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Colts’ Philip Rivers makes history with 400th career TD pass

Philip Rivers, Colts

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Philip Rivers has made history with his 400th touchdown pass in the second quarter against the New York Jets (via NFL on Twitter).

Rivers completed the pass to tight end Mo Alie-Cox to give the Colts a 14-7 lead over the Jets. Rivers appeared unfazed by the accomplishment, possibly because he’s in the mind frame of extending the Colts record to 2-1 in Week 3. The veteran Colts gunslinger completed all four of his passes so far to complement the touchdown.

Rivers is also now fourth in most all-time completed passes as he surpasses retired Miami Dolphins legend Dan Marino.

The Colts will look to capitalize off of Rivers’ touchdown with their defense touting their respected weight as well. The defensive backs for the Colts have been stellar so far, attempting to limit quarterback Sam Darnold as much as possible, leading to two interceptions thrown.

The Jets’ defense on the opposing end however, has not been much to brag about thus far. They will have to tune up their efforts in order to make it a competition as the game advances with the Colts firmly ahead.

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