Texans Make History, Scoring 75-Yard Touchdown on Opening Play Against Colts

Indianapolis, Indiana – The Indianapolis Colts fell short in their match against the Houston Texans on Sunday night. In their first primetime game of the season, the Texans started off strong with a remarkable play.

The Colts made a valiant effort on an 11-play, 56-yard drive. However, it ultimately ended at the Texans’ 14-yard line, resulting in Indianapolis settling for a 38-yard field goal due to a delay of game penalty. Meanwhile, the Texans had an explosive one-play drive that resulted in a touchdown.

With C.J. Stroud provided enough time in the pocket, the Colts’ defense was caught off guard. This allowed the Texans to become the first team in the NFL this season to score on their opening play from scrimmage. Stroud’s handsome pass found Nico Collins, who had outmaneuvered JuJu Brents, resulting in an effortless 75-yard score.

At this point, the Texans had the upper hand with a 7-3 lead. Despite missing three of their top four wideouts, the Texans had confidence in Collins, their leading receiver.

In summary, the Indianapolis Colts struggled to keep up with the Houston Texans. The Texans wasted no time in getting on the scoreboard with a remarkable 75-yard touchdown play, securing an early lead in the game.