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Colts vs. Vikings: Mo Alie-Cox rebounds from early miscue for career day
Alie-Cox, who entered Sunday's game with 226 yards, finished with a team-best 111 receiving yards

Colts defense stifles Kirk Cousins and Vikings offense in dominant victory - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
Indianapolis rebounds after Week 1 loss to Jacksonville with balanced attack on defense and offense led by rookie RB Jonathan Taylor.

Colts Defense Responds With More Aggressive Approach Against Vikings | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
Colts Defense Responds With More Aggressive Approach Against Vikings

5 Things Learned: Colts Defense Leads Needed Bounce Back Win | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
5 Things Learned: Colts Defense Leads Needed Bounce Back Win

Colts’ notebook: Jonathan Taylor comes up with keepsake, 100 yards, win in Lucas Oil | Fox 59
INDIANAPOLIS – Jonathan Taylor’s trophy room just got a tad more crowded. The latest entry: the football from his first NFL touchdown. An individual reminder from the Indianapolis Colts’ 28-11 win over the Minnesota Vikings included Taylor’s 5-yard TD run in the second quarter. There will be no cosmetic alterations to the keepsake. “You’ve just […]

Colts RB Jonathan Taylor & TE Mo Alie-Cox both go over 100 yards in their first starts of the season
Whether it was running back Jonathan Taylor replacing Marlon Mack or tight end Mo Alie-Cox filling in for Jack Doyle, both youngsters thrived Sunday in starting roles for the Indianapolis Colts’ offense in their 28-11 Week 2 victory over the Minnesota Vik

The Colts are awaiting test results on injuries to WR Parris Campbell and S Malik Hooker
The Indianapolis Colts today saw two key players, one on each side of the ball, get knocked out of their Week 2 matchup against the Minnesota Vikings in wide receiver Parris Campbell (knee) and safety Malik Hooker (Achilles).

The Colts used a dominating effort in all three phases to earn their first victory of 2020 Sunday over the Vikings
The Indianapolis Colts didn’t have the effort they wanted from their offense, defense or special teams in their Week 1 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. But Sunday’s 2020 home opener against the Minnesota Vikings was a completely different story for the C

Check out the stats and notes from the Colts' Week 2 victory over the Minnesota Vikings
Check out a list of stats and notes from the Indianapolis Colts’ 2020 Week 2 victory over the Minnesota Vikings at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Colts game day: Everything looks different
Colts fans and supporters rely on their team for normalcy amid a year of chaos. Sunday wasn't what they were expecting.


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Colts vs. Vikings: DeForest Buckner, Colts defense 'made the statement we wanted to make'
Buckner and the Colts defense held Kirk Cousins to a 15.9 passer rating, the worst for any Indianapolis opponent since 2005.

Colts vs. Vikings: Draft day shows up on game day in Colts throttling of Vikings
Colts rookies play big role in big win

Colts vs. Vikings: Rookies, run game, defense carry Colts in 28-11 blowout of Vikings
Colts held Minnesota to 175 yards of offense, with 3 interceptions and 3 sacks

Colts vs. Vikings: Colts show Super Bowl blueprint in smashing Vikings 28-11
The Colts' depth and mental toughness produced a 28-11 victory against Minnesota that made you wonder just how good this Indianapolis team could be.

Julian Blackmon had no backup plan. For the Colts, he appears to be a good one – The Athletic
On Sunday, the rookie safety who wasn’t supposed to be ready until the second month of the season made plays all over the field.

Sunday’s Colts win suggests we could be watching the deepest team in years – The Athletic
Indy is well constructed, not just at the top, but throughout the roster.

Kravitz: Is this the start of something special for Colts RB Jonathan Taylor? – The Athletic
“There’s no question that this is a blueprint (for) what we want to look like,” Colts coach Frank Reich said.


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