Thursday's Indianapolis Colts-Denver Broncos game was the first game of the season without a touchdown, and easily the ugliest game of the season thus far - and somehow, a sloppy game had quite the ending as the Colts won in overtime, 12-9. The Colts improved to 2-2-1, while the Broncos fell to 2-3. They combined for 12 punts, eight three-and-outs, seven field goals, and zero touchdowns.
The game started off on a sour note - on just the third play of the game, Colts' Nyheim Hines suffered a concussion and wobbled to the turf in scary fashion - similar to Tua Tagovailoa in Week 3 when he suffered what he and the team said was a hyperextended back (the NFLPA has since terminated a neurologist for making "several mistakes" in evaluating that injury). Hines' injury came just a week after Tagovailoa then suffered a concussion that caused his hands to curl up on the field and landed him in the hospital.
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