Saints Vs. Colts: Marques Colston Has Two Touchdowns As New Orleans Look Stellar Early

The New Orleans Saints seem to be on their way to walloping the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday Night Football. More specifically, actually, it seems as though Drew Brees plans on allowing Marques Colston to wallop the away team all on his own.

Colston suffered a broken collarbone in the opening game of the NFL regular season, but that obviously isn't an issue anymore. Though Colston has just three catches in Sunday night's game, two of them have gone for touchdowns as the Saints have raced out to an early 14-0 lead with over five minutes left in the first quarter.

The Saints didn't need to move the ball much on their first drive after a funny Curtis Painter fumble, but their second touchdown was set up by a long pass out of the backfield from Pierre Thomas.

For more on this matchup, visit our Colts blog Stampede Blue and our Saints blog Canal Street Chronicle. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live updates, typically including video of the Sunday Night Football game of the week.

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