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Good Morning, Colts Fans. Happy Saturday to you all. It's time to pick some NFL games. Our staff has already sent in most (at the time this was published) of their Week 9 winners. Now it's time for you to send us yours. The leader among the staff is still Josh Boeke, who has nailed just under 73% of his picks. Currently, all of our staff members So, if you'd like to see how you stack up, take a break from raking leaves, watching TV, and practicing your upside-down touchdown dive, and
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There's good news; there's bad news. According to Phil Richards, the Colts will be without Coby Fleener and Vontae Davis this Sunday. Davis has a sprained knee (glad we got him back, eh?), and Fleener's slightly dislocated his left shoulder. Actually, according to Richards, it's a subluxation, or temporary, partial dislocation of his left shoulder. In other news...
Gosh dang it, Donald. We're sorry. 1742 career rushing yards (mostly as a backup) with a 4.2 average ypc, a vast majority of those yards coming after contact, and the hard-charging Donald Brown still gets a bad rap. (Bear with me, the link is coming)
Michael Marot of the Associated Press did a story on Donald Brown's resurgence, which many believe is thanks in part to...
Over at The Indianapolis Star, Phil Richards reports on the continued shuffling of the Colts offensive line. Indianapolis has dealt with so much injury and instability along the offensive line that when Joe Reitz finally came back from his injury, Arians chose to keep Jeff Linkenbach in for continuity. Now Linkenbach is injured, and the shuffling begins anew.
The Colts started...
As a slight followup to the last link, it's been confirmed: Robert Mathis is expected to take the field against Miami. According to the Associated Press:
The four-time Pro Bowl player expects to play Sunday against Miami after missing the previous three games with a knee injury. ''That's the plan,'' he said Thursday. ''Looking forward to being out...
Reggie Wayne has been a leader for the Colts this year, in both his on-field play and his mature press-handling. Jarrett Bell's article on how Wayne views the Luck/Manning comparison brings the veteran's thoughts to light. According to Wayne:
"I'm glad I stayed, to help [Luck] create his own legacy. He's going to have to win some games, win some rings, before...
It’s not easy to be consistent as a wide receiver in the NFL as only eight players in NFL history have reached 1,000 receptions in their career. Here’s a look at five receivers that have a chance at the feat.
Reggie Wayne (WR, Indianapolis Colts) – Age: 33, Receptions: 916
It won’t be this year, but next year Reggie Wayne will become the next player to reach 1,000 receptions...
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The Indianapolis Colts had originally listed running back Donald Brown as probable for tomorrow’s game against the Dolphins. Tonight they ended up downgrading him to questionable.
I’m sure Brown will play, but he may not get as...
Miami @ IndianapolisWhy Should I Care? The 4-3 Dolphins currently hold the fifth seed in the AFC. The 4-3 Colts, by way of what I bet is a very complex tie breaker, hold the sixth seed in the conference. These two teams have suddenly emerged as dark-horse playoff contenders. This matchup will decide who is able to hold on to that coveted playoff spot for at least one more week.By...
Miami Dolphins (4-3) at Indianapolis Colts (4-3)
Both of these teams sit at 4-3, meaning this game could easily have playoff implications and one or both of these teams could make the playoffs. I bet you didn’t see that coming. I would say these teams are pretty equal. I had Miami ranked 10th in my Power Rankings and Indianapolis ranked 11th. However, for some reason, Miami is...
It's week nine of the NFL season and the Miami Dolphins take their three game winning streak to Indianapolis to take on the Colts in a game that was not expected to have much significance. However, those expectations are three months old and the matchup that was projected to decide which team would likely land the first overall pick in the 2013 draft now has...
RB Donald Brown is unlikely to play on Sunday against the Dolphins.
WR Brian Hartline will play on Sunday versus the Colts. (Pro Football Talk)
S Kenny Phillips is not expected to play on Sunday against the Steelers. (Pro Football Talk)