Colts Name Coach Who’s Never Called Plays In His Career As Their New Offensive Coordinator

The Indianapolis Colts are literally just playing Madden with their franchise.

After the firing of Frank Reich, the Colts shockingly named Jeff Saturday as the team’s interim coach. It was a shocking considering Saturday has no prior coaching experience at the collegiate or professional level. He coached high school football for a few years and wasn’t even successful at that.

Following that shocking news, the Colts needed someone to call plays given the two guys that were responsible for play calling – Reich and ex-offensive coordinator Marcus Brady – were fired last week.

So the Colts have decided to name Parks Frazier as their new offensive-play caller for Sunday’s game against the Raiders.


The 30-year-old Fraizer was the team’s pass game specialists/assistant quarterbacks coach and has no prior experience with calling plays.

The Colts will enter Sunday with a head coach who has no prior coaching experience, an offensive play-caller with no prior experience calling plays and a second year quarterback who was drafted in the 6th round.

Good luck, Indy.