And the flavor of the day is Travis Kelce. So have a couple videos featuring everyone’s #1 NFL TE to help put the past behind you and get ready for the next challenge down in Texas, y’all.
And for dessert here’s Geoff Schwartz’ two cents about the recent loss:
But look at the circumstances: The offensive line, down Eric Fisher and Andrew Wylie, didn’t play well. The receivers, down their two best options (Hill and Sammy Watkins) against man coverage, couldn’t get open. Sure-handed tight end Travis Kelce let a few slip through his hands. The run game, which hasn’t been ideal this season, continued to struggle. Running back LeSean McCoy had a costly fumble that turned the game toward the Colts.
In a one-game sample size, I’d say it’s an overreaction to an offense that had its worst performance in its last 24 games.