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Poll: Impact plays from Colts vs Eagles The Colts lost to the Eagles in rather heartbreaking fashion this Sunday. The defense continued its strong play from last week and limited the defending Superbowl Champs to just 20 points. Rookie Darius Leonard and emerging star Margus Hunt both continued their dominant play on the season.
Colts' Joe Haeg injured in Week 3 loss to Eagles Colts right tackle Joe Haeg suffered an ankle injury in the Week 3 loss to the Eagles.
Colts' Adam Vinatieri is tied for most career field goals made While that notion is no surprise, Vinatieri converted all three of his field goal attempts in Week 3 and is now tied with Morten Andersen for the most career field goals made in NFL history. Sitting at 565 career field goals, Vinatieri will likely exit the Week 4 home game against the Houston Texans having made incredible history.
The Colts need to learn how to win Young teams need to learn how to win. That comes with time and experience. But until that time comes, it can be a painful experience to go through. That is case with the Indianapolis Colts right now, and it hasn't been pretty early on in the season. The Colts don't have composure.
Colts explain why Jacoby Brissett, not Andrew Luck, threw late Hail Mary In what will likely have the media talking Monday, the Indianapolis Colts made a strange choice to sub in Jacoby Brissett for Andrew Luck for the team's final play in the Week 3 loss against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Andrew Luck had "no problems" with Jacoby Brissett coming on for Hail Mary Colts head coach Frank Reich said after Sunday's 20-16 loss to the Eagles that he tabbed Jacoby Brissett to throw a Hail Mary at the end of the game because he had the arm to get the ball to the end zone from Colts territory.
Colts vs. Eagles: Defensive post-game grades Here is how each unit graded out. After a shaky first drive, the defensive line performed pretty well. They had 3 sacks as a unit and did a decent job plugging up holes so running backs couldn't get through. Margus Hunt played like a man possessed and had 1.5 sacks by himself, and had a forced fumble and fumble recovery.
Luck replacement 'nothing to do' with shoulder 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."
Sloppy red-zone offense dooms Colts' upset chances The Indianapolis Colts were hanging around throughout their Week 3 matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles, and there was a sliver of hope they might pull off the massive upset. With their defense proving to be a legit unit, the Colts found themselves in several opportunities to find the end zone and put six points on the board.
Wentz, Eagles defence secure victory over Colts Carson Wentz passed for 255 yards and one touchdown to help the Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Indianapolis Colts.
5 postgame takeaways from Colts' 20-16 loss to Eagles In a game which consisted of rainy weather, a lot of defense and some sloppy offense, the Indianapolis Colts went punch for punch with the Philadelphia Eagles until the very final play. But on Sunday, everything didn't come together, which resulted in the Colts losing 20-16 to the reigning Super Bowl champions.
Studs and Duds from Colts' 20-16 loss to Eagles The Indianapolis Colts had plenty of chances to pull off an upset against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3 at Lincoln Financial Field but wound up on the losing end. In poor weather conditions throughout the entire game, the Colts defense kept them alive while the offense couldn't find much production in either phase.
Colts vs. Eagles: Offensive post-game grades The Colts played an incomplete game on Sunday, and it cost them a win. The offense was especially shaky and didn't convert opportunities enough.
Knee-Jerk Reactions: Colts lose to defending champion Eagles 16-20 Don't get me wrong, I didn't expect the Colts to win coming into the game today. I expected that the Eagles would be just a little bit too talented and too experienced for the young transitioning Colts to pull of a win on the road.
Stampede Blue Week 3 Post Game Wrap Jared from Stampede Blue wraps up the Colts Week 3 loss to the Eagles, 20-14. Just remember. No cue cards, no notes, one take.
Frank Reich on Hail Mary: Jacoby Brissett had arm to get it to end zone The Colts had the ball with seconds to play on their own 38-yard line and a need to erase a four-point deficit against the Eagles. Naturally they tried for a Hail Mary. What was unusual was that they pulled their starting quarterback for the play.
The Colts Don't Trust Andrew Luck To Throw A Hail Mary For the majority of this past offseason, the narrative surrounding Andrew Luck and his long-injured shoulder was that the Colts quarterback was close to returning to his superstar form-even though the benchmark for the full recovery began when he threw a football in late July.
5 takeaways from Colts 20-16 loss to Eagles The Indianapolis Colts traveled to face the Philadelphia Eagles on a rainy day in the city of brotherly love, but the Colts showed a little too much love in this Week 3 matchup. Penalties, yards allowed after contact and missed opportunities in the red zone were the most glaring issues today for the Colts.
Colts can't close the deal, lose close one in Philly But once again, they couldn't hold a fourth quarter lead. They self imploded in all facets of the game.
Eagles hold off Colts for 20-16 win Carson Wentz had his ups and downs in his first start since last season's torn ACL, but the Eagles defense came up big in the red zone several times and the Eagles are 2-1 after a 20-16 home win on Sunday.
Colts fall to Eagles, 20-16: Instant Analysis The Indianapolis Colts nearly pulled off the upset at Lincoln Financial Field in Week 3 against the Philadelphia Eagles, but it wasn't enough as they lost 20-16. …Andrew Luck was sacked on a fourth-and-three in the fourth quarter to seal the win for the Eagles.
Colts fall to Eagles, 20-16 Time ran out on the Colts, losing 20-16 to the Eagles in Philadelphia. Indianapolis stopped Philadelphia, but were left with 89 yards to go in 43 seconds and no timeouts. The Colts faced 4th and 3 from the Eagles 4 and couldn't convert. Philly leads 20-16 with 1:13 left on the clock.
Adam Vinatieri ties Morten Andersen for most field goals all-time The Colts offense sputtered in the red zone after Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz's second turnover of the day, but they lead 16-13 after Adam Vinatieri's third field goal of the afternoon. That kick made some history for Vinatieri. It was the 565th field goal of his career and that ties Hall of Famer Morten Andersen for the most in NFL history.
Colts' Joe Haeg ruled OUT vs. Eagles Indianapolis Colts right tackle Joe Haeg suffered an ankle injury Sunday during the Week 3 game against the Philadelphia Eagles and won't return, the team announced. Haeg initially suffered his ankle injury during the first half when he was rolled up on by running back Jordan Wilkins when the rookie was being tackled on a rush.
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