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Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning passes as he is pressured by Tennessee Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan in the first quarter of Thursday's game.

Hey, look, everyone! It's Peyton's mojo!

So it looks as if Peyton Manning showed up just in time to save the Colts from Peyton Manning.

Question: Does a two-TD, zero-interception game means he's back, or just that he was back for one night against a team (the Titans) that's in irretrievable freefall and frankly wasn't much of a challenge?

Question No. 2: And is 30-28 against said team a cause for relief or just more concern?

The jury remains considerably out, in other words. Let's see what Manning does against an ascendant Raiders team and always-difficult Jacksonville before we declare him back to form. And before we decide the Colts are going to regain their footing and reach their customary place in the playoffs.

Ben Smith's blog.

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