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The Indianapolis Colts and Andrew Luck seemed like an inevitable pairing all the way back in October when reports first surfaced that Colts owner Jim Irsay was taking in some of Luck’s games first-hand.
It has long been speculated that the Colts would be drafting the top QB prospect since Peyton Manning and only another late season win could have prevented this scenario.
Luck will join a struggling Colts team which was molded to fit Peyton Manning and his style of play…he also has some pretty big shoes to fill.
Luck may never be as good as Peyton Manning overall, but if he can bring them to the playoffs year after year than his tenure as a Colt should be considered a success.
Andrew Luck – Luck will be a hot dynasty league commodity but may not reach QB1 status until his second year in the league. Reggie Wayne will provide him with an excellent target but with defenses focusing on keeping him in check Luck will have to rely on Austin Collie, Coby Fleener, Donnie Aver...
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Break out your poetry shoes, kids! It's time for an epic contest from Colts Authority and Quaker Oats.
The best Colts themed Haiku will win a football autographed by Andrew Luck courtesy of Quaker Oats.
The Quaker Oats Company is the official hot cereal sponsor of the National Football League, and throughout the relationship, Quaker and the NFL will team up in an effort to...
Peyton Manning throws a pass as quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts in 2010. (REUTERS/Brent Smith)
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It’s every NFL coach’s dream to get a quarterback that helps turn good wide receivers into great wide receivers, as that one key player can be the difference between a coach spending a long tenure on the sidelines or watching the games...
The Cardinals signed four tryout players on Monday, including RB Javarris James. James, who is the cousin of former Colts RB Edgerrin James, played in 10 games for Indianapolis in 2010. In those 10 games, James scored six touchdowns on 46 carries. James was not in the league last season. The Cardinals also signed K/P Ricky Schmitt, who originally signed with Arizona as an undrafted...
Bill Polian will become the 28th member of the Bills organization to be placed on the team's Wall of Fame. Polian was the general manager of the Bills from 1986-1993, overseeing the Bills' best seasons. Polian built a great team in Buffalo based around Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly.
After leaving Buffalo following their 3rd of 4 straight Super Bowl losses in 1993, Polian...
Dallas Clark is just 2 seasons removed from a 100 catch season in 2009, but injuries and age have slowed him over the past 2 years. Clark managed just 34 catches in 11 games last year for the poorly quarterbacked Colts. 33 in June, there was some talk that Clark would reunite with Peyton Manning in Denver, but the Colts signed Jacob Tamme, another former Colt tight end, instead....
Former Buffalo Bills general manager Bill Polian has been selected to become the latest member of the team's Wall of Fame.
Polian will become the 28th member placed on the wall that rings Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Bills have not yet selected when Polian will be honored.
Before helping transform the Indianapolis Colts into perennial contenders over the past decade, Polian was...
Former Indianapolis Colts tight end Dallas Clark hasn't received much interest on the free-agent market. According to Peter King of SI.com, the leader in the clubhouse of Clark's services is the Kansas City Chiefs. Clark, who visited the Chiefs May 1, could give Tony Moeaki a breather for 300 snaps this year, with Kevin Boss in the rotation as well. Moeaki's been injury...
You think some Sabres fans can't get over Daniel Briere?
Meet the Bills version of Danny Boy...Bill Polian.
For almost 20 years, you couldn't go far away from the pulse of Bills fans without hearing them wish for Bill Polian to return. Polian resembled some sort of prodigal son who was exiled by King Ralph (Wilson) when things seemed to be at their finest for the franchise...
Are post-draft grades worthess? This time of year the cynics come out of the woodwork to say “you can’t grade a draft until three years have gone by.” While there is definitely some truth to that statement, grading a draft class immediately after the fact is far from worthless. In fact the post-draft grades are crucial to the grading process down the line.
With the Indianapolis 500 just around the corner, Colts 101 thought long and hard (OK, we thought long) for 500 reasons to buoy the spirits of Indianapolis Colts fans. Even though the roster is being totally remade, even though the coaching staff is totally brand new, and even though there's still no idea who will start in the secondary, there are plenty of reasons for Colts...