How much are you impressed with the Colts Season so far? in Colts Football Posted October 8 We beat ourselves against the Jags. We should be 4-0, but we're 3-1 and still have a lot of ability to control our own destiny. Overall, I've been impressed by Rivers (2 bad picks in game 1, had a pass bounce off MAC's chest for a pick in game 2, 0 INTs in games 3 or 4, though he lucked out twice against CHI with K. Mack dropping a tipped ball and landing out of bounds in the end zone). Our run game, I believe, will get going. I think it would already be going if we didn't lose Mack to injury. Taylor's vision seems to get better each game. Our offensive playcalling (especially runs) have been pretty predictable, so hopefully that'll change. Our WRs are a concern right now, mainly due to injury and mostly subpar play from our normal WR1, TY. I think we'll be fine, especially when Pittman (and potentially Campbell) return here... especially because we have a good TE group and have been able to find success throwing to the RBs. The STs have (other than Hot Rod's 2 misses) been very solid and are improving every week. The D has been (outside week 1) very solid. The major concern is if we'll be missing Leonard and/or Okereke for any extended period of time with the groin and thumb injuries, respectively. The past 3 games our secondary has played very well and should only improve as Blackmon gets more experience and they have more time to gel. We've been OK with sacks and good at getting QB hits and pressures just using our front 4. It'd be nice to get a few more sacks, but we seem to be just a step or 2 away from turning QB hits into sacks. Hopefull we get Turay back and give Houston a complimentary edge rusher. How impressed am I so far? I'll punt here and say 'it's too early to tell.' Why? Because we really haven't played any very dangerous teams. The Jags stink and we beat ourselves against them. The Jets stink. The Vikings, I think, are OK, but Cousins clearly had a bad day against us. The Bears, I think are also pretty good, but that was Foles' first start of the year and even though our D played very well and our O mostly moved the ball OK, we were settling for field goals too much. I'm not very worried about this team being able to make it to the playoffs, but I think we need to stay healthy (start getting guys back and preventing others from going to the injured list) and clean up a bunch of small things across the board if we're going to make any sort of run in the playoffs.