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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.


“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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