Colts Break Records With 28-16 Victory Over Denver

Colts break records with 28-16 victory over Denver

Even Peyton Manning's inconsistency couldn't derail history for the Indianapolis Colts. Or preserve the NFL records of New England and San Francisco. Manning was sensational, throwing three TD passes in the first 23 minutes, then mediocre, getting picked off three times in the Colts' 28-16 victory over Denver for their 22nd consecutive regular-season win.

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