Indianapolis Colts Must Fix Small Mistakes to Bounce Back After Week 1 Loss

September 14, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Indianapolis Colts didn't want to start the season this way.
No team wants to start the season with a loss.
But starting off with a 24-0 deficit in an eventual 27-14 whooping against the Buffalo Bills is particularly alarming, at least at face value. This was a sentiment that owner Jim Irsay reiterated after the game, as noted by the Indianapolis Star's Zak Keefer:
Local media was aghast at the team's showing in Buffalo, using the performance to complain about the Colts being the same old Colts. Gregg Doyel of the Indianapolis Star, for example, took the opportunity to say the Colts' offseason was a waste:
But the only way this game resembled last year was that it was reminiscent of the times the Colts played some of the toughest teams on the schedule – New England, Dallas, Pittsburgh – and decided the best way to handle being punched in the face was to lie down and bleed.
After the season, the Colts reacted by throwing around money – but ...

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