No doubt still riding high after their impressive win over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, several members of the Indianapolis Colts stopped by Riley's Children's Hospital in Indianapolis on Monday to spread holiday cheer to the patients by singing Christmas Carols.

Several of the more prominent names from the team's roster, including quarterback Andrew Luck, left tackle Anthony Castanzo, center Ryan Kelly, and outside linebacker Erik Walden, joined their voices with fellow teammates, as well as Colts cheerleaders and team mascot, Blue to put a few smiles on people's faces.

The Indianapolis Star was on hand for the trip and captured one of the moments on video.

The Colts official Facebook page also shared a clip of the team gathered around one of the patients:

The full video from the team's visit can be found on the Colts' official website, and includes comments from Luck and Walden about how the trip brought perspective to their own lives.