Indianapolis relying on short memories, short week to shake off embarrassing loss

The Colts don't have time to dwell on what happened Sunday. They just have to find fixes, and find them fast.

Indy (6-3) struggled offensively for the first three quarters again, gave up too many big plays and third-down conversions again, and even got fooled on kick return coverage, too.

Coach Chuck Pagano didn't like anything he saw.

With a two-game lead in the AFC South over the Titans and a Thursday night trip to Tennessee looming, the Colts must move forward.

They need to fix a ground game that averaged a measly 1.3 yards per carry Sunday, find more consistency in the passing game and shore up a defense that has allowed 95 points in the last three games.