INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts dropped to 1-3 on the season after falling to the Houston Texans, 37-34, in overtime on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Here's a list of stats and notes from the matchup, courtesy of Colts Communications:
COLTS TEAM NOTES
• The Colts record in overtime moves to 15-15-1 all-time and 9-10-1 at home.
• With his 42-yard field goal at the end of the first half Adam Vinatieri set the all-time NFL field goal record with his 566th career field goal, breaking Morten Andersen's record of 565.
• Vinatieri finished the day with two field goals (42, 44) and one extra point for seven points. He now sits 26 points behind Morten Andersen (2,544) for most points all-time.
• With his attempt in overtime he tied Gary Anderson for (672) for the second most field goal attempts of all-time.
• He passed George Blanda (340) for fourth-most regular season games played in NFL history.
• The Colts offense recorded 478 yards of total offense, 437 passing and 41 rushing, and scored four passing touchdowns.
• The four touchdowns through the air are the most since 12/5/16.
• With 23 passing first downs the team tied a franchise record set on 10/3/10 at Jacksonville.
• Luck finished the day 40-of-62 for 464 yards and four touchdowns.
• With 62 pass attempts Luck set the franchise record for pass attempts in a game, surpassing Jeff George (59 in 1993).
• Luck's 40 completions ties Peyton Manning for the franchise record, also set against Houston on 9/12/2010.
• In addition to his career highs in completions (40) and attempts (62), his 464 yards passing set a career-high and is second all-time in franchise history only behind Manning's 472 on 10/31/04.
• Luck completed a 42-yard pass to T.Y. Hilton for his longest pass this season.
• It is the third time Luck has exceeded the 400-yard passing mark.
• In his 74th career game Luck passed 20,000 career yards, tying Dan Marino for the second fastest to reach that mark in NFL history.
• Has now thrown at least one touchdown pass in 27 consecutive games which ties Manning for the second-most in team history.
• Zach Pascal caught the first touchdown of his career on a four-yard pass from Luck on the Colts opening drive of the game.
• Despite missing part of the game due to injury T.Y. Hilton still recorded 115 yards receiving, his first game over a 100 yards this season. It is the 29th time in his career exceeding the 100-yard receiving mark.
• With his second reception in the game Hilton reached 450 career receptions.
• Nyheim Hines had nine receptions for 63 yards and two touchdowns. He is the 12th rookie in franchise history to have two receiving touchdowns in a game.
• Hines' nine receptions are tied for second by a rookie and is the most by a rookie since 11/16/1986.
• Mo Alie-Cox recorded the first reception of his career, while Marcus Johnson recorded the first reception as a member of the Colts
• Pascal (56) and Hines (63) both set career highs in receiving yards.
• Chester Rogers set a new career-high with eight receptions.
• Eric Ebron caught his third touchdown of the season and had 40 yards receiving on five catches.
• The Colts finished with 30 yards rushing from their running backs. Jordan Wilkins led the way with 16 yards on eight carries.
• Jeremy McNichols recorded his first carry of his career and totaled four yards on two carries.
• The Colts defense had 7.0 sacks on the day which gives them 17.0 through the first four games of the season. It set the record for most in team history through four games, passing the Baltimore Colts record of 16.0 in 1983.
• The Colts 7.0 sacks were the most for the Colts in a game dating back to 12/5/04 vs. Tennessee (7.0).
• The Colts defense tied the 2015 St. Louis Rams for the most tackles for loss (31.0) through the first four games of a season since 1994.
• Darius Leonard (7.0) and Margus Hunt (9.0) have combined for 16.0 tackles for loss, the most by two teammates through the first four games of the season since 1994.
• Darius Leonard finished the day with 13 tackles and 1.0 sack.
• Leonard's 54 tackles through the first four games is the most by any player through a team's first four games since 1994.
• Since 1994 Darius Leonard is the only player in the NFL to have 50 or more tackles and 4.0 sacks or more through the first four games of the season.
• Anthony Walker led the team in solo tackles with nine, he also added 1.0 sack. Walker's 10 total tackles are a career-high.
• Walker's sack was also the first of his career.
• Denico Autry led the team with 2.0 sacks. He also added nine tackles and had 4.0 tackles for loss. Autry's nine tackles and 4.0 tackles for loss both set a career highs.
• Margus Hunt had 1.0 sack and had three tackles.
• Jabaal Sheard and Kemoko Turay each recorded half a sack.
• Jihard Ward registered his second sack of the season in just his third game.
• Pierre Desir recorded his first interception of the season and the second of his career late in the third quarter. Desir also added five tackles on the day.
• Matthias Farley led the secondary in tackles with seven and one pass defensed.