(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning isn't immune to questions about the team's struggles this season.
While the team is off to the worst start since his rookie season, manning has dealt with a preseason knee surgery and missing starters on the offensive line in their 1-and-2 start.
Wednesday, Manning acknowledged that he must do a better job protecting the football, making better decisions, and scoring more points.
Manning has thrown four interceptions and been sacked five times - well above his average - through three games, while the Colts offense is next to last in the NFL in rushing yardage and 25th in points scored.
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