•   
  •   
  •   

Sport Frank Reich Admits 1 Regret From Monday Night’s Loss

12:10  13 october  2021
12:10  13 october  2021 Source:   thespun.com

Report: USC boosters reached out to Lions OC Anthony Lynn regarding HC job

  Report: USC boosters reached out to Lions OC Anthony Lynn regarding HC job Lynn, 52, has been an NFL lifer, playing eight seasons as a running back before breaking into coaching the year he retired.USC boosters have reached out to Lynn about the school’s head-coaching vacancy, according to Jim Trotter of NFL.com. While no official contact between the parties has taken place, Trotter adds Lynn would be interested in the high-profile college position.

The Indianapolis Colts were on the wrong end of some serious Lamar Jackson magic on Monday night. Head coach Frank Reich admits that he made some mistakes during the course of the game as well, which helped open the door for Jackson to lead the Baltimore Ravens back.

a man wearing a blue hat talking on a cell phone: A closeup of Colts coach Frank Reich. © Provided by The Spun A closeup of Colts coach Frank Reich.

Up 25-17 with just over five minutes left in the game, Reich opted to play for a field goal, which would’ve pushed the lead to 11. On a 3rd-and-8, the Colts kept it safe, handing the ball to Jonathan Taylor, rather than throwing to pick up the first down.

He was stuffed for a four-yard loss, pushing things back to the Ravens 19-yard line. On the next play, Rodrigo Blankenship was blocked on his 37-yard field goal attempt. The Ravens went 75 yards to tie the game on the ensuing possession, and after another Blankenship miss, won the game in overtime with a first-drive touchdown.

Colts sign GM Chris Ballard, head coach Frank Reich to contract extensions through 2026 season

  Colts sign GM Chris Ballard, head coach Frank Reich to contract extensions through 2026 season The Colts are 32-32 and have made the playoffs in two of four seasons under Ballard. Reich is 28-20 in three seasons in Indy. Subscribe to Yardbarker's Morning Bark, the most comprehensive newsletter in sports. Customize your email to get the latest news on your favorite sports, teams and schools. Emailed daily. Always free! Sign up now ▸More must-reads:Carson Wentz on track to return from foot injury in Week 1?Colts make Darius Leonard NFL's highest-paid ILB with five-year, $99.

“I wish I had that call back,” Reich admitted, per the Indianapolis Star. “That was a conservative call.”

“In hindsight, because it didn’t work, do I wish I would have called a pass? Probably, but the reason I didn’t was I knew they were pressuring, I didn’t want to get sacked, I didn’t want anything crazy to happen,” Frank Reich continued.

“I felt good about the opportunity to gain some yards and kick. In hindsight, it wasn’t the right call.”

It didn’t help that the Colts defense couldn’t buy a stop against Jackson and company down the stretch. He finished with 442 passing yards and four touchdowns, and another 62 yards on the ground, finding Mark Andrews and Marquise Brown for 125+ yards and two touchdowns each.

With the loss, the Indianapolis Colts fall to 1-4, two games behind the Tennessee Titans in the AFC South.

The post Frank Reich Admits 1 Regret From Monday Night’s Loss appeared first on The Spun.

Geno Smith to remain Seahawks starting QB with Russell Wilson hurt .
Thus far this season, Smith has completed 45 of 71 passes (63.4%) for 507 yards with three touchdowns and an interception. He also lost a costly fumble in overtime that directly resulted in the Pittsburgh Steelers defeating Seattle on Oct. 17. Subscribe to Yardbarker's Morning Bark, the most comprehensive newsletter in sports. Customize your email to get the latest news on your favorite sports, teams and schools. Emailed daily.

usr: 3
This is interesting!