All it took was a trip to Atlanta for Peyton
Manning and the Indianapolis Colts to resume their Super Bowl
Manning threw three touchdown passes, Antonio Gonzalez had 105
yards receiving and the defending Super Bowl champions rallied from
a quick 10-0 deficit to beat the hapless Falcons 31-13.
Indianapolis is 9-and-2. It had struggled the past three weeks,
losing twice and pulling out a lackluster win over Kansas City at
But the 3-and-8 Falcons were no match for Manning. He threw all
three of his TD passes in the second quarter, going 23 yards to
Reggie Wayne, 8 yards to Dallas Clark and 5 yards to Ben Utecht.
Manning was 22-for-32 for 272 yards.