— Colts can’t capitalize on a takeaway for a second time tonight. Phillip Walker is picked off by safety Dean Marlowe, and Buffalo is now cookin’ at the Indy 20-yard line. Four plays later, running back Senorise Perry hopped over the line for a one-yard touchdown run, extending the Bills’ lead to 14-0 with 1:12 left in the second quarter.
— Indy gets on the board to end the second half, as Cole Hedlund knocks in his first professional field goal, from 43 yards out, to make it 14-3 Bills. Credit Marcus Johnson with a huge drive for the Colts’ offense, as the wide receiver caught two passes for 35 yards, including a very impressive diving catch along the sideline for 20 yards that got the ball to the Buffalo 24-yard line and close enough for Hedlund to knock the kick in.