NFL: Denver falls in overtime against Indianapolis in duel of kickers | Video

The Denver Broncos fell at home 12-9 vs. Indianapolis Colts from the Empower Field at Mile High in Colorado. The locals’ offense, which promised a lot for the start of the season, continues without showing forcefulness under the command of Russell Wilsonfor whom they paid 245 million dollars.

The first half of Thursday’s main game to kick off Week 5 of activities, neither offense was able to maintain a steady drive, having short drives and yardage that didn’t quite hit the promised zone.

The scoring was opened 6 minutes into the match with a Brandon McManus field goal, who converted the 33-yard kick. At the beginning of the second quarter, McManus did the job again for Denverconnecting again, now from 44 yards to put the 0-6.

indianapolis responded with a field goal from the leg of Chase McLauglin 52 yards to narrow the gap 3-6 before halftime in a stellar game that did not find any offensive forcefulness on the part of either team.

On reboot the Colts tied the match with another field goal McLauglinnow 51 yards, and things got 6-6. McManus had his chance to regain the lead for his team in the kicking duel, but it was unable to connect from 45 yards the score remained equal.

The regular time finished tied 9-9 with both teams claiming their third field goal of the gamerequiring overtime despite the fact that neither offense was able to take advantage of their opportunities and enter the end zone.

Indianapolis won the ball and had the first opportunity on offense. matt ryanquarterback from the Atlanta Falconssustained a good series that ended at the rivals’ 30-yard line and allowed McLaughlin place your team up 12-9.

Due to overtime rules, Denver had a chance to tie the Colts, and for a moment, it looked like the game would end in favor of the home team. Russell Wilson spearheaded one of his best attackscompleting two passes of 24 and 37 yards that left his team within the 15 rival. However, after not converting in the first three chances they played it in 4th and 1.

Wilson he looked to the center of the field for his wide receiver cameron sutton but the play was broken by Stephen Gilmore who finished a meeting without annotations and only 21 combined points on seven field goals.

The NFL Week 4 will be played as follows:

Thursday October 6
Indianapolis 12-9 Denver

Sunday October 9
New York (Giants)-Green Bay, 08:30 a.m., NFL GamePass
Detroit-New England, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Pittsburgh-Buffalo, 12:00 p.m. Fox Sports
Miami-New York (Jets), 12:00 p.m. Fox Sports
Atlanta-Tampa Bay, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Seattle-New Orleans, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Houston-Jacksonville, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Tennessee-Washington, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Chicago-Minnesota, 12:00 p.m. Izzi Sports
Los Angeles (Chargers)-Cleveland, 12:00 p.m., NFL GamePass
San Francisco-Carolina, 3:05 p.m., channel 9
Dallas-Los Angeles (Rams), 3:25 p.m. Fox Sports
Philadelphia-Arizona, 3:25 p.m. Fox Sports
Cincinnati-Baltimore, 7:20 p.m. ESPN

Monday October 10
Las Vegas-Kansas City, 7:15 p.m. ESPN