(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - Indianapolis Colts players spent Monday cleaning up their lockers at the team's headquarters.
The offseason came sooner than expected for the horseshoes, who lost to the San Diego Chargers 28-24 Sunday afternoon in an AFC divisional playoff game.
The 28 points allowed to the Chargers was the most the Colts gave up all season. Their inability to score in the red zone - one touchdown in three trips on Sunday - was another key to the upset loss.
It was the fourth time that the Colts have entered the playoffs with a first-round bye. They lost all four of those divisional round games.
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