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The Indianapolis Colts dominated from start to finish and took this game easily.Andrew Luck saw a lot of action this game and he took advantage of it. His stat-line was very impressive. He made great throws and picked the right players to throw the ball to. He didn't have to force anything. He had 2 touchdowns and 1 interceptions (because of a bobble by the receiver). For the third straight week, his footwork looked very good and he wasn't afraid to run. This is another solid performance. Backup Matt Hasselbeck didn't do much but didn't do anything wrong. He didn't really have an impact on the game.This was the best performance from the running game this preseason. There wasn't that one person that had a monster game, but rather, 3 players who had nice games. Vick Ballard, Donald Brown and Kerwynn Williams rushed for a total of 105 yards on 24 carries. That's a 4.3 yard per carry average which is quite good. Williams and Brown had some big runs late in th...
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The Indianapolis Colts are 1-1 thus far in the preseason and are now going against a stiff test in the Cleveland Browns. Although they look different in the regular season, the Browns look very good this preseason. This should be a great test. Last week's performance is what is needed from Andrew Luck week in and week out. He was stellar and almost all of his throws were...
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck knows that the quarterback is considered to be the leader of his franchise.
His humility and respect for both his team and the game is why in year two, he’s still walking in the trail blazed by Reggie Wayne.
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Despite being wise beyond his years, the second-year QB knows the Colts are quite totally 'his' team just yet.
Colts QB Andrew Luck while on Mike and Mike said that he believes that Reggie Wayne is the leader of the offense.
“I still defer to Reggie Wayne as the leader of our offense,” Luck said. “But I think as a quarterback there’s a natural progression of leadership, the older you get. I definitely feel more inclined this year to share my opinion if I feel like it’s necessary...
Chuck Pagano promised to make Indianapolis a better defensive team. On Saturday night, the Colts showed what they're capable of.
Indianapolis starters allowed only four first downs and three plays run in their territory, didn't yield a touchdown for the second straight week and even scored one on Larry Asante's late 48-yard interception return. Andrew Luck, meanwhile...
Andrew Luck and Brandon Weeden have come a long way in a year.
The two bright-eyed rookies who took turns staring at Hall of Fame busts during last summer's rookie symposium are now established starters and franchise cornerstones.
So when they meet again Saturday night, Luck and Weeden will be following a different preseason script - playing at least one half and likely into...
The Indianapolis Colts put it all together, and the Cleveland Browns couldn't get anything right.
Andrew Luck threw two touchdown passes and was in complete command of the offense and Indianapolis' starting defense stymied Cleveland's offense. Even the Colts' often maligned special teams had some big plays in a 27-6 victory over the Browns on Saturday night.
Being the #1 pick and heralded as the best quarterback prospect in years would have many people gain a huge ego. Subsequently it would only seem natural for a quarterback with that kind of hype to attempt to come into a team and take control. Surprisingly though, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has seemed to […]
There were times in NFL 2012 when all of these guys were nothing short of sublime.
Playing, not like the “R..O..O..K..I..E” imprint on their shiny, new, laminated Ass’n cards, but as if seasoned veterans who’d mastered the game, peerless in pursuit of wins and even having their names dropped into MVP talk on more than one Monday morning.
Then, as it almost always does in...
Indianapolis already has two wins, has kept its last two opponents out of the end zone and has seen Andrew Luck make steady progress.
The Colts' biggest feat this preseason may be simply getting healthy.
In a preseason rife with injuries, the Colts have so far avoided taking the big blows and could open the season Sept. 8 against Oakland at or near full strength.
The Browns dropped to 2-1 on the preseason with an uninspiring 27-6 loss in Indianapolis on Saturday night.
As fun as the Browns starters were to watch during the team’s first two preseason games, Saturday night in Indianapolis was just the opposite. Through two and a half quarters Andrew Luck and the Colts outplayed the Browns starters to the tune of 17-6.
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Andrew Luck's protectors are now taking their own hits.
Colts coach Chuck Pagano said Sunday that left tackle Anthony Castonzo will not play in the preseason finale after an MRI confirmed Castonzo has a mild sprain of the medial collateral ligament in his right knee. Castonzo was injured on the opening series' of Saturday night's 27-6 victory over Cleveland and did not...
With the Browns disappointing 27-6 loss to the Colts we’re likely to be left with a bad taste in our mouth leading all the way up to the opener on September 8th. The “dress rehearsal” was a sobering reality check that predictions of 11-5 and playing of “Bernie, Bernie” may have been a bit premature. Worst of all, I lost a bet on the game that will force me to be clean...