It turned out poorly.
The Colts couldn't move the ball at all against a previously unimpressive San Diego defense, and the Chargers offense consistently converted third downs to extend drive.
It was a true team loss with each unit having its respective struggles in this one. The bulk of the blame has to go on the offense, however. San Diego's defense isn't good and has several key starters out with injuries, but the Colts only scored nine points.
With San Diego's offense controlling the clock and the Colts offense struggling to convert on third down, the Colts left San Diego with two losses. Why did the previously impressive Colts fall, 19-9, to the Chargers? That's what we'll look at in this week's takeaways.