Jacksonville Jaguars 'embarrassing' loss to Indianapolis Colts hopeful

Jacksonville, Fla. -- Just two games into the 2022 season, the Indianapolis Colts are already at a critical time. 

The Colts suffered their third shutout loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in the ex five seasons, a 24-0 loss at TIAA Bank Field, and dropping to 0-1-1 with a Week 3 game against the Kansas City Chiefs 

The Colts passed for 218 for 331 yards and allowed 21 first downs while gaining just nine. 

Meanwhile, quarterback Matt Ryan was sacked five times and tossed three interceptions for the first time in his 15 seasons, according to ESPN Stats & Information Research. 

"S--- uncomfortable," Colt's defensive tools DeForest Buckner told. 

"We've got our girl. Come tomorrow, bring it on the chin and grow out of this."

The Colts have begun to openly talk about Super Bowl goals this season, a conversation that has been renewed by seven Pro Bowl selections.

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