The Indianapolis Colts (1-4) found themselves nearly pulling off an upset in prime-time before a historical fourth-quarter collapse resulted in a 31-25 overtime loss to the Baltimore Ravens (4-1) on Monday night.
Though it was a valiant effort from quarterback Carson Wentz, who enjoyed a career day leading the offense, it was a shameful finish from the defense–a unit that couldn’t make a stop in the final 12 minutes of regulation.
How Twitter responded to the terrible loss of national television:
Colts need to begin thinking about the future now. With the season spiraling, Wentz’s fate will be a major decision. Although he’s been a good player, you cannot lose a first round non-playoff pick. It is unacceptable to lose the
— Zach Hicks (@ZachHicks2) October 12, 2021
The Colts had a 97% chance to win this game after the Blankenship field goal to make the score 25-9.
The Colts defense conceded FOUR touchdown drives to Ravens. It took them less than 15 minutes all together.
— Indy SportsOne (@IndySportsOne) October 12, 2021
Hope someone trades the Colts six offensive tackles, and four cornerbacks, for Marlon Mack.
— Derek Schultz (@Schultz975) October 12, 2021
Fire Frank Reich. He is enough to be seen tbh
— David Wooderson (@AM_Colts) October 12, 2021