Andrew Luck, Colts offense struggle in loss to Eagles and Carson Wentz
Indianapolis Colts have the defense and special teams, but need Andrew Luck and the offense to pull its weight in 20-16 loss to Philadelphia Eagles.
Colts fume over fourth-quarter drive that wouldn't end vs. Eagles
Insane. Exhausting. Frustrating. That is how the Colts defense described the Eagles' 17-play, 11-plus-minute fourh-quarter touchdown drive
Colts Defense Cranks Up The Aggression After Shaky Start
The Indianapolis Colts defense recovered from a rocky start on Sunday by consistently harassing Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz in Sunday's 20-16 loss to the Eagles.
Close loss to defending champs leaves Colts aggravated and in no mood to celebrate – The Athletic
Are the Colts further along than we envisioned? Certainly. Are they content just to compete? Absolutely not.
Andrew Luck, Offense Does Not Do Enough Against Eagles | 1070 the Fan
Playing the defending Super Bowl Champions, the Colts did not get the offensive support needed to steal one on the road. How did Andrew Luck play in Week Three?
KRAVITZ: Colts shouldn't have won and they should have won: Read this column and that may make sense - Bob Kravitz - 13 WTHR Indianapolis
The Indianapolis Colts had no right to think they should have won Sunday's game, a 20-16 loss to the Eagles, not when you looked at the statistics and saw them being out-gained by a huge margin, not when you saw the Eagles possessed the ball more than 40 minutes to the Colts' paltry 19:40.
First Impressions: Colts Fall To The Eagles
Colts.com’s Andrew Walker takes a closer look at the Indianapolis Colts’ 20-16 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in their 2018 regular season Week 3 matchup Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.
Five Things Learned: Colts-Eagles
What were the main takeaways from Sunday’s Indianapolis Colts 2018 Week 3 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles? Here are Five Things Learned.
Eagles 20, Colts 16: What caught our eye | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – What caught our eye in the Indianapolis Colts’ 20-16 loss to the Eagles Sunday at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field. Red-zone failures: Sometimes the NFL isn’t all that complicated. The Colts found themselves inside the Eagles’ 20-yard line five times.
5 Things Learned: Colts Miss Chance For Big Road Win | 1070 the Fan
The Colts had chances for a huge road win in Week Three, but couldn’t come up with the plays in the final quarter. What did we learn from the 20-16 loss to the Eagles?
Colts Notebook: Brissett's late cameo raises questions about Luck's shoulder | Sports | heraldbulletin.com
Even Andrew Luck was caught off guard for a moment when Jacoby Brissett came jogging onto the field for the final play of Sunday's 20-16 loss against the Eagles at
Andrew Luck replaced for final Indianapolis Colts play
Quarterback Andrew Luck was replaced for the Indianapolis Colts' last play, a Hail Mary, but coach Frank Reich said the move had "nothing to do" with Luck's shoulder and "everything to do with getting the ball into the end zone."
Red Alert: Colts' red-zone woes spell doom at Philly | Colts | heraldbulletin.com
The Colts had no business winning this game. That needs to be said right out of the gate.
.@colts #DariusLeonard almost beat the @eagles by himself. That’s 3 dominant weeks in a row. How is he so good so fast?? #BaldyBreakdowns pic.twitter.com/ygAdIKNObM— Brian Baldinger (@BaldyNFL) September 24, 2018
Andrew Luck, Coach Reich on the decision to have Jacoby Brissett attempt the Hail Mary at the end of #INDvsPHI: pic.twitter.com/gaK1ZbMqWe— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) September 24, 2018
Andrew Luck talks about the offensive struggles and admits to his own misfires today. No one on offense was sharp, him included. pic.twitter.com/v4R0mEqkJY— Stephen Holder (@HolderStephen) September 23, 2018