The Indianapolis Colts are 0-10. They have scored 125 points this year, third fewest in the league, and they have given up 300 points, the worst mark in the league. They are in a pretty dark place and things might not be at their worst.
The Colts still have games on the road against New England and Baltimore in addition to home games against Tennessee and Houston. Compounding the issue, they are not alone in the "Suck for Luck" sweepstakes (or are they now "sucking" for Robert Griffin III and Matt Barkley?).
When Colts owner and CEO Jim Irsay calls team GM Bill Polian throughout the week, they must stay on the phone for hours. Unless they win three of their last six, their going to have the No. 1 pick and the No. 1 "uh oh" scenario on their hands involving their icon Peyton Manning.
The NFL draft is quite a ways away and for the players that are out there on the field on Sundays, it must seem like the end of the season is light years away. The silver lining to this big, dark, gray cloud is this coming week's matchup.
Here are the 10 things the Colts need to fix throughout the week to win at home Sunday against Carolina.