I think you and I are watching two different teams.
The Colts are absolutely not undisciplined, unprepared or under-perform.
They're INJURED!! Seriously injured. Far more than most teams. (By the way, San Diego is also a badly injured team.)
Did you happen to notice the run defense got better? What a coincidence? Henry Anderson and Kendell Langford are back playing! Hello?! Clinton Geathers and TJ Green are back playing. Oh, and so is Vonte Davis, but he's still hurt and rusty.
I said weeks ago when we got healthy we'd look much better and it happened yesterday.......
In 4-plus years, I rarely think the Colts are badly coached. Mostly I think we have serious personnel issues and serious injury problems.
Andrew Luck is a great football player. He has had bad games but he's also had tons of really good games. I like the fact that he's athletic, strong and fast for a QB. There aren't many QB's I would take over him right now in the league. He's young too. Yes he should limit his mistakes but he's a dang good player imo. I just think he needs a little more to work with.
Sorgi thought he heard a whistle, but I didn't on game pass replay, or radio live. Also, Luck took off as a runner on the blitz. He should have dropped down right after this like Peyton Manning did so many times when there was no escape.
He didn't -
So Luck get caught and was being brought to the ground-
but struggles and somehow stays up -
at which point the ball gets ripped out by #57 -
There just was not enough time elapsed and enough fully stopped progress to blow a whistle. Luck needs to learn a few things. Take care of the ball is one. And he clearly did not here, and even Bob Lamey conceded it was a fumble, but thought he too heard a whistle (like Jim Sorgi did).
Officials may have terrible (they are often enough) but just not so sure that one qualifies. And I would be for a whistle on that play if one was deserved.