The Colts booked their ticket back to Miami for another Super Bowl, says Phil Richards.
Even by Peyton Manning’s lofty standards, that was a masterpiece, opines Bob Kravitz.
It was more comeback magic for Manning, says Nancy Gay.
Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie had a lot to talk about, says Phil Richards.
Gay’s take on the young receivers.
And Charles Robinson looks at Garcon and Collie, too.
Key guys went down for the Jets, hindering their chances, says Curt Cavin.
Archie Manning will root against his Saints in the Super Bowl, says Mike Chappell.
Rick Gosselin on a son going against his father’s team.
Kravitz’s report card.
The Colts outrushed the vaunted Jets run game, writes Chappell.
Matt Stover turns 42 on Wednesday and will be the oldest player ever to appear in a Super bowl, says Chappell.
The Colts didn’t celebrate much as they turned their focus to the Super Bowl, says John Oehser.
“This is another incredibly big step in the competing with history,” Jim Irsay said to Oehser.
Clark Judge thinks the Colts have been vindicated.
Manning and the Colts have created a standard of perfection, writes Damon Hack.
Manning did well to work around Revis Island, says Gregg Doyel.
Key Super Bowl questions from John Clayton.
The Tony Dungy/Jim Caldwell demeanor is a winner, says Kevin Blackistone.
The Colts were resilient, says Jarrett Bell.
Garcon had an eye-opening game, says Tom James.
Manning’s mission drives the Colts, says Vic Carucci.
It was a precision performance, says Mike Wise.
A picture you should see, courtesy of Stampede Blue.
The Colts did it all their way, says Larry Hawley.
The view from New York.