(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - Peyton Manning will make his 160th consecutive regular season start on Sunday, but the Super Bowl MVP may not see much more action against Tennessee.
Head Coach Tony Dungy says long-time backup quarterback Jim Sorgi will see significant time against the Titans. Dungy had not determined when he will remove Manning and the other starters this weekend, but did say on Monday that Sorgi will play at least a half.
The Colts were in a similar situation in 2004 and 2005 where they entered the final game of the regular season with nothing to gain. In both of those games, Manning was removed after the Colts' first offensive series.
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