The Colts took a lead over the Titans with 38 seconds left in the first half on Sunday and held it into the fourth quarter, but a DeMarco Murray touchdown with just under six minutes to go sent them to their eighth loss of the season. It was the eighth time that the Colts led a game at halftime this year, which is tied for second in the league, and the sixth time that they lost that lead, which is two away from tying the record for a single season. At his press conference on Monday, coach Chuck Pagano said, via Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star, the team has found “some really unique ways to screw it up” before being asked if he felt like the string of blown leads was something out of the movie Groundhog Day. As this video from Keefer’s colleague Clark Wade makes clear, Pagano is quite familiar with the movie and, after singing a little Sonny and Cher, said that he does feel like everyone is waiting for the other shoe to drop when the Colts take a lead.
Chuck Pagano: We’re finding unique ways to blow leads
Pro Football Talk | Nov 27