The Colts failed to shut the Broncos down through 30 minutes. They have this game-altering punt return to blame. Cary Edmondson USA TODAY Sports

Omar Bolden wasn't going to let his Broncos head to the locker room without points.

So, the reserve cornerback took an end-of-half punt back all the way for a much-needed touchdown vs. the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium:

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Bolden shouldn't have even handled that punt. But for some reason, Gary Kubiak went with his backup returner instead of regular punt-handler Emmanuel Sanders.

The move paid off regardless. Bolden took the ball back 83 yards and put the team in a position for a second-half comeback.

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