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Jim Caldwell couldn’t remember a game quite like the one Indianapolis won Monday night in Miami.

But it certainly didn’t surprise the Colts coach.

Indianapolis had the ball for less than 15 minutes, just enough time for Peyton Manning to rally the Colts to a 27-23 victory over the Dolphins.

Just like he had done in a record-setting comeback at Tampa Bay on a Monday night six years earlier. And just like he did last season at Houston, when the Colts rallied from 17 points down in the fourth quarter.

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