Remember Manning and his 49 TD. All the hype around his performance. Then everybody thinked he was unstoppable. then the game: AFC: New England Patriots 20, Indianapolis Colts 3 at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts Game time: 4:30 p.m. EST Game weather: 25 Â°F (Cloudy, snow) TV announcers (CBS): Jim Nantz and Phil Simms Referee: Bill Carollo Game Attendance: 68,756 In a snowstorm, quarterback Tom Brady and the Patriots dismantled the league's highest scoring team by holding them to just 3 points, their lowest point total since their opening game of the 2003 season. Peyton Manning suffered his seventh loss in Foxborough, even though he had more yards passing than Brady did in the game. The Patriots limited Manning to 238 passing yards with 1 interception and no touchdowns, and Edgerrin James to just 39 rushing yards. The Patriots also held possession of the ball for 37:43, including 21:26 in the second half and recording three long scoring drives that each took over 7 minutes off the clock. New England running back Corey Dillon, playing in his first career playoff game after suffering through 7 losing seasons as a member of the Cincinnati Bengals, rushed for 144 yards and caught 5 passes for 17 yards. ---According to me, Tomlinson he's less dominant than Manning was but he is better surrounded. I think BB have only answer. I remember that before this game, he challenges his player that he have gameplan to keep the Colts at only 9 points..