The Colts-Jets game was frustrating to watch, but we're going through with some links anyway.
Conrad Brunner of 1070 The Fan broke the game down in his Hot Reads column, and in his earlier quick recap and box score.
It was eerily similar to the season-opening 41-21 loss in Chicago, as the Colts were plagued by shaky play from rookie quarterback Andrew Luck (two interceptions, one lost fumble), failed to establish any kind of presence in the running game (41 yards on 17 attempts) and were utterly defenseless. Averaging 3.2 yards per carry entering the game, the Jets racked up 252 rushing yards and a 5.7 average.
When the team loses the way the Colts did, fans usually like to move on and look forward to next week. However, if you'd like to read about what went wrong, and the few things that went right. We have got you covered.