Found December 05, 2011 on Boston.com:
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FOXBOROUGH - Let’s try to put it in relative terms for the visiting Colts: Watching Tom Brady operate the Patriots’ no-huddle offense in yesterday’s 31-24 victory at Gillette Stadium had to be like watching the start of the Indianapolis 500.
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