Colts vs. Cardinals: Takeaways from Indianapolis' Loss to Arizona

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Colts vs. Cardinals: Takeaways from Indianapolis' Loss to Arizona
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This was always going to be a tough game for the Indianapolis Colts. On the road against a very good defense, the Colts couldn't afford to get into an early hole. 

Unfortunately, that's exactly what they did. 

The Colts allowed 20 second-quarter points and once again struggled to move the ball on offense, as the Arizona Cardinals were able to get pressure on Andrew Luck throughout the night. 

It was a comedy of errors for Indianapolis, with every player contributing to the loss, save Sergio Brown, who was as good on special teams as he's been all year. 

But one strong special teams player doesn't offset the entire rest of the roster. The Colts are as inconsistent as they come, and this was arguably their worst game (although, the St. Louis game did occur at home). 

What can we take away from this one? Well, it won't be fun, but here are the eight things I took from the Colts' embarrassment in the desert. 

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