By Shaun Church
Like its NFC counterpart, the AFC Championship Game is a rematch between teams that played each other during the regular season. In Week 11, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots visited Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts, beating up on the home team, 42-20.
Brady had little to do with the scoring, though he did toss a pair of touchdowns to tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Tim Wright.
Most of the damage on the scoreboard was done by relatively unknowns running back Jonas Gray, who stunned the Indy defense by rushing 37 times for 201 yards (5.4 yards per carry) and four touchdowns – the first four touchdowns of his three-year career. He was magnificent early and late, scoring in all four quarters to help the Patriots pull away from the Colts.
The two teams will meet again on Sunday night to determine…
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