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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The unbeaten Colts were trying to keep take a stranglehold on the AFC South Sunday night.
Peyton Manning is battling Drew Brees for NFL MVP, and, with help from former Cougar Austin Collie, he didn't disappoint tonight.
His first TD was an easy one to Reggie Wayne. Then Manning's second TD pass was part of record-setting BYU cougar receiver Austin Collie's coming out party --39 yards for his second career touchdown.
Then, early in the third quarter, it was Manning to Collie again for a 9 yard TD.
Austin ended the game with eight catches, 97 yards, and two touchdowns.
It was Manning's fifth straight 300 yard passing game to start the season. Only Steve Young and Kurt Warner have done that. The Colts have won 14 regular season games in a row, dating back to last season