Adding another tally to its preseason "L" column doesn't bother the team at all. While it would have been nice to see the team capture a victory in front of its home fans after a solid effort, all in all it really doesn't matter that the team lost.
Why? Because the players who essentially lost the game for the Colts won't even end up making the team.
What fans should care about is how the team played in the first half when all of the starters from both teams were in the game.
By those numbers, the Colts led 14-10 at halftime.
Players always say the third preseason game is the most important because it is when everything starts to come together for them and they stay in longer than they do in any other preseason game.
Here are five ideas for the Colts to take away from their biggest tuneup before the regular season.