Indianapolis Colts lead Denver Broncos by 12 points at half time at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Indianapolis Colts hold a 26-14 half-time lead over the Denver Broncos at Lucas Oil Stadium in the NFL.
Peyton Manning came up with the goods once again to put the visitors in front, finding Eric Decker from 17 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter.
Adam Vinatieri bit back with a 27-yard field goal, before Andrew Luck fired 11 yards for Darrius Heyward-Bey to put the Colts on front.
The home side ended the first quarter on top, but Manning produced his 11th touchdown pass of the season - this time to Julius Thomas - to restore the Broncos' lead.
However, the 37-year-old quarterback was sacked by Robert Mathis, allowing Ricky Jean Francois to recover the ball for a two-point safety, although he looked to have stayed in bounds for a touchdown.
Luck then completely upstaged Manning with a third touchdown pass of the evening for Coby Fleener to make it a 12-point ball game.
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