Colts look to rebound from 0-2 start

Road trip to Jacksonville on tap for this weekend

The Indianapolis Colts are off to a disappointing 0-2 start but coach Chuck Pagano isn’t in panic mode.


In an interview on, Pagano said the season is a long way from being over.

“It is a marathon not a sprint,” Pagano said.

On Sept. 6 the Colts opened the season at the Denver Broncos. Overall, it was a good game with Reggie Wayne and Andrew Luck having hot hands. Luck threw for 370 yards and two touchdowns while former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning had 269 yards and three touchdowns in a 31-24 Denver win.

Wayne was playing his first game since being injured against Denver last year and responded with 98 yards.

On Sept. 15 the Colts had a another disappointing loss against the Philadelphia Eagles, who kicked a game-winning field goal as time expired for a 30-27 win.

The Colts had to adjust their defense for the Eagles fast tempo offense but what they didn’t think off Darren Sproles, who finished with 152 yards.

Pagano knows not to worry after just two games. Pagano was calm with the Colts after the two first losses.

This Sunday, the Colts face the Jacksonville Jaguars.