GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Peyton Manning and Kurt Warner have thrown for miles and miles in their NFL careers, yet their paths crossed for only the second time on Sunday night.
Manning stole the show.
On the field where little brother Eli led the New York Giants to a Super Bowl triumph two seasons ago, Manning threw four touchdown passes, three in the second quarter, to power the Indianapolis Colts past Warner and the turnover-plagued Arizona Cardinals 31-10.
The Colts' quarterback completed 24 of 35 for 379 yards with one interception.
Warner, under severe pressure much of the night, was 30 of 52 for 332 yards and one score but was picked off twice.