The Colts have to regroup quickly with unbeaten Denver coming to town next weekend, and that's just the way they seem to like it.
Less than 24 hours after an uncharacteristically sub-par performance at San Diego, coach Chuck Pagano started to turn his attention toward the return of Peyton Manning with the surging Broncos.
Pagano couldn't quite explain what happened in Monday night's 19-9 loss at San Diego.
But he did acknowledge there is only one way for Indianapolis (4-2) to move on — forget about the inexplicable drops, the failed third-down conversions and the inability of the defense to get off the field — and start working toward a solution before facing the Broncos (6-0) in Indy's most anticipated game of the regular season.
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