Colts vs. Patriots final score, takeaways: Tom Brady makes history as Patriots thrash Colts

At 41 years old, no one would have been surprised if Tom Brady looked sluggish playing a game on just three days rest, but that’s not what happened on Thursday. Instead, Brady basically put together a three-hour informercial for the TB12 method. 

Whatever is powering Brady is working, because the Patriots quarterback was the best player on the field as New England rolled to a 38-24 home win over the Colts on “Thursday Night Football.” Brady was nearly perfect in the game, going 34 of 44 for 341 yards and three touchdowns. (He also threw two interceptions, but we’re not going to count those against him, and we’ll tell you why later.)

Not even short rest could slow Brady down as he came out firing against the Colts. On New England’s opening possession Brady went 9 of 9 for 78 yards. Fittingly, Brady used his first pass of the game to welcome back Julian Edelman from his four-game suspension. In his first appearance of the season, Edelman opened things up by catching a nine-yard pass on the first play from scrimmage. 

Edelman then proceeded to finish the game with a total of seven catches for 57 yards. 

“We wanted to get him involved and he made some great plays,” Brady said of

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