Coby Fleener's 17-yard touchdown catchThe scene: Down 34-3, the Colts took over at their own 16-yard line with 14:48 to go in the fourth quarterThe anatomy of the drive: 11 plays, for 84 yards in 4:22.Key play: In more hurry-up tempo, the Colts put together their best drive of the afternoon to start the fourth quarter. The play of the drive came on a third-and-10 from the Cardinals 45-yard line. After a 10-yard toss to Darrius Heyward-Bey the Colts still needed a chunk play to keep the drive alive. Once again it was Luck's legs that did the damage with him scrambling to the left and sprinting up the left sideline for a 28-yard gain.The score: Three plays later, the Colts were still at the Cardinals 17-yard line and faced with a third-and-10. On the third-and-10, Luck was in the shotgun with a five-receiver set. Tight end Coby Fleener was the inside receiver of a trips formation to the right side of the field (the wide side). On the snap, Fleener ran an out-and-up and Luck hung in the pocket, scanned the entire field and delivered a perfect throw to Fleener. The second-year tight end finished the day with four catches for 55 yards.
Colts RB Jonathan Taylor Nominated For 2 ESPY Awards
Taylor led the NFL with 1,811 rushing yards and was a unanimous first-team AP All-Pro in 2021.
Former Colts Defensive Tackle Tony Siragusa Dies
Siragusa, who played for the Colts from 1990-1996, was 55.
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Single Game Tickets to Chiefs, Steelers at Lucas Oil Stadium Sold Out
Single game tickets still available for remaining 2022 home games.
Colts Safety Khari Willis Announces Retirement
Willis, a 2019 fourth-round pick, totaled 219 tackles over 39 games (33 starts) in three years with the Colts.
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The Colts wrapped up their 2022 offseason program – consisting of meetings, conditioning work, OTA practices and a mandatory minicamp – last week. Here are five things we learned about the Colts' defense from mid-April through early June.
5 Things Learned About Colts' Offense In Offseason Program: What Matt Ryan, Nyheim Hines, Alec Pierce Accomplished Ahead Of Training Camp
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How Colts Are Supporting Tyler Trent Foundation's Second Annual 'Tee Off For Tyler' Fundraiser
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Colts' Frank Reich, Jim Irsay Donate To Funds Supporting Victims And Survivors Of Buffalo Mass Shooting
The donations come in the wake of last week's mass shooting in Buffalo and this week's mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.