Colts’ bad luck season continues with blocked punt in the end zone

Maggie Hendricks

The Colts have had a terrible season. They lost Peyton Manning, they haven't won a game, and Sunday they were on the wrong end of a blocked punt in the end zone.

It's either bad luck, or the absence of Manning has exposed the Colts' many problems. Patrick Bailey had no problem getting to punter Pat McAfee in the end zone, and Jason McCourty was ready to catch the deflected ball to earn his first touchdown. The Colts went on to lose 27-10, dropping their record to 0-8.

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