4:04 p.m. - FINAL SCORE: COLTS 38 PANTHERS 6
Q4 3:10 Wilkins 1-yard rushing touchdown. Colts lead 38-6.
Q4 7:16 Hines 71-yard punt return for touchdown, his second of this game. Colts lead 31-6.
3:21 p.m. - Colts 24, Panthers 6 End of third quarter
Q3 10:59 Colts 35-yard field goal attempt is good. Colts lead 24-3.
2:26 p.m. - HALFTIME: Colts 21, Panthers 3
Q2 5:14 Marlon Mack 2-yard rushing TD. Colts lead 21-3.
1:47 p.m. - Colts 14, Panthers 0 End of first quarter
Q1 7:41: 84-yard punt return by Nyheim Hines gives Colts a 14-0 lead vs. Panthers
Q1 9:28: A 40-yard punt return by Nyheim Hines sets up a two-yard touchdown run by Jacoby Brissett. Colts (6-8) lead 7-0.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indianapolis Colts are still chasing wins. The Carolina Panthers want to see what they have in their rookie quarterback.
And both teams have the same goal — closing out sub-par seasons with a strong finish.
That quest begins today in Indianapolis.
Colts coach Frank Reich insists his team would be better off posting a .500 record than playing for draft position.
Panthers interim coach Perry Fewell expects new starting quarterback Will Grier to be a capable replacement for Kyle Allen.
Allen was the replacement for injured Cam Newton.
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