INDIANAPOLIS - Peyton Manning spent one half deciphering
the Houston defense.
He spent the final two quarters cutting it up.
The two-time league MVP led Indianapolis on four straight
scoring drives in the second half, wiping out two Houston leads and
giving the Colts a badly needed 33-27 victory Sunday.
Indy (6-4) won its third straight, a season-best, as it stayed
near the top of the muddled mass battling for the AFC's two
For Manning, it seemed like old times. He took advantage of
every opportunity, finished 30-of-46 for 320 yards with two
touchdowns and magnificently mixed the run and pass in the second
half when Houston (3-7) couldn't keep up with the Colts.
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