INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - It wasn't pretty and the Indianapolis Colts know it.
Now all they can do is try to bounce back after an embarrassing 59-24 loss at New England on Saturday.
The Colts had four turnovers, including three interceptions by rookie quarterback Andrew Luck — two of which were returned for touchdowns. Interim head coach Bruce Arians said the mistakes Luck made were just technical errors.
Arians reminded Luck that Peyton Manning did the same thing during his first trip to New England back in 1998. The Colts lost that game 29-6 and Manning threw three interceptions, one of them returned for a touchdown.
The Colts host the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.