It was a game to forget for the Indianapolis Colts, and in more ways than one, as the 27-17 preseason loss to the Chicago Bears was almost entirely overshadowed by the news of Andrew Luck‘s shock retirement.
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Tyler Bray had a solid night despite the interception. He made a number of tight-window throws and allowed his receivers to make some plays.
Tight end Jesper Horsted had a productive night on limited snaps and caught all three of his targets for 39 yards, one touchdown and one additional first down.
On a night when all eyes quickly darted to the quarterback situation, signal-caller Chad Kelly had a relative efficient night as a passer, completing 16 of his 21 attempts for 209 yards and a score.
Al-Quadin Muhammad was nearly unstoppable out of the gates and generated multiple pressures in the first quarter.
Rookie Ben Banogu was everywhere for the Colts' defense tonight. He really shined as a pass-rusher; he created multiple pressures and caused havoc in the backfield.
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