Just over five minutes remain in the first half and Blount has already scored three rushing touchdowns, which ties a Patriots team record for a single postseason game. The Colts are doing a good job stopping Blount outside of the red zone, but have no answer for him inside of it -- they've allowed a trio of two-yard scores.
The Patriots have used a consistent attack to jump out to an early 14-point lead. It involves utilizing Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola on crossing routes with an emphasis on yards after the catch, then transitioning to a North-South running game where Blount becomes the focus.
This offensive approach is turning the Saturday night playoff game into a shootout, and it's unclear whether or not the Colts have enough reliable receivers to keep up.