Same old second half struggles doom Colts

Same old second half struggles doom Colts

Same old second half struggles doom Colts

Justin Coleman and J.D. McKissic and Marcus Smith?

After a Blair Walsh field goal staked Seattle to a 3-0 lead, the Colts recorded a safety when Wilson was sacked in the end zone.

For comparison, Russell Wilson, Bobby Wagner, Richard Sherman - they entered having played 204 snaps each.

The Colts players wore T-shirts during warmups that said "We will" on the front.

"The group of players they have is spectacular". Seattle has allowed three offensive touchdowns of 30 or more yards in three games, including two last week to Tennessee.

The Seahawks may need that to be the case after all after rookie standout Chris Carson, who had taken over the starting role, suffering an ankle injury Sunday night. Considering the circumstances on Sunday, the first-half effort from the Colts was one of the better halves we've ever seen from a Pagano team.

BRISSETT'S PROGRESS: Brissett played well for the first half making his third straight start since being acquired from New England.

NOTES: Seahawks DE Cliff Avril (neck injury) and CB Jeremy Lane (hip) left the game during Seattle's second defensive series and did not return.

McKissic finished with 18.7 Fanduel points in Week 4. "So we've just got to be sure to correct those things". He looked big and strong and tough and very decisive and all, and he just needs to get some more carries to get going. The Colts have struggled with illegal procedure penalties and now must deal with Seattle's thunderous crowd. But guys want to see that passion from him.

McKissic signed an undrafted free agent deal with the Atlanta Falcons in 2016, and his first professional touch was good for a 101-yard kickoff return during the preseason against the Washington Redskins.

Pagano has no illusions as to what awaits his team, which is coming off a 31-28 victory over Cleveland behind quarterback Jacoby Brissett, who was acquired from New England at the beginning of the month. They spoke to each other before and after the game.

"I don't know any more than that to tell you".

And he could do all of it in his 100th consecutive start, the longest active streak of any running back in the league. "So that happens sometimes". The 5-foot-10, 195-pound McKissic was filling in for Prosise as a dual-threat running back/pass catcher. Bennett has sat on the bench since the first preseason game. He slammed the ball into the end-zone turf, bulled through teammate Paul Richardson, who was trying to celebrate with him and threw a haymaker, an overhand-right punch into the air to punctuate his score and mood. "I think I saw him waking around [in the locker room], so hopefully it wasn't too bad". It was insane. It's something you dream of.

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