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Week 4 for the NFL season pitted the Oakland Raiders at Indianapolis Colts
in what is likely the last matchup the Colts will have against Oakland,  as
the Raiders prepare to make their move to Las Vegas.
   Raiders took the opening kickoff, going 75 yards in 10 plays to take
a 7-0 lead.  The drive was capped off with a 18 yard pass to Foster Moreau
for the game’s first touchdown.
   Colts follow-up with a quick 3 and out.  Leading the
Raiders to a 1 play drive. A 60 yard end around run by Trevor Davis.
Quickly putting the Colts behind 14-0 in less than 7 minutes.
   Indianapolis defense rises up to recover a Derek Carr fumble.
Colts offense finishes the 22 yard drive with a 5 yard TD pass from
Jacoby Brissett to Jack Doyle cutting the Raiders lead in half at 14-7.
   Second quarter started right where the Raiders left off by marching down the
field scoring on a 11 play drive finished off by another Carr pass for 19 yards to
Tyress Williams.
    Colts offense start to show signs of life by moving the ball as well as the
defense making some timely stops.  However, the Colts only manage a 26 yard
field goal by Adam Vinateri.
Halftime Oakland Raiders 21 – Indianapolis Colts 10
    Oakland’s offense in 3rd quarter continues to keep the Colts offense on the
sidelines with a 16 plays drive eating up over 9 minutes off the clock, but only
getting a Daniel Carlson 26 yard field goal.
    Colts offense comes off life support to put together a nearly 5 minute, 90 yard
drive topped off with a 4 yard pass from Brissett to Chester Rogers to make it
24-17 in favor of Oakland with 5:27 to play.
    Colts defense steps up to force Oakland to punt.
    With 2:28 left in the game the table is set for a fantastic finish BUT
Oakland’s defense puts the dagger into the colts with a pick six compliments
of Nicholas Morrow.
    Indianapolis scores a late touchdown on a 48 yard pass to Eric Ebron, to finalize
the scoring in the game.
    Oakland takes the kickoff and runs the time off the clock leaving the Hoosier State
with a victory!

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