The Embarrassing Season For Colts Continues with the biggest meltdown in NFL history

Prior to Week 15, the last time the Indianapolis Colts were on the field was in Week 13 against the Dallas Cowboys. In that game, Indy had given up 33 points in the fourth quarter and lost 54-19

After a Week 14 bye, Indianapolis jumped right back into a nationally televised game against the Minnesota Vikings. The Colts started the first half on fire, jumping out to a 33-0 lead. Everything was clicking for Indy.

There was a blocked punt for a touchdown, a pick-six, Indy forced a fumble, everything. Indianapolis was just flat-out dominating the Vikings. This led to social media clowning Minnesota. Everyone was calling Minnesota frauds, and the Well, the Colts must’ve been jealous because they quickly reclaimed that spot.

With a 33-point lead at the half, in what should’ve been an easy upset victory, turned into the Colts blowing the largest lead in NFL history. Being outscored 39-3 in the second half, Indy allowed the Vikings to climb back into the game and steal it.

Coincidentally, the previous record for the largest comeback in NFL history was 32 points, held by the 1993 Buffalo Bills. In a Wild Card playoff game, they were led to a comeback victory by none other than Frank Reich, Indy’s recently fired head coach. Now, Reich’s former team was on the other side of history.

The Colts haven’t done much good this season but there is one thing Indy has done impressively: reach new lows. Just when it seems like the season can’t get any worse or Indy can’t figure out a more embarrassing way to lose share article on social media like Twitter

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