The Indianapolis Colts had a lot of momentum going into halftime with a 15-10 lead in Seattle Sunday night. They were dominating time of possession, stopping the Seahawks on the ground, turning over their offense and moving the ball on their defense, but the Colts couldn't do anything in the second half. Jacoby Brissett played admirably for a large portion of the game, but threw a pick-6, and was strip sacked and the ball was returned for a touchdown. Giving 14 points to the Seahawks would not allow the Colts to recover once they handed over the momentum of the game to the home team. Add to this that the Seahawks controlled the ball nearly all of the second half and you have a polar opposite result.
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