Chargers should have stayed aggressive
The Colts looked surprised by the Chargers' quickness, and San Diego's secondary did a good job of covering receivers and forcing Manning to hold the ball too long. However, the Chargers chose to play cover-2 schemes in the final minutes rather than blitz, and Manning picked apart the zone and drove the Colts to the tying touchdown.
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