(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist The NFL's version of ''Shark Week'' finished with a twist few saw coming.
You couldn't turn on a TV last week without seeing Peyton Manning and hearing somebody or the other guarantee how he was going to return to Indianapolis and mercilessly shred the Colts. The only thing missing from most of the clips was the soundtrack from ''Jaws'' playing in the background.
Instead of being the predator, though, for once Manning wound up as the prey.
''I am kind of relieved in some ways that this game is over,'' he said at the end of a long night.
It wasn't just that the Colts halted Denver's unbeaten start this season at six games - and 17 straight during the regular season - with a 39-33 defeat. Or the uncharacteristic four turnovers by the Broncos, or even the undisciplined meltdowns that led to a dozen penalties for 103 yards.
Or the way Manning's former employers threw a pregame ceremony to honor the player who brough...