Week two of the season came with some controversy for the Indianapolis Colts. As the game was winding down with the colts up 38-17, the entire stadium went dark. After moments of darkness and silence everything popped back on, but the scoreboard read 37-30. Either way the Colts start 2-0 for the second year in a row. Jameis Winston led the way as former MVP Jonathan Taylor was given the night off as he was experiencing covid like symptoms. Jameis had 316 yards passing and four touchdown passes. Tight end Noah Gray led the way with 6 grabs for 80 yards and a touchdown. Ty Hilton wound back the clock and had two touchdown receptions. Khalfani Muhammad got the start at running back and added 14 carries for 50 yards and a touchdown. On the defensive side of the ball the Colts had piled up 5 sacks before the power outage but after only had one on the board from Anthony Walker. TJ Green had his second interception in as many weeks. The Colts stingy rush defense held the Jaguars to just 99 yards on 28 carries. Indianapolis is clearly showing that their defensive front is a legit as anyone in the league. They will look to continue their hot start next week vs the Carolina Panthers.