Ahmad Bradshaw scores the only touchdown of the first half to help the Indianapolis Colts to a 10-0 lead over the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Indianapolis Colts have headed into half time with a 10-0 lead over the Cincinnati Bengals in their NFL meeting at the Lucas Oil Stadium this evening.
Neither side could find the endzone on their opening drive, but the Colts put their opponents under pressure towards the end of the first quarter, with TY Hilton carrying the ball into the red zone.
Andrew Luck handed the ball off to Ahmad Bradshaw as the home side looked for the first points of the game, but a tackle from Carlos Dunlap forced a fumble from the running back.
The Bengals were unable to capitalise on the turnover, leaving Indianapolis to set up Adam Vinatieri for a field goal in the final drive of the first quarter.
Andy Dalton struggled to find his receivers, while Giovani Bernard was unable to get the Bengals' running game going, leaving Bradshaw to run in the ball for the only touchdown of the half.
Ill-discipline cost the Colts just before the break when linebacker Erik Walden was ejected from the game for making contact with an official.
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