Fair or not, Saturday is under more scrutiny than any interim head coach in recent memory. That happens when the owner plucks a former player from a broadcast analyst role with zero coaching experience at the pro or collegiate level to take over. Saturday’s first game was a nice story, but since then, the inexperience has been highlighted, most notably with Monday night’s end-of-game management against Pittsburgh. The Colts battle hard, but that wasn’t exactly an issue under Frank Reich. They’re still a flawed team, and the interim hasn’t changed that fact. The more errors that mount, the more pressure will be on Saturday to prove it wasn’t a mistake to hire him.
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