Broncos vs. Colts: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
The Indianapolis Colts are currently hosting the Denver Broncos at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The Broncos and Peyton Manning will attempt to stay undefeated with the game, while the Colts try to keep a stranglehold on the AFC South at 4-2.
And that is the game. What a crazy, wild, exhausting night.
Colts win 39-33, and move to 5-2, while the Broncos fall to 6-1.
Field goal by Denver puts the Broncos within six, but there's just 12 seconds left. Onside kick coming.
With a Ronnie Hillman fumble near the goalline, the Colts may have iced this game, holding the ball with under three minutes left.
The Colts are unable to move the ball, but the damage is done. Adam Vinatieri hits the 42-yard field goal to go up by nine points.
A pressure by Erik Walden forces an interception by Pat Angerer, and the Colts have a chance to ice the game.
A couple pick plays on third down set the Broncos up for a Knowshon Moreno touchdown run, and the Broncos make it a one-score game. 36-30 Indianapolis
Critical fumble by Trent Richardson in Indianapolis territory sets Denver up to make this a one score game.
A juggling Decker catch and a throw on the move by Peyton Manning sets up a touchdown, as the Broncos close the lead to 36-23.
Another field goal for the Colts, as Adam Vinatieri hits a 52-yarder to put the Colts up by three possessions (36-17).
Andrew Luck has 4 TD today (combining rushing and passing), matching his most in a game (last season vs Lions)— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 21, 2013
After a 9-yard run by Andrew Luck, the Colts enter the fourth quarter up 33-17 with the ball.
Denver is forced to take a field goal after a controversial incomplete ruling on first down. Colts lead 33-17
Darius Butler is back in the game for Indianapolis, but the Broncos are in the red zone for the third time today.
With the last sack, Robert Mathis has 11.5 on the season.
Luck for the touchdown.
And Andrew Luck adds to his legendary performance with a 10-yard run as the Colts go up 33-14.
Denver's last six possessions: 21 plays, 24 yards.— Derek Schultz (@Schultz1260) October 21, 2013
Darius Butler is down for Indianapolis after knocking down a ball intended for Wes Welker. Losing Butler would be a blow to Indianapolis. Butler has kept Welker out of the game all night.
Denver came into today leading the NFL w/ 173 1st downs (28.8 a game, top in NFL). Colts D has forced six 3 & outs. Denver just 7 1st downs— Kevin Bowen (@KBowenColts) October 21, 2013
The Colts are forced to punt, but stay aggressive with a deep shot to T.Y. Hilton that just missed.
Peyton Manning the offensive coordinator needs to talk to Peyton Manning the quarterback and figure things out.— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) October 21, 2013
The Colts have done a phenomenal job of flipping field position today. The Broncos pinned inside their own 20 once again.
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