INDIANAPOLIS — Ryan Fitzpatrick threw two touchdown passes and the Jets’ defense forced five turnovers Monday night to give New York a 20-7 victory at Indianapolis.

The Jets are 2-0 for the first time since 2011.

Indianapolis (0-2) has lost back-to-back games for only the second time in Andrew Luck’s four-year career.

New York took a 7-0 lead on Fitzpatrick’s 6-yard TD pass midway through the first quarter, and Nick Folk made it 10-0 with a 35-yard field goal late in the first half.

Indy opened the second half by driving to the New York 1-yard line, but Darrelle Revis ended that scoring chance by recovering Frank Gore’s fumble in the end zone.

Luck finally got the Colts on the scoreboard when he found Donte Moncrief for a 26-yard TD pass early in the fourth quarter.

However, Fitzpatrick’s 15-yard TD pass to Brandon Marshall with 6:20 to play sealed the win.

PACKERS: Coach Mike McCarthy would not rule out running back Eddie Lacy for Green Bay’s game against Kansas City on Monday.

McCarthy said Lacy, who suffered an ankle injury in the Packers’ 27-17 win over Seattle on Sunday, could be on the practice field Thursday.

Lacy was injured during the Packers’ 10-play, 80-yard touchdown drive in the first possession of Sunday’s game. He didn’t return to the game and was taken to the locker room on a cart later in the first quarter.

James Starks filled in for Lacy the rest of the way and finished with 95 yards on 20 carries.

SAINTS: Coach Sean Payton isn’t ready to say whether he expects Drew Brees to miss snaps because of a hit he took to his throwing arm.

Payton says the Saints will keep evaluating Brees’ health and do what’s best for him before deciding whether he plays this Sunday at Carolina.

Brees was in the locker room Monday when it was open to reporters. His outward appearance offered no hint at anything unusual, but on Sunday he acknowledged that one of the hits he took hurt his throwing shoulder and probably affected him on some throws.

Brees never left Sunday’s 26-19 loss to Tampa Bay. He finished with 255 yards and one TD.

BEARS: Coach John Fox said quarterback Jay Cutler has a strained hamstring.

Fox said tests showed no major structural damage. He also said “anytime it’s not really severe, it’s good news.”

Cutler’s status for this week’s game against defending NFC champion Seattle is in question. Fox would not say if Cutler had an MRI or if he expected him to practice Wednesday.

TEXANS: The quarterback switch to Ryan Mallett didn’t keep the Houston Texans from starting 0-2. They’re hoping Arian Foster’s eventual return reverses their fortunes.

Coach Bill O’Brien didn’t rule out the star running back returning to the lineup this week. O’Brien said Monday that Foster (groin) is listed day to day ahead of the Texans’ Week 3 home date against Tampa Bay.

Foster was injured during training camp and Alfred Blue, Chris Polk and Jonathan Grimes have taken his snaps by committee.

In three games, Polk leads the Texans in rushing with 19 carries for 60 yards. Polk rushed for 38 yards on 14 carries in the 24-17 loss to Carolina on Sunday.

BROWNS: Coach Mike Pettine says quarterback Johnny Manziel’s winning performance on Sunday will make it tougher to decide who will start when Josh McCown returns from a concussion.

Manziel threw two long touchdown passes in a 28-14 win over Tennessee. The second-year QB has made major progress this season, and Pettine has been pleased with his development aside from four fumbles in the past two games.

Pettine said McCown remains in the NFL’s program on head injuries after sustaining a concussion on the opening drive of the season opener against the Jets.

WASHINGTON: Cornerback David Amerson, a second-round pick in the 2013 draft, was waived.

The Redskins also signed defensive end Frank Kearse on Monday.

RAVENS-DOLPHINS TRADE: Baltimore obtained cornerback Will Davis from Miami for a 2016 seventh-round draft pick.

VIKINGS: Minnesota reinstated cornerback Jabari Price to the active roster, after he served his two-game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy.

Price was punished for a drunken driving arrest last December and pleaded guilty in April to a reduced charge of careless driving.

Back at Winter Park on Monday with the Vikings, Price said “that’ll never happen again,” expressing appreciation of the team’s support.

FALCONS: Running back Tevin Coleman has a fractured rib that leaves his status in question for this week’s game at Dallas.

Coach Dan Quinn on Monday would not rule out Coleman. Quinn says Coleman’s status will be determined by his ability to play with pain.