The Indianapolis Colts secured a much-needed win at Lambeau Field on Sunday, beating the Green Bay Packers 31-26 to make their record 4-5 before heading into the bye week. Not only did the team get the win, but a few players made their mark in the franchise and league's record books.

If you don't follow him already, the Colts' Assistant Director of Communications, Matt Conti, is a great follow on Twitter. Especially on game day when he updates fans on any and all milestones the team, or individual players, achieve during over the course of four quarters. It all started with the opening kick off when Jordan Todman took it to the house for a 99-yard touchdown.

Of course Adam Vinatieri continued his record-setting season as well:

Running Back Frank Gore had a solid day as well:

Receiver T.Y. Hilton also made his mark in the teams' record book:

Finally, the win wasn't only important for hopefully salvaging the Colts' season, the fact they won in Green Bay was a feat in itself:

The team will enjoy a much-needed bye week that will hopefully give a few of the injured players like Jack Mewhort and Henry Anderson, among others the time they need to heal up and get ready for the final seven games of the season.

The Colts will be back in action on November 20th when they host the Tennessee Titans at Noon Central Time.

[Source: Matt Conti via Twitter]