Colts camp observations: Matt Ryan has his best day yet vs. Lion

The Colts were in need of a day like Wednesday from their passing attack. With the Lions in town for the first of two days of joint practices, Matt Ryan and his receivers were looking for a step forward,

something to move beyond the days on this field where they struggled to move the ball against their own potentially 

elite defense and to flush Saturday's quarter of preseason action, when drops and penalties summed up the day. 

They did that. After an inconsistent 1-on-1 period that featured receivers winning and some oddly placed passes from Ryan, 

the first-team offense came out against the Lions' starting defense and did whatever they wanted through the air. 

Ryan finished 10 of 12 with three touchdown passes, when combining 11-on-11 settings with the red-zone portion.  

Of the two incompletions, one was a spiked ball. "I liked a lot of things we did on offense in the pass game," Colts coach Frank Reich said.  

"I thought all the quarterbacks looked good and the receivers. The Lions had their share and made some plays and made 

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