Nov. 15, 2009: Colts 35, Patriots 34: This will be known forever as the “fourth-and-2” game. The Patriots faced fourth and 2 on their own 28, and coach Bill Belichick decided to go for it in an attempt to seal the victory, but Brady's pass to Kevin Faulk (pictured being stopped short) didn't get the yardage, and the Colts used the two minutes remaining to hammer home the winning touchdown with just seconds left. The Patriots dominated the second quarter to pull ahead by 10 at halftime and went up, 31-14, in the fourth quarter when Randy Moss caught his second touchdown. The Colts answered with two touchdowns while allowing only a field goal to set up the decisive situation. Manning's 1-yard TD pass to Reggie Wayne completed the comeback, and the Colts improved to 9-0 on the season.