The Indianapolis Colts did not have much of a showing at all in Week 4 against the Oakland Raiders. Their 31-24 loss was worse than the score would indicate, but they’ve got an even tougher test in Week 5 with the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Colts injury concerns haven’t lessened as they have a lengthy injury report early on this week as well, and to top it off, they are about as bad as they’ve been in terms of execution, especially on the defensive side of the ball.
On today’s show Matt will go through and analyze the Colts’ updated PFF grades through the first quarter of the season to start things off.
The Colts, surprisingly enough, do have some guys who are having really good seasons up to this point including a couple rookies. There’s a bit of a surprise with the Colts’ tight end group, there’s another stud along the offensive line that many have forgotten how good he is, and there is also a few having really poor seasons and are plummeting down the ranks.
Additionally, Matt brings back Jim Campbell to discuss the Colts’ second quarter of the season after they’ve started 2-2 through the first four weeks. As we’ve mentioned, the Chiefs host the Colts on Sunday Night Football, then the team has their bye week in Week 6.
In Week 7 the Colts host the Houston Texans, they host the Denver Broncos in Week 8, then they travel to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 9. As it turns out, Matt and Jim have differing idea of how these next four games will turn out.
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