Adoree’ Jackson’s pass interference
Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett dialed up a deep ball to his receiver, Deon Cain, on a play in the first quarter in which Cain had cornerback Adoree’ Jackson beat.
Now, you can excuse a pass interference when it’s done to stop a long touchdown play like Cain seemed to have in this instance. However, Brissett ended up underthrowing his receiver, thus Jackson was still in position to make a play on the ball.
Instead of adjusting to the pass, Jackson mauled Cain and got called for a pass interference that netted the Colts 46 yards and put them in position to score, which they did a few plays later.
The problem here is that Jackson still had good positioning to make a play on the ball and didn’t need to make the wild attempt to stop Cain that he did. It was just the latest example of a questionable decision that Jackson has made time and time again during his career.