(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - While the status of Anthony Gonzalez was the major topic, Colts Head Coach Jim Caldwell did take time to address Sunday's 14-12 win over Jacksonville during his weekly news conference on Monday.
Caldwell says he was pleased with the performance of rookie receiver Austin Collie and second-year wide-out Pierre Garcon, who saw extended action after Gonzalez went down with a knee injury.
Caldwell was also pleased with the Colts' run defense, which held perennial nemesis Maurice Jones-Drew to 97 yards.
He was not pleased with the short yardage offense, which failed to convert in a couple of key situations.
Caldwell said that after looking at the game tape that the problems were not major, with small errors in technique causing the collapse of the short-yardage plays.
The Colts are off until Monday night when they face the Dolphins in South Florida.
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