An excruciating, 17-play touchdown drive for the Eagles, which took up most of the fourth quarter, ended up being the difference in yesterday's 20-16 Colts' loss.
After the game, there was a lot of frustration in the locker room - especially over the four defensive penalties that aided Philly. One in particular, a defensive holding call against Jabaal Sheard, came on a critical fourth down and is an infraction that is rarely called:
After a too-close loss to the Eagles, the Colts sound off on the drive that wouldn't end. "To be real," one defender said, "that s--- was frustrating."— Zak Keefer (@zkeefer) September 24, 2018
Story from Week 3 in Philadelphia: https://t.co/oDVEDei5Ka
Regardless, it was another promising defensive effort for the Colts, who did everything they could to win the game, but the offense was incapable of taking advantage.