Colts Interim Head Coach Announces Play Caller For Week 10

The Indianapolis Colts and their fanbase have gone through a whirlwind of emotions in the past 48-hours, from the disappointment of the 26 point loss to New England, to the surprise of Frank Reich being fired, then on to the absolute shock of former centre Jeff Saturday being named interim Head Coach, and now, the surprises just keep on coming.

Just days away from their matchup with the Las Vegas Raiders (who Saturday slandered on Twitter just a week ago, adding another wrinkle to this battle), he has named Assistant Quarterbacks Coach/Passing Game Coordinator Parks Frazier as the man that will be calling plays in Week 10.

The 30-year old has been with the Colts as an assistant for four years now, and while he may be a good name for the role, from the outside looking in, it's just another strange move for Indianapolis over the past few days. The team sits at 3-5-1 on the season, and with young QB Sam Ehlinger not showing much, the season could very well be over after Week 10, so with Saturday and Frazier, it's clear that this team now is hoping for a miracle.

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