Originally posted on Sportsnaut | By Vincent Frank | Last updated 11/12/20
Philip Rivers and the Indianapolis Colts were looking to make a major statement to open Week 10 on “Thursday Night Football” against the first-place Tennessee Titans.
Indianapolis was coming off a 24-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens and stood at 5-3. The Titans were a game ahead of Indy in the AFC South.
What we saw Thursday in Nashville was rather stunning. After seeing Tennessee take a 17-10 lead, the Colts ran off 24 consecutive points. That included a blocked punt for a touchdown and an impressive drive by a quarterback in Rivers who had struggled to an extent in his first season with the Colts.
By virtue of their 34-17 win on Thursday night, the Indianapolis Colts sit at 6-3 on the season. They also now have to be taken seriously as a Super Bowl contender. Here’s why.
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