patriots (7-3) spun their fourth straight win and are now preparing to be measured to the New York Jets on Thanksgiving Day while the Colts (6-4) saw a streak of four consecutive wins but finished still are well positioned in the race for the wild card and host the Buffalo Bills in Week 12.

 
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