Everything was on fire after last week's loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, but the Indianapolis Colts didn't stop all week with their media response and backed it up on Sunday.

It was a four-way effort to pull off an upset against the Kansas City Chiefs. The defense and special teams did their part to keep the Colts in the game as the offense struggled all afternoon.  

Then everything fell into place for the offense when KC's missed field goal and a rare penalty that Chris Jones helped extend the Indianapolis drive. 

Matt Ryan helped lead the offense on a time-consuming drive to score the go-ahead score for his team. It's not the best win but a game like this can get a team going and start the season looking tired.  

The Colts defense looked terrible to start the game and they kept trying to get going in all four corners. They pressured Mahomes often even though they could only register one sack, which came from Yannick Ngakoue.  

The veteran turned in his best performance since entering Indianapolis. He finished with two tackles (one solo), one tackle for loss, one sack and two tackles.  

DeForest Buckner deserves a lot of credit for his play today. He helped hold the Chiefs to 2.5 yards per carry and didn't allow Mahomes to put in the pocket.  

DeForest Buckner deserves a lot of credit for his play today. He helped hold the Chiefs to 2.5 yards per carry and didn't allow Mahomes to put in the pocket.