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Sunday, October 21, 2013 at Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN) Colts 39, Broncos 33 Not only was this the first time the two teams had met since 2010, it was the first game Peyton Manning would play in Indianapolis since leaving the Colts in 2012. After a pre-game honoring ceremony for Peyton Manning, Andrew Luck and the Colts took it to the Broncos for 4 straight quarters to win 39-33.
Sunday, September 26, 2010 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Denver, CO) Colts 27, Broncos 13 Peyton Manning was still a Colt when Indianapolis came into Mile High and beat the Broncos 27-13. Manning was missing two of his biggest weapons in Anthony Gonzalez and Pierre Garcon but still managed to keep the ball moving with three touchdowns through the air. It was the opposite trend for the Kyle Orton led Broncos offense that stalled in five trips to the redzone.
Sunday, December 13, 2009 at Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN) Colts 28, Broncos 16 The Indianapolis Colts managed to fortify their legacy against the Broncos with their 22nd straight regular-season win. Despite going 20/42 and throwing three picks, Peyton Manning was able to get three balls to the endzone to survive the Broncos. Brandon Marshall also become the only player in the NFL with 18 or more receptions in one game, twice.