Colts - Bills Postgame Notes

With the Indianapolis Colts resting many of their starters for three quarters, the Buffalo Bills took full advantage of the situation and rolled for a 30-7 win in their regular season finale.

Bills 30, Colts 7

Bills Postgame Notes

--Running back Fred Jackson rushed for 212 yards to log his first career 1,000-yard rushing season. He finished the year with 1,062 yards.

--QB Ryan Fitzpatrick tied a career-best mark with three touchdown passes. The last time he threw that many in a single game was on November 27, 2005 as a rookie with the St. Louis Rams.

--WR Terrell Owens moved into third place all-time for NFL receiving yards, passing former Raiders receiver Tim Brown. Owens caught four passes for 65 yards and a score.

--Rookie CB Carey Harris picked off two passes during his fourth game appearance of the season. Harris was the team's sixth-round pick in the 2009 NFL Draft.

--DE Chris Kelsay recovered a fumble for the first time in 2009, the sixth of his NFL career.

--The Bills offense dominated the time of possession during the final three quarters (31:01 vs 13:59).

--LB Paul Posluszny led the Bills in tackles with 11 (eight solo), including a tackle for a loss.

--DT Kyle Williams made four tackles for a loss and recorded the game's lone sack.

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Colts Postgame Notes

--QB Peyton Manning hit the 4,500-yard plateau for the second time in his career. He threw for 4,557 yards back in 2004.

--Manning completed 14 of 18 throws for 95 yards and one interception. Most of his passes were short, quick strikes to help assure that both WR Reggie Wayne and TE Dallas Clark would finish the year with 100 catches before the starters headed to the sidelines for the day. Indianapolis started pulling their offensive starters with 14:24 left in the first half.

--Dallas Clark became only the second tight end in the history of the NFL to catch 100 passes in a season, while Reggie Wayne posted his second career 100-catch season.

--Backup QB Curtis Painter completed just four of 17 pass attempts for 39 yards, threw an interception and fumbled once. The game was tied 7-7 when Painter took over running the offense with roughly nine minutes left in the first half.

--Indianapolis finished the day with just 157 net yards.

--CB Kelvin Hayden led the Colts defense with seven tackles.

--Safety Jamie Silva made seven tackles (three solo), knocked away two pass attempts, made a solo special teams tackle, assisted on two others and returned a kickoff for 19 yards.

--Undrafted rookie Sam Giguere averaged 24.4 yards during five kickoff returns.

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