Colts hope to tackle problems during Wednesday’s practice

Eric Decker, Jalil Brown
New York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker (87) and Indianapolis Colts defensive back Jalil Brown (25) battle for the ball in the second half of an NFL football game in Indianapolis, Monday, Sept. 21, 2015. The pass was incomplete. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH/AP) – The Colts return for practice on Wednesday to prepare for kickoff against Tennessee on Sunday.

Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano and the team will return to the Colts Complex at 1:15 for their first practice since their Monday night defeat.

Monday, the Colts lost to the Jets 20-7. After the game coach Chuck Pagano said that his team couldn’t even win against a high school team if they played the way they did that night.

The offensive line that came into the season was already under scrutiny.

Mike Wells said “it’s reason to panic.”

Most of Indy’s troubles, so far, have been self-inflicted and the result of a bad Luck. Indy (0-2) also drew 11 penalties Monday, many of which brought back big plays and stalled drives. Dropped passes, tipped balls, the lack of a consistent ground game and playing two of the NFL’s better defenses have hurt, too.

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