(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - The Indianapolis Colts are 6-and-3 and can pull off their biggest upset of the season with a win at the New England Patriots Sunday.
The rivalry will again feature two marquee quarterbacks, but with Andrew Luck replacing Peyton Manning under center.
Tom Brady is performing at an MVP level with over 2,600 yards passing and eighteen touchdowns versus his three interceptions.
Brady's offense might be crippled in Foxborough Sunday with Wes Welker sitting or playing in a limited role. Welker missed practice yesterday for the second time this week with an ankle injury, leaving his status against the Pats decade old rival questionable.
The Colts are down starting corners Vontae Davis and Jerraud Powers but may have found an upgrade at the position following last Thursday's win against the Jaguars. Robert Mathis and Donald Brown were held out of practice yesterday but should see action this weekend against the Patriots.
Kickoff from Gilette Stadium is at 4:25.
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