The Colts did a lot of things very well against Detroit, but what about what they didn't do so well? The third preseason game is the most meaningful as the starters get most of the playing time, so what was there that the team needs to work on? The Tribune-Star's Todd Golden takes a look in this article at what the Colts did last night and offers his opinion on the team's performance - see if you agree with what he has to say!
|Quarterback Jim Sorgi|
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Back-up quarterback Jim Sorgi's value is a topic debated by many and still receives a wide variety of answers. Some think he's nothing special or even down-right lousy, yet others (including the Colts' coaching staff) consider him a valuable player who does a great job filling in on rare occasions for Peyton Manning. Regardless of where you stand Sorgi brought the Colts results in last night's game and even considers it one of the best games of his career. Click here for reactions to Sorgi's play as well as an update on injuries and special teams!
After basking in the joy of victory the Colts will (as usual) quickly return to reality and deal with their next looming deadline. By Tuesday evening the Colts will have to trim their roster from its current 88 players down to 75. Check out ColtPower's feature on this by clicking here and be sure to check the homepage throughout the day for an update containing speculation on who's most likely to not survive this first round of cuts!