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Davis slips and says the Colts played Brady and not Manning in post-game interview

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

This game was known as Peyton’s homecoming.

Peyton Manning returned home to Indianapolis to face the Indianapolis Colts for the first time since the team released him two years ago. But Colts cornerback Vontae Davis slipped that the Colts beat Tom Brady on Sunday night.

Vontae Davis (Getty Images)

Vontae Davis (Getty Images)

In his post game interview, Davis said that “the team prepared very hard for Tom Brady.” He could have lost track that the team played Manning, or this was another shot at Manning after Colts owner Jim Irsay started last week that the team didn’t win enough under Manning with comments in the USA Today.

But the problem is, the Colts did not play Brady, as they played Manning and the Denver Broncos. And Brady is a member of the New England Patriots, who does not play the Colts this year.

The Colts beat the Broncos, 39-33, as the student Andrew Luck mastered Manning’s return to the stadium that he built.


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