Forgive me if this has already been discussed, but it seems to me that the Colts strategy will be to avoid a shoot-out as best they can. I'm over simplifying, but the more a team can keep the ball out of Brady's hands the better. I suspect they'd prefer to see a game in which the Patriots have as few posessions as possible - which means they should employ a ball control offense that keeps the ball in their possession as long as possible, keeping the score within striking distance at all times. So for me, stopping Addai, rather than stopping Manning or Dallas Clark etc will be the key to the game for the Patriots. Do others see it this way too?