I agree, to an extent. While, certainly, Trent threw it away, late, I can't blame him for what happened in the first half.
Also, I think Solari had a weak game-plan. When the running game included, nothing but, dull-assed between the tackles run plays, a team that knows it's coming, tends to.....KNOW IT'S COMING!!!!!!! We should have run all over the Colts. But we abandoned our more creative plays. I didn't see the fake reverse, not one sweep, nor, even an actual reverse. When you have a team that is scared to death of allowing a running back to win the game, they are coming after it hard. They are leaning forward, to stop him. Catch them leaning. pitch it, reverse it, screen it. Don't give them, exactly what they are looking for.
I still want Solari back. I would prefer, that Herm stay far away from the offense. Solari will learn from this. I watched him learn several lessons this season. I want him to get another season, to work on his game-planning, and play-calling. He does know this offense. He just needs to be allowed to work it.