Colts-49ers: Trickery a Day After Halloween Helps Colts Remain Unbeaten

Posted: 2nd November 2009 by Eddie Garrison in NFL
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158.3 is a perfect quarterback rating in the NFL. That was the rating for theáplayer who threw the go-ahead touchdown for the Colts. However, it was not Peyton Manning. Nope, it was running back (former high school quarterback) Joseph Addai. The first time a passing touchdown has been thrown by someone other than Manning in hisátenure in Indyásince Ken Dilger did itáin 2001. Another first for Peyton Manning also happened in this game. He was held to zero touchdown passes. ThatÆs rightùfor the first time since Nov. 30, 2008, Manning was held without a throwing touchdown in a game. He left that duty on Sunday to the high school All-American quarterback, Addai. It was Addai's first career passing TD as a pro, and the result was perfect. Reggie Wayne stretched himself out at the end line ...

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