Colts Player Injured

October 4, 2011 by staff 

Colts Player InjuredColts Player Injured, This damage. In more ways than one. Not only the Indianapolis Colts 24-17 to fall 0-4 with its loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium, the team also incurred injuries to several players to make a difference – an injury of this kind among the most Ugly game has seen.

The Colts were competitive, but still have a long way to go in terms of the deal, especially if some of the injured players are out of any period of time.

In many ways, the Colts playing good ball.

Curtis Painter, who made his debut as a starting NFL quarterbakc was not spectacular (who resigned to what has become almost routine bag a fumble in the first quarter), but did enough to keep the game play Indy (and himself at the point of departure).

Pierre Garcon who helped the cause of the painter. The receiver is separated into two receptions – the first a 87-yard scoring record and the second a valiant team effort blocking downfield in the third – to score touchdowns. Garcon finished with 146 yards on two receptions.

However, the Bucs (3-1) showed exactly what will be a force to be reckoned for a while: toughness.

In many ways, this Tampa Bay team reminds me of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Quarterback Josh Freeman has so extended or third feature film or situations, negating the defensive position in favor of the Colts and distributed seemingly countless penalties by referee Ron Winter and his team. Freeman completed 25-0f-39 for 287 yards and a touchdown.

Freeman and running back LeGarrette Blount, who finished with 127 yards rushing touchdown and the decisive game at the end of the fourth quarter, not only regained his team back, but sealed it for the final. After the Colts do not match and cleared Blount score with three minutes left, two stalwarts of the offense for the Bucs’ gas chambers of the drive from Indy to the ground. As was evident in the penultimate fever in which Blount was captured after about five meters, but could not be brought down until it was inches from the first dagger.

Freeman slipped through the prime and seal the victory.

If that hurt the Colts in the short term, all the injuries the team suffered in this game could be the long-term pain.

The worst of those injuries was just before the break when the foot defensive tackle Eric Foster was trapped under the body of teammate Tyler Brayton, dislocating his ankle Foster. He was down for a while in pain, and when they took the most genuine emotions of the players from each team. He was eventually taken out, notably trying to give life to the Colts after having seen it go down. Foster was hospitalized overnight.

The Colts also lost rookie defensive tackle Drake Nevis to a back injury, severely depleting the team along the defensive line in the final. If that was not enough, Indy lost each of his two best options at left tackle. Anthony Castonzo opener, the team pikc the first round this year, left early with an ankle injury and was replaced by fellow rookie Ben Ijalana. At game’s end, however, Ijalana sustained what appeared to be a knee injury and never returned. That led the Colts to shift right in front of Jeff Linkenbach to the left and insert Mike Tepper, who recently was a player practice squads, at right tackle.

So what does a 0-4 start for the first time in over a decade and a lot of injuries uncertain times in addition to the Colts?

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