By Danny Cox
The Indianapolis Colts came back from 28 points down to the Kansas City Chiefs last week and won the game. This week, they were determined to keep pace with the New England Patriots and make it a win that wasn’t nearly as stressful.
Had it not been for Andrew Luck’s repeated errors and a porous defensive line, the Colts very well could have kept it closer and possibly stayed alive in the NFL playoffs. A good season ended with a poorly played game that was not indicative of how well this team did throughout the year.
Coaching Grade: B
Chuck Pagano seemed to have a good game plan, but it just wasn’t executed well. The Colts went down 14-0 quickly, but then closed it to seven. Then, they were down 21-7, but were able to close it back to 21-15. After Steven Ridley put the Pats up…
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