Manning, Colts rally to edge Dolphins
Peyton Manning spent most of the night on the sideline and just enough time reaching the end zone.
The Indianapolis Colts had the ball for less than 15 minutes, but Manning made the most of his chances, helping his team come from behind four times to beat the Miami Dolphins 27-23 Monday night.
Manning threw touchdown passes of 80 yards to Dallas Clark and 48 yards to Pierre Garcon. The first came score on the first play from scrimmage, the latter with 3:18 left for the game's final points.
"It was about being efficient when it counted, in the fourth quarter," Manning said. "That's really what the game's about."