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INDIANAPOLIS – It only took a deep ball down the field for the Indianapolis Colts to nearly double their total yards against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.
Colts quarterback Carson Wentz forged the transfer to running back Jonathan Taylor, just two games after the Colts picked up a first down for the first time in the game, stepped up in the pocket and fired a perfectly thrown ball, as wide receiver Ashton Dulin, who had several steps on cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting, simply had to run under on a 62-yard touchdown pass to give the Colts a 10-7 lead with 11:44 left in the second quarter.
The touchdown, which had 52 airyards according to ESPN Stats & Info, was Wentz’s longest touchdown pass in the form of airyards since Week 7 of 2017 against Washington. It was also Dulin’s first in his three-year NFL career.
The Colts had a total of 32 yards of offense prior to the touchdown pass.
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– NFL (@NFL) November 28, 2021