After the Colts got a field goal to make the score 10-6, the Vikings had about as bad of a possession as you could have, going three and out with two incomplete passes and taking just 23 seconds off of the clock. Indianapolis got the ball back on their own 35-yard line, and started moving down the field. On a third-and-1 from the Minnesota 30-yard line, Colts' quarterback Andrew Luck rolled to his right, planted his feet, and lofted a beautiful pass to receiver Reggie Wayne in the end zone for a 30-yard touchdown pass. The Adam Vinatieri extra point made the score 17-6 Indianapolis, which is where we stand at halftime.
The Minnesota Vikings don't have a sack of Andrew Luck yet, and the Colts are currently playing four back-up offensive linemen. This is something that Minnesota needs to remedy in the second half if they want to move to 2-0 for the first time since 2009.
We're at halftime at Lucas Oil Stadium, and the Minnesota Vikings trail the Indianapolis Colts by a score of 17-6.