Jim Irsay is never shy about firing up his troops after a loss. (Michael Conroy/AP Images)
With a two-game lead in the AFC South, the Colts stand a good chance to secure a home playoff game, if not a first-round bye.
But Indy has suffered two blowout losses in its last three games, including a 40-11 pounding in Arizona on Sunday, and needed to come back from an 11-point halftime deficit in Tennessee on Nov. 14. Loquacious owner Jim Irsay took to Twitter on Tuesday afternoon to voice his frustration.
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This isn't the first time Irsay has tweeted his frustration about his team. He said his team had a "crap performance" and he gave his "commanders" and "earful" after a preseason loss to Buffalo.
The Colts (7-4) play host to the Titans (5-6) on Sunday.
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