INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Indianapolis Colts had Tuesday off and will return to work on Wednesday as they gear up to face Kansas City on Sunday.
The Colts know if they beat the Chiefs, they are heading to the playoffs. Indianapolis will be looking to rebound against Kansas City after last week's loss on the road to the Texans. Houston's win against the Colts gave the Texans the AFC South title.
The Colts did have their chances against the 12-2 Texans, but had too many mistakes on key possessions.
Colts Interim Head Coach Bruce Arians said his team can compete with the best in the conference if they learn how to put a complete game together. "For me, it's not hard because this is year 11. You're going to win some and you're going to lose some. Sometimes you are going to lose them really bad and sometimes you are going to win them great. That doesn't have anything to do with what is going to happen the next week. " said Arians. "For me, it's easier just to move on and try and get some of these young guys to understand that. It's just one game. You weren't winning the Super Bowl yesterday. It's a learning process and every game you go out, it's an opportunity to learn how to get this team to play together and make plays in whatever we need to correct. " said the Colts Coach.
You can watch the Colts vs. Kansas City on Sunday at 1 p.m. on WISH TV.
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