Although we already know this - I didnt realize the Pats "D" was on the field for 80 snaps... "Technically it's called the no-huddle. Dominic Rhodes, the Colts' heavy-duty running back, calls it the Quick. Ryan Lilja, the 290-pound left guard, calls it "our Lightning offense." It wore out the Patriots in the AFC title game on Sunday. It kept the New England defense on the field for 80 snaps -- and the coup de grace was administered by the power running game. The Colts did the same thing to the Ravens in the divisional round, finishing the game with 10 of 12 running plays. They dominated a defense that was supposed to be impregnable. "Everybody gets tired playing against it," Lilja says. "You see guys lying down, faking injuries to slow us down. You see people taking themselves out of the game to catch their breath."