- IND 267
- 374 SD
- IND 1
- 0 SD
- IND 12
- 24 SD
- San Diego, CA 92108
- Line: SD -3.0
Adam Vinatieri 30 Yard Field Goal is Good
8 plays, 69 yards, 3:33
Keenan Allen 22 Yard Pass From Philip Rivers
12 plays, 74 yards, 6:14
Nick Novak Kick is Good
12 plays, 74 yards, 6:14
Nick Novak 31 Yard Field Goal is Good
17 plays, 79 yards, 7:58
Adam Vinatieri 50 Yard Field Goal is Good
8 plays, 38 yards, 1:41
Nick Novak 33 Yard Field Goal is Good
11 plays, 60 yards, 5:55
Nick Novak 34 Yard Field Goal is Good
15 plays, 74 yards, 9:13
Adam Vinatieri 51 Yard Field Goal is Good
6 plays, 47 yards, 2:22
Nick Novak 50 Yard Field Goal is Good
5 plays, 18 yards, 1:22
The Colts dropped four passes Monday night, tied for their most in a game this season, and two of those four drops were on 3rd down. The Colts have six 3rd-down drops this year, tied for the most in the league, and five of those drops have been in the last two weeks.
The Chargers took control of the game Monday night with four consecutive scoring drives of at least 10 plays, becoming just the ninth team since the 2001 season with four straight drives of at least 10 plays in a single game.The only team to have more than four consecutive drives of 10 plays since 2001 was the Patriots, who had five straight in their 56-10 win over the Bills in 2007.
The Chargers' rushing success led to the offense averaging 8.0 plays per drive, the 2nd-most by a team in a game this season, including 4 consecutive drives of at least 10 plays.
Philip Rivers was successful Monday when targeting Keenan Allen, who had career-highs in targets (12) and receptions (9). Rivers was 17-of-20 on passes traveling 5 or fewer yards downfield, including 7-of-7 when targeting Allen.
Colts receivers dropped 4 passes Monday, including a key drop by Coby Fleener in Chargers territory late in the first half. The Colts are the 3rd team this season to have at least 4 drops in back-to-back games. The Colts dropped 2 passes in their first 4 games combined.
With his 35-yard catch in the 1st quarter, Colts WR Reggie Wayne has now recorded a reception in 118 straight games, the 3rd longest active streak in the league (behind Tony Gonzalez - 200 games and Larry Fitzgerald - 139 games). The last time Reggie Wayne failed to record a reception was back on January 1, 2006 (Colts beat Cardinals 17-13).
Joe Thuney's snap-count participation is back to 100 percent after Sunday's game.
Julio Jones could become the first player to reach 1,000 receiving yards through the first eight games of the season since 1961.
Jacquizz Rodgers is available in nearly 75 percent of ESPN fantasy football leagues and is among the players to prioritize on the waiver wire ahead of Week 8.
Both CB Orlando Scandrick and QB Tony Romo are coming off injuries. But how the Cowboys handle their returns could be completely different.
Explosive plays plagued the Falcons in a 33-30 overtime loss this past Sunday and that didn't sit well with Pro Bowl cornerback Desmond Trufant.
The Giants' offense has been a disappointment, but they have a chance to work on some things during the bye and come up with solutions.