A game-by-game look at the Indianapolis Colts’ record 23-game regular-season winning streak, which ended with Sunday’s 29-15 loss to the Jets: Nov. 2, 2008 COLTS 18, PATRIOTS 15INDIANAPOLIS – With Tom Brady out, Peyton Manning still trying to get in sync and the Colts off to an uncharacteristic 3-4 start, Indy desperately needed a win. Manning delivered by throwing for 254 yards and two TDs, and the Colts forced two turnovers. Kicker Adam Vinatieri, the ex-Patriot who is still the franchise’s career scoring leader, made a 52-yard field goal with 6:55 left to beat his former team. It was Vinatieri’s longest field goal since Nov. 10, 2002. Nov. 9, 2008 COLTS 24, STEELERS 20PITTSBURGH – Indy’s winning streak never would have started if the Colts hadn’t ended a 12-game losing streak, including the preseason, at Pittsburgh. Manning capitalized on Tim Jennings’ interception by throwing a 17-yard TD pass to Dominic Rhodes with 3:04 left. It was the only lead Indy had all day, and when Melvin Bullitt picked off Ben Roethlisberger’s throw in the end zone as time expired, the Colts had their first win in Pittsburgh since 1968. Nov. 16, 2008 COLTS 33, TEXANS 27INDIANAPOLIS – The masterful Manning… Read full this story
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