Now that the temperatures are cooling, Ramsey seems to be toning down the rhetoric.
He never got another chance because of the fumble.
"Things happen", the FSU alum said. "But we dug ourselves too big of a hole today".
Indianapolis (3-5) won its last two games before the bye.
In what was a much-needed win, the Colts are looking to make a run in the AFC South throughout the second-half following their first divisional victory of the season. They are letting tight ends go completely uncovered. Andrew Luck went 22-of-31 for 239 yards and three touchdowns in the win.
Despite playing against one of the best offenses in the league, the Colts offense will be able to produce when it matters most, especially with how the offensive line has been performing as of late. The 3-5 Colts are facing a 3-5 Jacksonville Jaguars team, who are trending downward. He's been sacked 10 times in nine starts after going down 156 times in his first 70 games, and Luck's streak of four straight games and 184 consecutive sacks are the longest of his pro career.
Coach Doug Marrone said he understands fans being upset with the team's performance and Ramsey's remarks. "But when guys were open early on, they were wide open". "We've got to play four quarters". "He's done everything we've asked him to do".
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One of those hits drew an unnecessary roughness call against Malik Jackson - after Jacksonville had called timeout.
"We were doing everything right offensively in the first half".
There was plenty of blame to go around, though. Marlon Mack will shine once again and rush for a touchdown and at least 100 yards.
Eric Ebron #85 of the Indianapolis Colts celebrates his third touchdown of day in the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the second quarter at Lucas Oil Stadium on November 11, 2018 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Then he added three more points to his record-breaking total (2,553) before missing a 52-yard attempt wide right with 2:58 left in the game.
That loss to the Colts saw some terrible moments from the Jaguars defense, including some huge blown assignments that lead to easy touchdowns for the Colts.
Luck took full advantage of mismatches in the first half as the Jaguars struggled to cover Indy's tight ends.
After a defensive stop, Blake Bortles quickly got Jacksonville into field goal range and appeared to have them in ideal position when the officials ruled Rashad Green Sr. went down at the Colts' 23-yard line before the ball squirted free. They only got the ball back after a booth review barely beat Jacksonville's next snap and the replay review overturned the call on the field. It cost us a game.