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The Colts franchise seems to attract miracle kicks, doesn't it?
This one occurred in 2006. After leading most of the game, the Colts allowed a fourth quarter Vince Young touchdown pass and fell behind 17-14.
Manning responded late in the quarter, driving the Colts to the Titans' three yard line, before an Adam Vinatieri field goal tied the game at 17.
The Titans started their final drive at their own 25 yard line, and moved the ball only 33 yards downfield. Overtime was inevitable, right?
Not exactly. Luckily for Tennessee, the wind was at the back of their kicker, Rob Bironas, as he lined up for a last-ditch field goal, 60 yards from the goal posts.
Bironas later kicked a 56 yard field goal in 2007, so he does have a strong leg. But the Colts seemingly had this game in hand.
In fact, they had an apparent touchdown pass to Ben Utecht nullified due to a penalty late in the fourth quarter.
The Colts followed up this performance with a blowout loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, but later rebounded to win Super Bowl XLI.