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When Donald Brown broke an 80-yard touchdown run against the Titans on Sunday, it marked one of the lone bright spots in a season that has been one of the most depressing in Indianapolis Colts history. The Colts finally picked up their first win of the year on their 14th try, one that also happened to the first of Dan Orlovsky’s career as an NFL starter. Orlovsky even threw a block that helped spring Brown free on his 80-yard run. As it turns out, Dan owed his fellow UConn Husky a favor.
“I’ve been living at his house for four months, rent free,” Orlovsky said according to the Indianapolis Star. “He told me the hip check was the least I could do.”
Orlovsky has been living with Brown since the Colts signed him as a free agent back in September. The two played college ball at the same school, so the compatibility was likely already there. I wonder if Brown makes him do the dishes or cut the lawn.
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The Indianapolis Colts defeated the Tennessee Titans 27-13 for their first win of the season this past Sunday. It was also the first victory for Colts quarterback Dan Orlovsky as a starter in the NFL. Late in the 4th quarter 2009 1st round draft choice Donald Brown, with some assistance from his [...]
Finally, the boarder chipped in. Living free and clear with running back Donald Brown since signing with the Indianapolis Colts as a free agent in late September, quarterback Dan Orlovsky provided a bit of payback Sunday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium.
We’re not supposed to root, but it was hard not to root for Dan Orlovsky on Sunday. No one deserves to go down in history as the quarterback of the only two NFL teams that went 0-16. Orlovsky didn’t do a lot of passing in the Colts’ win, but he did make a big block…
Dan Orlovsky threw one touchdown pass and the key block on an 80-yard TD run, leading the Colts to their first win of the season, 27-13 over Tennessee on Sunday.
Reggie Wayne caught a 1-yard touchdown pass from Dan Orlovsky with 19 seconds left and the Indianapolis Colts beat the Houston Texans 19-16 Thursday night.
The Colts (2-13) have now won two straight, both against division foes, behind Orlovsky, the former Texans quarterback who lost his first nine NFL starts.
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In the span of three minutes in the third quarter, the Colts emerged from their long winter's nap. Dan Orlovsky finished off a touchdown drive with his only good throw of the day, but what a throw it was. He dropped the ball into the outstretched hands of Reggie...
Reggie Hayes ponders whose shoulders are feeling the most relief this morning:
Is it Jim Caldwell, the coach who avoids an 0-for-season with the Colts' 27-13 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium? Is it Dan Orlovsky, the quarterback who escapes the extreme indignity of leading two winless teams? Is it Jacob Lacey, the cornerback burned countless times...
The Indianapolis Colts were winless and appeared to be playing not to lose on Sunday. But Pat Angerer and Donald Brown would have none of it.
The Indianapolis Colts finally won without Peyton Manning. It just took 14 games and three quarterbacks to get there. Dan Orlovsky threw one touchdown pass, a key block on an 80-yard TD run and the Colts defense held Chris Johnson to 55 yards rushing, to beat Tennessee 27-13 and avoid becoming the second 0-16 team in league history.
The guys don't give the Colts that much credit:
I expected the Titans to win, but gave the Colts a chance if the Titans had trouble moving the ball offensively. It was apparent in the first quarter that Johnson would not have a good game and that the Titans' wideouts would struggle immensely to win in coverage. The Titans gave them good field position with a mediocre punt...