INDIANAPOLIS – The performance that sparked the Colts' best win of 2016 has earned honors from the NFL.
On Wednesday morning, kick returner Jordan Todamn took home the AFC's Special Teams Player of the Week award.
Chuck Pagano's desire for a quick start in Lambeau was answered when Todman took off on a 99-yard kick return to start Sunday's 31-26 victory.
The kick return for a touchdown was the first the Colts have had since Deji Karim's in 2012. It was the team's first opening-kick return for a touchdown since 1995 (Aaron Bailey).
Also on Sunday, Todman provided a 61-yard return in the second quarter, which led to an Adam Vinatieri field goal.
The two returns averaging 80 yards was the highest for a Colts' player in more than 20 years.
An AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honor for Todman is the team's second of 2016. Adam Vinatieri won the same award back in Week Five.