Another Sunday, another Colts loss. Following yesterday’s 25-16 defeat at the hand of the Titans, Indianapolis continues to look like a team without an identity.
“It sucks being 0-3. It’s a sick taste in my mouth.”
— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) September 27, 2021
Despite this tough stretch, Dan Dakich reminded listeners on Monday that the Colts will have chances to get better.
“I’m not ready to say things are totally dire,” Dakich said. “The schedule does open up here, and you’ll get another shot at the Titans.”
Even with an optimistic outlook on things, Dan stressed there’s only one thing that will change the Colts fortunes.
“You gotta play better football,” Dakich said. “Offensive line play, the inconsistent running game, the lack of a passing attack, it all has to be better.”
Colts QBs pressure percentage through three games:
2020: Philip Rivers (17.9%, lowest)
2021: Carson Wentz (47.5%, highest)
Rivers finished with the second-lowest pressure rate in the league during the regular season
— Steve Palazzolo (@PFF_Steve) September 27, 2021
To build on that and dive deeper into the Colts play, our friend Sean Salisbury gave his analysis of Colts-Titans.
Plus, Sean shared his thoughts on some of the other major storylines from Week 3 around the NFL.
Give it a listen below and be sure to tune into The Dan Dakich Show, weekdays 12pm-3pm Eastern on The Fan.
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