Found December 22, 2011 on Steelers Depot:
The Indianapolis Colts may have given the Pittsburgh Steelers an early Christmas present tonight as they knocked off the Houston Texans 19-16 in the closing seconds of Thursday night football. The Colts trailed the entire game until Colts quarterback Dan Orlovsky hit wide receiver Reggie Wayne for a 1 yard touchdown with 19 seconds left in the game to give the Colts the improbable win. The loss by the Texans drops them to 10-5 on the season and it could cost them a first round bye in the playoffs as well. The Steelers could benefit from the Texans loss should they run the table against the St. Read more [...]

Thursday could be Wayne's last game in Indy

Reggie Wayne deserves a better year than he's getting, but as he looks ahead to what could be his last game in Indianapolis he's nothing but appreciative for his time: If Wayne is done in Indianapolis, he says he’ll miss the local fans. “I truly appreciate them,” Wayne said. “They come out with the Reggie signs, and no matter what the situation is they are always...

Painter v. Orlovsky

Some have made the claim recently that Orlvosky has played at a level Curtis Painter is not capable of. I believe Painter not only played at that level, but surpassed it. Painter's play was never the same after the New Orleans game. Something about that experience damaged him going forward. While Orlovsky is clearly better than Painter was in his last few weeks, he's not...

Colts top Texans in dramatic fashion

Reggie Wayne caught a 1-yard touchdown pass from Dan Orlovsky with 19 seconds left and the Indianapolis Colts beat the Houston Texans 19-16 Thursday night. The Colts (2-13) have now won two straight, both against division foes, behind Orlovsky, the former Texans quarterback who lost his first nine NFL starts. AFC South champion Houston hardly looked playoff-ready. It settled for...

When 'Reg' asks, Orlovsky delivers

In the moment of truth, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Dan Orlovsky did what wide receiver Reggie Wayne had asked him to do all week.

Quick Notes On The Win

It's Christmas and I'm exhausted from a long and memorable night. I'm not going spin up a narrative today. You all saw Reggie Wayne with his arms raised. That's all the narrative any of us need.  My quick hits: I had my office Christmas party last night a few blocks from the Luke. I kept two tickets in my pocket, just in case. The party broke up just after halftime...

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Reggie Wayne will always remember Thursday night's catch.

NFL: Colts get past Houston 19-16 for 2nd straight win

Reggie Wayne #87 of the Indianapolis Colts celebrates after catching the game-winning touchdown pass against Kareem Jackson #25 of the Houston Texans at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 22, 2011 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Colts defeated the Texans 19-16. (December 21, 2011 – Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images North America) INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Reggie Wayne followed the script...

Reggie Wayne knows Thursday could be last home game with Indianapolis Colts

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Too many roughing calls add up to rough loss for the Texans

The Colts' Reggie Wayne made one of his trademark moves to outmaneuver a Houston defensive back with 19 seconds left, freeing himself for a 1-yard touchdown catch that gave Indianapolis a stunning 19-16 victory over AFC South champion Houston.

Colts get past Houston 19-16 for 2nd straight win

INDIANAPOLIS - Reggie Wayne will always remember Thursday night's catch. The man with the expiring contract...
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