Colts vs. Chargers: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
San Diego: 13
The Indianapolis Colts are currently visiting the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium on Monday Night Football. The Colts are trying to get to 5-1 and take a two-game lead in the AFC South. The Chargers (2-3), meanwhile, are trying to get back to .500 to stay in the wildcard chase.
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The Chargers won the third down battle, and won the game. Great game by Keenan Allen, and a very poor game by the Colts' receivers.
That's your ball game.
And that's the game, as a tipped ball is intercepted and the Chargers take over.
Mike Novak crushes a 51-yard field goal to put the Chargers up by two scores.
With 2:00 left, the Chargers either have a first down or a 4th-and-inches. Statistically, the Chargers should go for it to seal the game. What they'll do remains to be seen.
So, who has done the better job keeping ball away from Luck tonight, Chargers D or Pep?— Conrad Brunner (@1070Bruno) October 15, 2013
The Chargers forced a punt and have a chance to close out the game on this drive. The Colts' defense is gassed.
The Chargers' offense is set back by a sack by Kelvin Sheppard, and have to punt. The Colts start at their own 9-yard line and will need some of that Andrew Luck magic with just 4:27 left.
Reggie Wayne's 1000th career catch, a beauty.
The Colts move the ball with the no-huddle, but a sack set up a 3rd-and-19 and the Colts were forced to kick a field goal to make it a one-point game.
Hello, Reggie. No. 999.— Mike Chappell (@mchappell51) October 15, 2013
The Colts force a field goal again, but a nine minute drive by the Chargers puts all the pressure on the Colts' offense.
12:01 Fourth Quarter
The Chargers are simply running the ball up the Colts' throat, keeping Luck on the sideline and milking the clock.
Ryan Mathews just walked gingerly off field after short Chargers run. Athletic trainers meet him on sideline. Being evaluated.— Michael Gehlken (@UTgehlken) October 15, 2013
An injury to Jerrell Freeman earlier in the game has turned the Colts' linebackers into a very thin, low-talent unit.
The messy game continues, and the Colts cannot convert on 3rd-and-3. Reggie Wayne drops an accurate pass that would have converted. Trent Richardson was impressive on the drive, but the Colts stalled.
San Diego drives down the field but is held to a field goal once again.
Adam Vinatieri hits a 50-yard field goal to end the first half.
Coby Fleener drops a huge pass in the two-minute drill, and the Colts kick a 50-yard field goal.
The Chargers stall in the red zone and kick a field goal to go up 10-3.
Greg Toler is the goat so far for Indianapolis, as another penalty extends the Chargers' drive.
Chargers all about shotgun spread on 3rd down so far. Mix success but what I'd hope they'd run against a Colts D much better v Pass.— Shake N. Bake (@Shake1n1bake) October 15, 2013
The Chargers' touchdown from their last drive.
Trent Richardson breaking tackles and making defenders lose their helmet.— Bryn Swartz (@eaglescentral) October 15, 2013
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