The OL did fine. TB is the 2nd best rushing D, so anyone that expected us to be able to run all over the place either didn't know TB, or simply has unrealistic expectations....
Posted the below in another thread... But below are the two reasons we lost today.
1) D play calling was horrible. Everyone knows Winston can pick soft zones apart, especially when he steps outside of the pocket. We should have seen more man today. And why we didn't blitz more vs a QB that has been sacked almost the most in the NFL is beyond me. 2nd half adjustments sucked. He was without his staring RG, and his LT went out during the game. And we only get ONE sack?
2) Our passing game was up and down and didn't do anything when it mattered late. Sorry, but we need more than two TDs in the air when:
a) you're playing the 2nd worst passing D in the league
b) you playing the 2 best rushing D
c) you're playing a team who is top 5 in both points and passing
And again, plenty of open guys missed, and several bad passes in key moments. The throw behind Doyle near the end, and the "front" shoulder pass to Pascal late were awful. Same sheet, different game.
That’s some of it but not all of it. Today there were very few drops. Jacoby just couldn’t hit the broad side of the barn outside of the deep balls he hit. The offense needs an overhaul on weapons I agree but I think the Colts offense has more than one problem. It’s not just Jacoby, or the receivers, or the play calling. It’s all of them.