Colts, Pats Stay Perfect as Matchup Looms
Manning breaks Unitas' Colts record; Brady notches 5 TDs
By Jesse Andrews,  Newser User
Posted Oct 28, 2007 10:47 PM CDT
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick waits to congratulate quarterback Tom Brady after Brady ran for his second touchdown of the game during the third quarter of the Patriots 52-7 win over the...   (Associated Press)
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(Newser) – New England and Indianapolis guaranteed a rare Week 9 clash of unbeatens, as the two best teams in the NFL routed their opponents. Colts quarterback Peyton Manning threw two scores; his second gave him 288 for his Colts career, breaking Johnny Unitas's record. Patriots signal-caller Tom Brady tossed three and ran for an uncharacteristic two more.

Bridget Moynahan's baby-daddy, in his first year with gamebreakers Randy Moss and Wes Welker, is on pace for 60 touchdowns this season, which would torch Manning's single-season record. New England's 52-7 win over Washington has them averaging over 40 points per game; Indianapolis (31-7 against Carolina) is allowing less than 15.