Colts quarterback Carson Wentz faked the handoff to running back Jonathan Taylor, just two plays after the Colts had picked up a first down for the first time in the game. He stepped up in the pocket and launched a perfectly thrown ball that wide receiver Ashton Dulin, who had several steps on cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting, simply had to run under on a 62-yard touchdown pass to give the Colts a 10-7 lead with 11:44 left in second quarter.
The touchdown, which had 52 air yards according to ESPN Stats & Information, was Wentz's longest touchdown pass in terms of air yards since Week 7 of 2017 against Washington. It was also Dulin's first of his three-year NFL career.
The Colts had 32 total yards of offense prior to the touchdown pass.