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James, left, and Manning combined for five TDs in the win.

Who needs a dominating defense when no one can stop your offense? For a second straight week, Peyton Manning tore apart the opposition as the Colts beat Kansas City 38-31. The Colts travel to New England to play the Patriots in the AFC title game next Sunday (3 p.m. ET, CBS).
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