Russell Wilson describes the Broncos' loss as a'sucking good idea'.
The Broncos were down 0.49 points.
"It's very simple," said quarterback Jordan after the Broncos' 12-9 loss. At the end of the day, I've got to be better.
On a night in which the Denver defense sacked Colts quarterback Matt Ryan six times and held Indianapolis without a touchdown, the Denver offense was unable to hold up its end.
The loss, which sends the Broncos into their mini-battle at 2-3, was punctuated by a pair of missed throws into the end zone.
All-Pro cornerback Stephon Gilmore gave the Colts life instead of undercutting the route.
Wilson said he couldn't throw that.
"This is beyond my power if it is not there. He was going across the field, and we were just a little bit off on that, and it ended up negative.
Wilson was unable to connect again in overtime when the Broncos were facing an opportunity to salvage a win.
After big gains by Melvin Gordon III and Jerry Jeudy that helped push the Broncos into the red zone, Denver faced a fourth-and-1 opportunity at the Indianapolis 5-yard line.