Each week, Coltzilla brings you highlights from local sports coverage of the Colts with an emphasis on player interviews. Pre-game interviews go up throughout the week. Post-game interviews are posted shortly after the game. Hope you enjoy!
It’s Week 12 of the 2010 season, and the 6-4 Colts host the 5-5 San Diego Chargers.
UPDATED: Inside The Huddle – Tuesday morning
UPDATED: Colts Post-Game Coverage – Monday morning
UPDATED: Colts Pre-Game Show – Sunday evening
UPDATED: Countdown To Kickoff – Sunday afternoon
UPDATED: Bill Polian Show – Sunday morning
The Colts suffered their worst loss in the Peyton Manning era Sunday night to the San Diego Chargers. The Colts scored early, but the rest of the game was all San Diego. Manning was harassed all night resulting in four interceptions including two pick-sixes. In pre-game interviews, the Colts listed scoring early, winning on Special Teams, and containing the run as keys to beating the Chargers. How’d they do?
Inside The Huddle:
- Start fast, score early – The Colts took the opening kickoff and drove 78 yards for their first score. Mission accomplished (if the game ended there, we’d all be smiling this morning). Grade: A
- Win Special Teams battle – San Diego has one of the worst Special Teams in the league. Indy’s is worse. Poor field position all game, and I’m sorry, but Brandon James is not the answer. Grade: D
- Contain the run – San Diego rushed 34 times for 129 yards. That’s all they needed; their defense scored as many points as the Colts. Grade: C
Too high? Too low? What grades would you give them?
Eyewitness News 13:
In Week 12 pre-game interviews, Coach Jim Caldwell, Peyton Manning, Antoine Bethea, Dwight Freeney, and other Colts players discuss what it will take to succeed in today’s contest against the San Diego Chargers.
- Start fast, score early
- Win the Special Teams battle
- Contain the run
We’ll find out this afternoon if they’re up to the task.
Colts Pre-Game Show:
Countdown To Kickoff:
Bill Polian Show:
Colts Up Close:
Huddle Up Indy with co-hosts Clint Session and Gijon Robinson: