INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana — The Denver quarterback Brock Osweiler put on an amazing performance going 12 of 17 with 194 yards to lead the Broncos (5-10) past Indianapolis 25-13. He ran for one touchdown and threw for two more after he replaced the injured Trevor Siemian in the first quarter. They picked up their first road win since Dec. 4, 2016.
C.J. Anderson ran 30 times for a season high 158 yards.
The Indianapolis Colts(3-11) blew an early 10-0 lead, dropping its fifth in a row, the longest skid of coach Chuck Pagano’s six-year tenure.
Following a Colts field goal in the second quarter, Osweiler, took over.
He capitalized on a 75-yard drive with an 18-yard TD run to make it 10-7 at halftime, then gave Denver the lead after connecting on a 22-yard TD pass to Cody Latimer 4:16 left in the third quarter. Osweiler added a 54-yard TD pass to Jeff Heuerman and a 2-point conversion pass to Latimer to make 22-13 and Brandon McManus sealed the victory with a 40-yard field goal.
Written by Andrew Mitchell for Woodlawn Post