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By the numbers: Records fall in Indy

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22 / Consecutive regular-season victories by the Indianapolis Colts, an NFL record. The Colts set the record with a 28-16 win over the Denver Broncos yesterday and broke the set by the Patriots just last year.

114 / Victories by the Colts this decade, an NFL record. Yesterday’s win put the Colts past the 1990s San Francisco 49ers.

21 / Receptions in yesterday’s game by Broncos receiver Brandon Marshall, an NFL record. Marshall, broke Terrell Owens’s single-game record set with the 49ers in 2000, finished with 200 yards receiving and two touchdowns.

HE SAID IT

“There’s not anybody going live with this, are there? You might want to have a delay if you’re going live.”

Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz, beginning his post-game interview with a warning to the media after a 48-3 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Schwartz didn’t use any profanity, but was obviously frustrated by his team’s play.

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