On Saturday, the Indianapolis Colts fell to the Minnesota Vikings 39-36 in the Week 15 match and blew the biggest lead in NFL history.
Two weeks before this monumental event, the Indianapolis Colts played against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 13.
That was an embarrassing display as Indy gave up 33 points in the fourth quarter alone and fell 54-19.
Besides, it was during Sunday Night Football, so the entire NFL fans watched the game.
It was a huge embarrassment for the Colts, but apparently, they created another failure in a matter of two weeks.
After a Week 14 bye, the Indianapolis Colts were back to an NFL-televised match against the Minnesota Vikings.
Interestingly, Indianapolis started the first half strongly with a 33-0 lead.
Everything went perfectly, from a pick-six to a blocked punt for a touchdown.
Social media became busy at that moment calling the Vikings frauds.
Unfortunately, the Indianapolis Colts just wasted an opportunity that should’ve been an easy victory.
The Vikings outscored Indy 39-3 in the second half and created the largest comeback in NFL history.
Previously, the last record for the NFL’s largest comeback was 32 points which the 1993 Buffalo Bills held.
Coincidently, the Buffalo Bills were led to a historical comeback victory by Frank Reich, the Colts’ recently fired head coach.