Colts trying to bounce back after rare 0-2 start
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indianapolis got back to work Tuesday.
Less than 24 hours after blowing a 14-point second-half lead and letting a seemingly secure win slip away in the final five minutes, the Colts coaches began searching for answers.
At 0-2, Indy looks like a team in trouble.
The defense has allowed 61 points in two games — 24 in the final 20 minutes Monday night. The offense uncharacteristically committed two turnovers that the Eagles converted into two touchdowns. And Andrew Luck has walked into the post-game news conferences each of the past two weeks lamenting his own decisions.
But coach Chuck Pagano insists this is no time to panic. He says the Colts must dig down and pull themselves out of this funk before visiting Jacksonville on Sunday.