Indianapolis Colts halfback Nyheim Hines is making sure to celebrate his scores in style. The 23-year old back rolled into the end zone to tie the contest between the Colts and the Detroit Lions at 7-7. He followed the score with a noteworthy cartwheel followed by a flip.
Nyheim Hines is bound for the 2021 Olympics 💯
(🎥: @Colts) pic.twitter.com/hM68kWbLu7
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) November 1, 2020
If you wanted to nitpick, you could point out the negatives for Hines, even though he has bolstered the Colts in this first half, subsequently helping the team to move to a 20-7 lead over the Lions.
Although his celebratory moment is worth acknowledging, his performance this game aside from the touchdown has been lackluster in terms of efforts from the backfield for the Colts. He's a minus-4 in terms of yards off two carries. His only positive marks this game has been his one catch for 22 yards that resulted in the touchdown.
Hines will likely finish this game on a positive note from the backfield for the Colts. He comes into Sunday's contest totaling 81 yards off 26 carries, resulting in one rushing touchdown. He's also averaging 13.5 yards per game. If for nothing else, where he lacks in the backfield can be made up for in the passing game.
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