Regular Season Week 13
Indianapolis Colts (0-11)
New England Patriots (8-3)
1 p.m. (EST), Sunday, December 4, 2011, Gillette Stadium
The Indianapolis Colts will battle the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in a Week 13 contest. The meeting will mark the 11th game between the two teams (including playoffs) dating back to 2003. The Patriots hold a 43-28 regular season series advantage, which includes a 23-12 record in games played in Foxborough. Indianapolis has faired well recently in the series as the Colts have won four of the last six regular season contests. Last year in Foxborough, Indianapolis mounted a second half charge against New England, but could not complete the comeback as the Patriots claimed a 31-28 victory.
The Colts fell to Carolina, 27-19, in a Week 12 match-up at Lucas Oil Stadium. Reggie Wayne posted his highest receiving total of the season with 122 yards and one touchdown while Donald Brown led the ground attack with 80 yards and one touchdown on 14 carries. The Patriots defeated the Philadelphia Eagles, 38-20, at Lincoln Financial Field. Quarterback Tom Brady completed 24-of-34 passes for 361 yards and three touchdowns in the victory.
In Week 14, Indianapolis will travel to Baltimore to face the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. The Colts then return to Lucas Oil Stadium for the last two home games of the year.
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