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Christopher L. Gasper

Patriots took control with no-huddle attack

FOXBOROUGH — If you blinked you missed Brady-Manning XIII, at least the portion of it when the Patriots’ offense was on the field.

The only thing missing from the New England attack in a 31-21 victory over the Denver Broncos Sunday was a pace car. It must have gotten lost on the way to Gillette Stadium. Brady and the Patriots employed a blistering no-huddle attack for the first three quarters and then held on in the fourth quarter, when Peyton Manning finally got the Broncos’ offense up to speed.

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