Colts going back-to-back to open season for first time since 1992
It's Week 2 of the NFL's regular season, and the Colts are ready to take the field at Lucas Oil Stadium this Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.
This is the first time back-to-back home games open the regular season since 1992, and this second game gives fans a chance to work through some of the first week hiccups.
The NFL's new bag policy seemed to cause the most problems at last week's opener against the Raiders. Remember, a clear plastic bag is what you can carry into the game - not your normal women's purse.
It seems like many fans didn't get the message about the new bag security regulations before last week's game.
"We're very pleased with fans and the bag policy," said Larry Hall of the Colts. "We tried to over communicate, frankly."
This week, crews also double-checked all of the temporary railings at Lucas Oil Stadium after two fans fell last Sunday after one section of railing snapped.
Fans driving to the game said they didn't see any major problems with traffic, despite the closure of the I-65/I-70 split.