Jan. 21, 2007: Colts 38, Patriots 34: The Colts made it three straight in the AFC Championship game. The Patriots got off to a 21-3 start before Manning brought the Colts back. The teams exchanged scores until Manning led Indianapolis down the field on an 80-yard drive to put them up for good. Brady had one minute to try to steal a win for the Patriots, but an interception sealed the victory for the Colts. Indianapolis went on to defeat the Bears in Super Bowl XLI. Former Patriot Dan Klecko (61) spiked the ball after scoring a second-half touchdown that tied the score 21-21.