Marlon Mack, Nyheim Hines Run Wild Against Raiders
The Indianapolis Colts dominated play on the ground for a second straight week, as running backs Marlon Mack and Nyheim Hines combined for 210 rushing yards in Indy's 42-28 victory over the Bills.
Colts rush for 200 yards in consecutive games, first time since 1985
Behind Mack, Colts rolled up 222 rushing yards, marking the first time since '85 that the Colts had passed the 200-yard barrier in back-to-back games.
Colts' Tight Ends Throw Touchdown Party In Win Over Raiders
Indianapolis Colts tight ends Mo Alie-Cox, Jack Doyle and Eric Ebron all scored touchdowns in the team’s win over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, as Indy became the first team in NFL history to have three tight ends with touchdown receptions in the same ga
Colts Outlast Raiders In 42-28 Victory
The Indianapolis Colts (3-5) defeated the Oakland Raiders (1-6) in their 42-28 victory today at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. Here were the updates throughout today's game.
Colts 42, Raiders 28: What caught our eye (other than Vinatieri record, that is) | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – What caught our eye in the Indianapolis Colts’ 42-28 win over the Oakland Raiders Sunday. The indelible highlight? Adam Vinatieri emerging from the famed Black Hole as the NFL’s all-time leading scorer with 2,542 points. See ya, Morten Andersen.
Colts’ Adam Vinatieri thought scoring record was ‘untouchable’ (he was wrong) | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Adam Vinatieri considered Morten Andersen’s record too far out there, untouchable. The most prolific placekickers in NFL history met in 2007, as Vinatieri was settling into the second phase of his decorated career with the Indianapolis Colts and Andersen’s soon-to-be Ha...
Adam Vinatieri sets NFL career scoring record in Colts win at Raiders.
Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri broke Morten Andersen's NFL career scoring mark Sunday in 42-28 win at Oakland - and can put it out of reach.
"This ball goes to... THE GREATEST OF ALL TIME!" pic.twitter.com/eT5jwtwbgt— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) October 28, 2018