DÚjÓ Vu: Indianapolis Colts Stymie Houston Texans on the Road Again

Posted: 29th November 2009 by Nick Mordowanec in NFL
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Is it just me, or do you expect the Indianapolis Colts to always come back from big deficits? á Whether you do or you donÆt, it always seems to happen. SundayÆs contest between the still-undefeated Colts and Houston Texans was even more entertaining to watch than last yearÆs game. á You remember last yearÆs game in Houston, donÆt you? á The Colts were down 17 points in the second half and seemed to be on the edge of losing to their young AFC South rivals. But Peyton Manning threw a touchdown, Robert Mathis forced a fumble on then-quarterback Sage Rosenfels and Gary Brackett ran back a Rosenfels fumble caused by a helicopter-like hit in mid-air. á It was a near-epic collapseàuntil now. á The Colts came out Sunday as if they were sleepwalking, going through the motions and making ...

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