Indianapolis Colts interim head coach Jeff Saturday had his weekly conference call today with the media and gave several updates.
Rodgers evaluated and cleared for concussion.— Joel A. Erickson (@JoelAErickson) November 21, 2022
Matt Pryor has been released from the hospital after a short stay due to illness
Saturday began his conference call giving some injury updates. Cornerback Isaiah Rodgers Sr managed to clear concussion protocol after the game, he had to exit the game due to a knock to the head late in the game. Offensive lineman Matt Pryor missed the game on Sunday due to an illness which require him being hospitalised, he has since been release after a short stay.
Jeff Saturday on the offensive line: "I thought their effort was excellent, they were pushing, fighting and giving it their best. But, it's the details that matter."— Charlie Clifford (@cliffWISH8) November 21, 2022
"We just failed at execution too often." @WISH_TV
Jeff Saturday says "execution errors" were the problem for the offensive line against the Eagles. Just one guy here or there, but that's enough to sink some plays.— George Bremer (@gmbremer) November 21, 2022
"I thought the effort was excellent ... but again it's the details that matter." #Colts
Saturday reiterates he wants to "stick with what we've got" on the offensive line. Not ruling out any more changes to the starting five, but it's not the plan. #Colts— George Bremer (@gmbremer) November 21, 2022
Saturday then went on to talk about the offensive line. He talked about liking the effort during the game on Sunday but ultimately there were too many execution errors, he said, which ended up costing the team. The Colts offensive line has been poor all year and it looked to have improved last week against the Las Vegas Raiders but the line went back to playing poorly again on Sunday.
Saturday then spoke about wanting a consistent starting five on the offensive line. He mentioned wanting to stick with the current offensive line which is starting a rookie left tackle in Bernhard Raimann and an inexperienced second year right guard in Will Fries. Saturday did not rule out any more changes on the offensive line but that does not appear to be the plan at the moment. The Colts offensive line has been a consistent mess all year at both pass protection and run blocking and that was evident again on Sunday.