NFL: Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts
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Indianapolis had a rough outing against the Jets last Sunday, but a little bit of home cooking seems to have fixed things right up. Indianapolis blew past Buffalo 37-5. The win was some much needed relief for Indianapolis as it spelled the end of their four-game losing streak.

It took a quarter to shake off the cobwebs, but after zero first-quarter points, the Indianapolis offense picked up 24 points in the second quarter. Meanwhile, Buffalo couldn't get anything going offensively, leaving the score at 24-0 heading into the break. The other side of the ball continued to do well for Indianapolis in the second half and held Buffalo to 5 points.

Marlon Mack was the offensive standout of the match for Indianapolis, as he rushed for 126 yards and 1 touchdown. The team can also thank their defense for forcing the opposing offense to cough up 5 turnovers.

The victory bumped Indianapolis' record up to 2-5. This is the second loss in a row for Buffalo and nudges their record down to 2-5.

Indianapolis will square off against Oakland at 4:05 p.m. next week. Oakland took a loss in their last game and are no doubt out to reverse Indianapolis's good fortune. As for Buffalo, they will face off against New England.