Found December 26, 2011 on
The Colts Authority:
Advanced NFL Stats broke down some kicking decisions this week and notes one in particular didn't look like a bad decision at the time:
Speaking of the Thursday night game...HOU, up by a point, kicks a FG on 4th and 2 from the IND 13 with 2 min to play. What's the big deal, you ask? It's Dan Orlovsky vs. one of the league's very best defenses. The decision was a 0.09 WP gift, and allowed IND to drive for the game winning TD.
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It's been quite a long time since the Colts have come from behind to win. No one ever expected the drought to end at the hands of Dan Orlovsky but in the crunch he got it done:
This is when things got out of control for the Texans. Orlovsky scrambled for two yards, but rookie defensive end J.J. Watt was called for illegal use of hands, giving the Colts an automatic first down...
The Colts – Texans recap has been long overdue however I was unable to proceed with my obligations as I have just recently awoken from a Texan Kool-Aid drunken stupor that was topped off with a psychotic episode induced by what I'm referring to as the Dan Orlovsky Disaster.
I missed Christmas Eve, Christmas, all the weekends games, and any family or friends that had wished...
Over the past two months, it has seemed like it was all but certain that Andrew Luck would be taking his pot of whatever-goblins-eat to the City of Fat Humps. Luck is obviously going first overall, we all know this. But now his destination is much cloudier. Actually, it really isn’t. Once the Colts complete the most unlikely three game winning streak ever (because Blaine...