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.