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their divisional rival Houston Texans (1-3) in overtime Sunday afternoon as they lost their second straight one-score game in as many weeks. We did see Andrew Luck get back in the swing of things with a 464-yard passing day http://www.thecoltsfootballauthentic.co ... -authentic , adding 4 touchdowns after his less-than-stellar Week 3 performance that drew so much ire in regards to the lack of any downfield passing attack.The reality in this game is that the Colts dug themselves such a massive hole in the first half that it made this comeback quite improbably to begin with. The part that hurts the most is that they did indeed comeback to take the lead on a 13-play scoring drive on the first possession of OT, but still couldn’t get it done in the end.Win or lose, the Colts had some players with great performances that deserve some game balls for their effort.OFFENSENyheim HinesA lot of what Hines did Sunday was earned off the arm of Andrew Luck, given that he only rushed for 10 yards on 4 carries. However, Hines certainly came through as a weapon in the passing game. Hines caught 9 balls for 63 yards, and tallied 2 touchdowns on the day.Hines first score of the day came midway through the third quarter which closed the scoring gap for the Colts from 28-10 to 28-17. It wasn’t just a catch, though, it was a catch ina way not many would expect to see Hines making. Hauling in a 50-50 ball over the arms of Tyrann Matthieu is not how many are guessing to see Hines snatch a touchdown out of the air as if he was a big-bodied receiver. He did, though, and he got both feet in bounds in a pivotal position in the game. Hines second score of the game was equally important, just not quite as acrobatic. With less than a minute to go in regulation, Hines hauled in low bullet at about the 1-yard line and backpedaled into the end zone with just 0:45 left in the fourth quarter and pulled the Colts within 2 points. Hines has apparently gotten over his hands issue that he was facing in the preseason, and he’s been a nice option for Luck to go to in virtually any area of the field. Other notable performances that could be argued for their own game ball would be Luck, T.Y. Hilton (4 catches, 113 receiving yards), Zach Pascal (6 catches for 56 yards and a touchdown) or maybe even Eric Ebron (5 catches for 40 yards, TD), though you can make the point that he should have had closer to 100 yards, but couldn’t hang on to some crucial passes thrown his way.DEFENSEDenico AutryQuite honestly it was just nice to see Autry back on the field today. He didn’t have Darius Leonard’s tackling production or anything like that, and he didn’t dominate throughout the day necessarily either. On the other hand http://www.thecoltsfootballauthentic.co ... -authentic , Autry picked up 9 total tackles, 4 for loss, and sacked Deshaun Watson twice as well. Even though Margus Hunt also notched a sack, Autry kind of took over the production for the defensive line just as Hunt has recently. Autry was also a good part of the pressure that forced Watson out of the pocket so many times on Sunday. The Colts defensive line was responsible for 5 of the team’s 7 sacks on the day and is becoming a group that is going to have to be game-planned for as the year continues. The beauty of it is that it seems to be a group effort each and every week rather than a couple guys being the defined pass rushers relied upon to turn the tide each week.You could make a real argument for Darius Leonard (13 total tackles, 1 sack, 1 TFL), or maybe even Anthony Walker (10 total tackles, 2 TFLs, 1 sack) or possibly a couple other guys as well. For his first game back, Autry got the nod from me today.SPECIAL TEAMSAdam VinatieriHonestly, who else could this have been today? Vinatieri was 2-for-2 on Sunday from 42, and 44 yards respectively. But, it was Vinny’s first field goal of the day that drew all of the attention. Vinatieri became the sole owner of the most regular season field goals (566) in NFL history.That first field goal came right before halftime which began the Colts slowly starting to inch their way back into this game at 10-21. His second on the day came as the team was threatening to take the lead for the first time in the game, and that’s exactly what his kick did for the Colts.With exactly 6 minutes left in OT, Vinatieri booted one through the uprights to give the Colts the 34-31 and looked as though it could be enough to pull out a win for this young Colts roster. Vinny has already made a large impact in the Colts season with 8 field goals on the season. Sam Darnold has another first in his NFL career.The New York Jets rookie quarterback appeared on the team's injury report Wednesday with his right elbow listed as the culprit.Now breathe, Jets fans. Darnold is totally OK."It's nothing crazy," Darnold said. "I felt fine throwing today."He banged up the elbow while making a linebacker-style tackle of Indianapolis' Malik Hooker on his interception in the first quarter of New York's 42-34 win last Sunday."I just made a tackle, and quarterbacks don't usually make tackles," Darnold said. "That might be part of it."Darnold was a full participant at practice, and wasn't affected physically by his elbow. He landed on the injury report http://www.thecoltsfootballauthentic.co ... -authentic , though, because he likely needed a little bit of treatment from the trainers.The 21-year-old signal caller, who played some linebacker in high school, might also want to brush up on his tackling form. Or, better yet, maybe avoid tackling altogether."Hopefully I'll try to not throw as many interceptions so I can stay away from making tackles," he said. "Obviously, when you throw the ball to the other team you've got to get them down, so I did that. But at the same time, I should probably tackle them without using my right arm as much."While Darnold was OK, wide receivers Quincy Enunwa, Terrelle Pryor and Robby Anderson topped the list of banged-up players on the first injury report of the week.There are 18 players listed, meaning one-third of the entire 53-man roster."It's pretty lengthy," coach Todd Bowles said. "We'll see how they come back this week and get treatment. If not, we've got guys that we are working in just in case and we will be ready to go with those guys."Bowles announced that Enunwa (sprained ankle) and safety Marcus Maye (broken thumb) have already been ruled out for the Jets' game Sunday against Minnesota.It's uncertain how long the two might be sidelined, and Bowles provided no further update. But both Enunwa and Maye could miss multiple weeks.Pryor (groin) and Anderson (sore hamstring) didn't practice, and the Jets could look to add a receiver this week. New York worked out several players Tuesday, including Corey Coleman and Rishard Matthews."We're kicking tires with some people," Bowles said. "We'll see how the week goes and see how they're feeling."Bowles was evasive when asked if Dez Bryant could be a possibility."I'll go talk to the (personnel department) right now," he said. "We're not going to reveal what we're trying to do or what interests we have. We'll just go from there as it goes."One positive development was Charone Peake being a full participant after missing the past three games with a hamstring injury.Among those sitting out Wednesday's practice were: cornerbacks Trumaine Johnson (quadriceps) and Buster Skrine (concussion) Youth Ryan Kelly Jersey , running back Isaiah Crowell (foot), defensive lineman Leonard Williams (back) and linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis (foot).With Maye already out and Johnson and Skrine uncertain to play, the Jets could have to fiddle with their secondary against one of the NFL's top receiving duos.Adam Thielen leads the league with 58 catches — the most by a player in the first six games in history — and 712 yards receiving with four touchdowns. Stefon Diggs is tied for seventh with 40 receptions for 435 yards and three TDs."It's a huge challenge," Bowles said. "Obviously, we get a challenge every week, but these two guys do everything well. Usually you get a speed guy, a deep guy or a short guy. Both of these guys can do everything."With the injuries in the secondary, rookie Parry Nickerson could see extended time working in Skrine's usual slot role — which means he could face Thielen often."He'll be ready to play," Bowles said of Nickerson, a sixth-rounder. "He's going to face that kind of caliber every week, maybe not of Thielen's caliber, but he's going to face those kind of guys every week. He just has to carry out his assignment."Center Spencer Long was limited at practice with knee and finger ailments.Long has had a few wayward snaps out of the shotgun the past few weeks and Bowles acknowledged that the finger could be "a little bit" of a factor.Others listed on the injury report as full practice participants: wide receiver/returner Andre Roberts (foot/ankle), linebacker Brandon Copeland (ankle), safeties Jamal Adams (ankle) and Doug Middleton (hamstring), defensive lineman Nathan Shepherd (shoulder) and left tackle Kelvin Beachum (foot).NOTES: Defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers was with the team for practice for the first time since missing the past two games while dealing with a "serious" illness. Bowles said Monday that Rodgers was medically cleared and would be eased back into his role. ... RB Elijah McGuire was officially designated to return from IR, meaning he could begin practicing Wednesday and play in a game in a few weeks after injuring his foot in training camp. ... K Jason Myers was selected as the AFC special teams player of the week after setting the Jets' franchise record by making seven field goals last Sunday against Indianapolis. ... OL Dieguot Joseph was signed to the practice squad, and RB De'Angelo Henderson was released.

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