Colts Recover Blocked Punt for Touchdown, Trail Chiefs in Divisional Round

Colts quarterback Andrew Luck rears back to throw against the Chiefs during a 2016 game at Lucas Oil Stadium

Colts Recover Blocked Punt for Touchdown, Trail Chiefs in Divisional Round

And a Chiefs fan apparently decided to make a snowball during Saturday's AFC divisional playoff game. and throw it at Colts punter Rigoberto Sanchez when he was on the field. The No Touchdown game.

The Colts were back in the playoffs for the first time since 2014.

The AFC West champions will play the victor of Sunday's game between the division-rival Los Angeles Chargers and the New England Patriots next weekend for a spot in the Super Bowl in Atlanta. He had five of his passes batted down at the line of scrimmage, didn't lead the Colts to a first down until their fifth possession late in the first half, and he finished the game just 19 of 36 for 203 yards and a touchdown. Patrick Mahomes scampered in moments later to give the Colts a 24-7 lead, and snowballs fell like confetti from the upper deck. "We knew we were going up against a very good team, a very well-coached team". But in the ideal summation of their lousy afternoon, their erstwhile star kicker missed the extra point.

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History is definitely on the side of the Colts in the matchup, given that the Chiefs haven't won a playoff game at home since 1993 when they had a guy named Joe Montana as the signal caller.

Sherman, a Pro Bowler this year, has played the last six years with the Chiefs. I really think that oozes out of him, and I think what we tried to do this year was create a culture where that was a premium.

Chiefs: Await the Chargers-Patriots victor in the AFC title game.

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