It’s going to be a LONG offseason for the Indianapolis Colts following its 26-11 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars over the weekend. Thanks to that defeat, and nothing else breaking their way, the Colts will be sitting at home during the playoffs.
“The Indianapolis Colts are the most disappointing, non-playoff team of the 2021 season.”
— Good Morning Football (@gmfb) January 11, 2022
Things are so bad that one of the biggest defenders of the Colts in the national media, Dan Orlovsky, has jumped ship on Indy and Carson Wentz.
.@danorlovsky7 reacts to the Colts’ collapse 😳
“Carson Wentz is to blame for this Colts loss! … I think it’s probably one of the WORST losses in the history of the organization! pic.twitter.com/SZsjCbwbVw
— First Take (@FirstTake) January 10, 2022
In order to give us some clarity, and help us find answers, The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 visited The Dan Dakich Show on Tuesday to reflect on the 2021 Indianapolis Colts. Chappy and Dan examine the current state of the team and whether any of Carson Wentz, Frank Reich or Chris Ballard will be canned.
— Around The NFL (@AroundTheNFL) January 11, 2022
Mike Chappell also shared what he discussed while interviewing Colts owner Jim Irsay and spoke on what changes the Colts could make this offseason.
‘It’s clear that we did not have the right stuff. We were not able to perform at the level we were certainly capable of performing to.’
– Jim Irsay
— Mike Chappell (@mchappell51) January 11, 2022
Give a listen to our final chat of the season with Chappy below and don’t miss The Dan Dakich Show, weekdays 12-3pm Eastern, here on 93.5 and 107.5 The Fan.
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