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Colts Come From Behind, Win In Pittsburgh For First Time Since 1968

Last updated on Monday, November 10, 2008

(PITTSBURGH, PA) Peyton Manning hit Dominic Rhodes on a 17-yard touchdown pass with 3:04 remaining as the Indianapolis Colts came from behind to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 24-20.

The winning touchdown was set up by a Tim Jennings interception with 4:51 left.

Fourteen of the Colts' 24 points were set up by turnovers as Indianapolis cashed in on a pick by Keiwan Ratliff late in the second quarter with Manning hitting Dallas Clark on a two-yard score with six seconds remaining before halftime.

The win is the first for the Colts in Pittsburgh since 1968.

Manning threw for 240 yards and three touchdowns while the Colts took advantage of three interceptions off Steelers Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

The final pick by Melvin Bullitt came in the end zone on the final play of the game to lock up the win.

Indianapolis improves to 5-and-4 while the Steelers fall to 6-and-3.

The Colts host the Houston Texans this Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.

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