Well that was fun, wasn't it?
A day after the Colts worst loss of the season, it's still hard to find many positives to take from their 35-9 thrashing courtesy of the New York Jets. Not only was yesterday's loss the result of a complete team effort: poor coaching, poor play by the offense and poor play by the defense, but the Colts also walked away from the game with their customary killer injury - Cory Redding appears to be this week's winner, in case you were wondering.
We know what went wrong: the Colts offense, though it had success moving the ball, was unable to produce a single touchdown, the Colts defense couldn't stop the run or the pass, and the Colts special teams units were called on in far too many situations where the offense should have remained on the field.
After the jump, we're going to talk about the coaches: why I'm critical, what they could do better, and why they do what they do.
It was brought to my attention yesterday by a long-time reader that...