Colts' Kemoko Turay suffers right leg injury against Chiefs

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When Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones was immediately ruled out against the Indianapolis Colts it was a sign that his injury meant bad news.

And then the Colts came into this madhouse and both beat up and beat down the Chiefs, running them into the turf, pressuring Mahomes and.

Hentges caught seven passes for 80 yards in the Colts' four preseason games after catching 15 passes for 124 yards and six touchdowns during his four seasons at Alabama. He had been a game-day inactive for all four of the Colts' games this season. They entered Kansas City as underdogs to defeat the high-powered and seemingly unstoppable Chiefs led by reigning league MVP Patrick Mahomes, but that's precisely what they did in an impressive 19-13 victory that saw them shut down the might Chiefs offense. The Colts (3-2) are going to be as good as they would have been with Luck. The latest setback is just one more issue for Frank Reich's team to overcome in 2019.

Colts DE Justin Houston celebrated his first trip to Kansas City as a visitor by sacking Mahomes in the first half.

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They used 8:34 off the clock to move a mere 35 yards and set up Vinatieri's next field goal. LB Zaire Franklin (hamstring) and DE Kemoko Turay (ankle) left in the second half.

NFL's Next Gen stats noted that Mahomes ran 40.2 yards on the play, the longest scramble by a quarterback this season on a successful pass play.

Chiefs welcome the Texans to Arrowhead Stadium next Sunday.

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