Indianapolis Colts at Oakland Raiders

Actor Anthony Anderson was on the sidelines before the game, signing
autographs and giving interviews. Hard to say if he is jumping on the
bandwagon or a real fan, but he's a funny guy.

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I don't know where it came from, but I got a feeling just before kickoff that
Jacoby Ford was going to run it back for a touchdown. I've never been more
sure of anything ever. And sure enough, he ran untouched for a 99-yard
touchdown, leaving Colts kicker Pat McAfee in the dust.

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And then a little celebration right in front of me.

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Again, intuition placed me in perfect position to get this picture of Colts
cornerback Cornelius Brown breaking up a pass intended for Raiders wide
receiver Jacoby Ford.

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Raiders cornerback Chris Johnson returns the favor on a pass intended for
Colts wide receiver Pierre Garcon.

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The game's main attraction was of course Peyton Manning, slack-jawed
yokel from Ole Miss.

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Even though Manning and center Jeff Saturday were directing receivers and
linemen respectively, this picture has a certain "Who's on First" vibe going on.

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Garcon eventually got free and scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter
and then wound up for a big spike.

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The Raiders couldn't get their running game going, here Raiders running
back Michael Bush gets upended by Colts safety Antoine Bethea.

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Raiders quarterback Jason Campbell picked a bad day to struggle, here
getting dropped byColts defensive end Dwight Freeney.

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The Raiders tried to come back from 12 points down, and had a glimmer
of hope when tight end Zach Miller scored just after the two-minute warning,
but a failed onside kick ended it.

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The loss officially ended the Raiders season, but with talented young players
like Rolando McClain, they seem to have stopped the free-fall of the last
several seasons.

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