Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton on Sunday blamed their offensive line for their embarrassing 27-0 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. According to Hilton, per, the other Colts’ players are winning their respective matchups but he emphasized that their offensive line just got to play better after allowing the Jaguars to sack quarterback Jacoby Brissett 10 times. Currently, the Colts are last in the NFL in sacks allowed with 29. However, Hilton’s comments could backfire on him as he tallied just three receptions for 46 yards in the Colts’ last two games.

On Monday, Hilton apologized to the offensive line, saying he stabbed them in the back, per Gregg Doyel of The Indianapolis Star. Hilton also plans to talk with each blocker “man to man.” Instead of addressing Hilton’s remarks, left tackle Anthony Castonzo said this is the time to band together and not separate. Without their franchise quarterback Andrew Luck, the Colts are struggling with a 2-5 mark.

Bucs’ Ward, Baker complain about playing time

After their 30-27 loss to the Buffalo Bills that extended their losing streak to three, Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety T.J. Ward and defensive tackle Chris Baker expressed frustration over their lack of playing time. Ward said he signed with the Buccaneers after he was released by the Broncos to become an impact player, but stressed that he cannot do that if “I’m not on the field.” Against the Bills, Ward played in just 24 of 67 defensive snaps as he shared the rotation with rookie Justin Evans, Chris Conte, and Keith Tandy.

“I did not come here to be a part-time player,” said Ward, who did not play a snap in the first and fourth quarters. Baker, for his part, echoed Ward’s sentiment by expressing his displeasure on his Twitter account.

Bengals rookie frustrated over lack of carries

Cincinnati Bengals rookie running back Joe Mixon decried his lack of carries in their 29-14 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday.

In that game, Mixon tallied seven carries for 48 yards and three receptions for 20 yards. However, his numbers pale in comparison with his Steelers’ counterpart, Le’Veon Bell, who finished with 134 yards on 35 carries. After getting seven carries in the first half, Mixon did not have a carry in the second half while teammate Jeremy Hill got one carry in the second half. Mixon said the lack of carries was frustrating for the team’s rushing corps. This season, Mixon is averaging 6.9 yards per carry.