Frank Reich got his man. Chris Ballard got his price (or reasonably close to it). And Carson Wentz got his preferred landing spot for a fresh start.
By the time Justin Houston sacked Sam Darnold in the fourth quarter for a safety, it honestly felt gratuitous. On a gorgeous Sunday evening, the Indianapolis Colts made a little history against the New York Jets. Philip Rivers added a pair of notable career milestones, the defense returned a pair of interceptions for touchdowns in the same game for the first time in 50 years and the Colts roared to a 36-7 victory at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Philip Rivers spent more than a decade picking apart the Indianapolis Colts and irritating their fans. On Wednesday, he'll become their new quarterback.
Drew Brees trotted along the sideline holding his helmet and a Hall of Fame-bound ball in his left hand while using his right hand to wave and blow kisses to an adoring Superdome crowd.
Tampa Bay isn't giving up on Jameis Winston or its season. The suddenly red-hot Buccaneers (6-7) will miss the playoffs for the 12th straight year despite rallying Sunday to beat the Indianapolis Colts 38-35 for their third consecutive victory and fourth in five games.
This Week's Circulars
Max McConchie, 58, of Marshall, IL, passed Feb. 21, 2021. Funeral services 2:00 PM Wednesday at Pearce Funeral Home. Visitation after 12:00 noon Wednesday. www.pearcefuneralservices.com
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- USAF pilot, an ISU grad, dies in crash
- Firm fall trial date set in Tanoos bribery case
- National writer says Lansing unlikely to be back at ISU
- Pedestrian death under investigation in Vermillion County
- Teachers protest by wearing black
- Two charged in Capitol breach appear in federal court
- VCSC middle, high schools to attend school four days per week
- UPDATE: Tiger Woods suffers leg injuries after California car crash
- COVID-19 shot appointments open at Landsbaum Center