You could see this one coming. The winless St. Louis Rams were no match for an unbeaten Indianapolis team that moved the ball seemingly at will. Peyton Manning fell short of a record sixth straight 300-yard passing game, but still threw for three scores as the Colts blew out the Rams 42-6 at the Edward Jones Dome. "Against a team that's led by Peyton Manning, the one thing you know you have to do is score points," said Rams right end Randy McMichael. "They're going to score their points, and you've got to score, too. We didn't do that." The Colts scored a pair of touchdowns on their first two possessions to take a 14-3 lead and never looked back. The Colts' 15th consecutive regular-season victory was also the 17th straight loss for the Rams. "We got our butts kicked, and it's as simple as ...
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