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Reggie Hayes of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel talks about Chuck Pagano and the Colts players having some time to reflect and heal as they prepare for a tough opponent in the Packers in Week 5. Like many, he hopes the rookie coach's second half decision making will improve, and he has a nice bit about where Andrew Luck stands after his first three games:
* Andrew Luck. It's been a great start for the rookie quarterback. He has two games over 300 yards passing and has proved he can execute efficiently in the two-minute offense. This weekend gives him a chance to reflect on where he needs work, but also a chance to take a deep breath from the pressure. In truth, he could not have had a much better start in establishing his credentials as an NFL quarterback and team leader.
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Phil Richards of The Indianapolis Star talks about Andrew Luck's ability to keep his emotions under control and avoid letting them affect him on the next series, even when things go horribly wrong:
Luck jerked off his helmet, slammed it on his thigh and spat a naughty word angrily.
There’s an expression for what happened to the Colts’ prize rookie: he got emotionally highjacked...
Phil Richards of Indystar.com has a great story on Jerrell Freeman's improbable rise to the NFL, including quotes from Freeman and his father, Jimmy, as well as some of Freeman's eye-opening stats:
He can run, he can cover and you can’t bend or buckle his spirit. He is instinctive. He is studious. He is almost always in position: 13 tackles against Chicago, 18 against...
According to Darin Gannt of Pro Football Talk, Reggie Wayne is playing some great football despite his age. He took less money than he could have and had several offers:
“I was close. Very, very close,” Wayne said of leaving. “But just one team, probably two teams, Colts fans wouldn’t have liked.”
It’s thought one of those was New England, but Wayne grinned and said...
It's been three weeks since the season began, and as the Colts take a week off for a much-needed bye week, we look back and review what's happened so far.
Sidebar: I hate early bye weeks.
Bye weeks are generally like a welcomed rest in the middle of the season that allows teams to recover from various midseason injuries. But early bye weeks are like having a holiday falling...
In case you missed it, Phil B. Wilson of The Indianapolis Star talked this week about the recent roster moves and Reggie Wayne’s impressive start to the season, contrasted with the unimpressive start by the tight ends. He also speculated about Austin Collie's future with the team, and discussed the replacement refs with Jerraud Powers:
Quote machine — Powers, again, on...
Here is yesterdays Afternoon Update audio from the voice of the Colts Bob Lamey of 1070 The Fan, posted by a staff contributor. Lamey's updates are quick and informative, including some audio from Pat Angerer in this one. Be patient, as with most free content, they need to advertise, and there is about a 25 second commercial built in.
Arthur Arkush of Pro Football Weekly takes a look at how the Colts' backups have fared so far:
The results haven’t been much better for OLG Seth Olsen, who consistently has been overpowered as a run blocker and in pass protection while filling in for starter Joe Reitz.
Hot Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders. Today the girls of the Colts make an appearance and they are looking good for sure. Hopefully today's games in the NFL will be just as good with the new refs back. Yesterday we dropped the Houston Texans ladies and tomorrow will be the Jacksonville Jaguars so be sure to check back, but for now enjoy the hot gallery of Colts girls below...
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Thomas Attal of Bleacher Report has a good story on what he believes Andrew Luck needs to improve upon as the season continues:
Luck has been effective overall thus far, and that comes from avoiding errors—but he has hasn't been perfect. In such a weak offense, each of his errors are magnified.
It is of note that three of Luck's...
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George Bremer of the Anderson Herald Bulliten discusses Andrew Luck's first NFL bye week and where he stands right now:
The key lies in learning from the mistakes and making sure not to repeat the same errors in the future.
In that regard, Luck has earned high marks across the board.
“He’s got big enough shoulders to handle the situation...
Just ask Dwight Freeney. This did not go well at all.