Matt Gay hit a field goal from 38 yards out, giving the Colts the lead. Gay's kick gave the Colts the initiative.

Despite the fact that the Texans scored a touchdown, the Colts were unable to provide a considerable amount of offensive production.

Throughout the entirety of the contest, the score remained at 7-3 right up until the two-minute warning.

Texans quarterback C.J. Stroud connected with fullback Andrew Beck for a touchdown, but the lead was short-lived.

On 30 runs, Jonathan Taylor racked up 188 yards for the Colts, marking his first game with 100 yards or more since Week 10 of the season.

After leaving the game in the first half because to a heel injury, Taylor returned for the fourth quarter.

The Colts attempted a two-point convert, but the Texans regained the lead in the latter part of the third quarter

The Texans' 12-play drive lasted for seven minutes and 13 seconds, culminating in a three-yard touchdown run by Devin Singletary.