The Colts' defense shored up after a poor start Sunday in Week 2 against the Dolphins, but it was not enough in a 24-20 loss.
The Dolphins racked up 398 yards of total offense, and the Colts had little answer for their passing game. Despite the Colts' five sacks as a team, Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill was still able to pass for 319 yards and a touchdown.
Besides the sacks, the Colts did not come up with a ton of big plays in the game. They forced just one turnover despite three forced fumbles, and the special teams unit barely made a dent.
The Colts DST unit has been solid but unspectacular through the first two games of the season, and things are unlikely to get much better in Week 3. The Colts head to San Francisco next Sunday.