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Colts up at halftime thanks to Adam Vinatieri’s personal-best streak


The Colts have done some good things offensively.

But they know they can count on their special teams, at least one guy in particular.

The Colts have a 16-13 halftime lead over the Bears, thanks to three field goals from 43-year-old Adam Vinatieri.

The third of them was his 36th straight made field goal, the longest streak of his impressive career. He also hit a 53-yarder and a 54-yarder earlier in the game.

He hasn’t missed a field goal since Sept. 21, 2015.

Coupled with a more efficient performance by quarterback Andrew Luck, and they’re hanging onto a lead over a surprisingly game performance by Brian Hoyer and the Bears.

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2 Responses to “Colts up at halftime thanks to Adam Vinatieri’s personal-best streak”
  1. rootpain says: Oct 9, 2016 3:20 PM

    Kinda laughable. Luck is praised for playing a more efficient game because he brought the ball close enough for Vinatieri to hit three field goals, two of which were 50+ yards. And for that he’s one of the highest paid quarterbacks in the league! That’s worthy of his own participation banner to be raised and flown.

  2. j0esixpack says: Oct 9, 2016 4:03 PM

    Adam V. is rediculously good… sure fire HoF kicker

    How old is he? Patriots thought he was largely done when they let him go – and frankly they’ve spent less for a better K in Gostkowski who will be playing after Adam retires…

    But damn – it’s not like the Colts got ripped off in free agency

    This is unreal for a guy to have this sort of career

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