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Indianapolis Colts @ New York JetsIndianapolis: The Colts come off of a stunning and emotional upset of the Green Bay Packers in Week 5. The question is, with all that emotion from coach Chuck Pagano’s diagnosis poured into a herculean effort to defeat Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, do Andrew Luck and the Colts have anything left in the tank for a vulnerable Jets team? For sure I think the answer is yes, at least offensively. While the Jets do rank 5th defensively, most of that has to do with the fact the Jets are turnstile against the rush (31st). The Colts lost Donald Brown for a couple of weeks at least, so Vick Ballard will step up and get the call to start at RB. Since that probably isn’t going to result in a great rushing attack, look for Andrew Luck to use the short passing game more as a substitute for the run, and to expose the Jets’ 5th ranked pass defense. Reggie Wayne may have a tough go of it with Antonio Cromartie draped all over him, but the rest of Luck’s weapo...
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Today The New York Times' NFL writer Judy Battista profiles Andrew Luck and his impressive football acumen in the paper's Sports Section. Even with his low profile, aw-shucks demeanor, the young Colts QB manages to demand national attention every week through is eye-opening ability to play the position. Battista, who also has a nice article on all 5 NFL rookies, manages...
The Indianapolis Colts try to maintain the momentum gained after last week’s stunning upset over the Green Bay Packers as they meet the New York Jets Sunday at MetLife Stadium.It was as emotional a win as any you could imagine for the Colts, whose head coach Chuck Pagano is battling recently diagnosed leukemia. It is up to interim head coach and offensive coordinator Bruce Arians...
The Indianapolis Colts came into this week riding the high of a rousing 30-27 victory over the Green Bay Packers in Indianapolis that week.It didn’t last long.The Colts were run over (quite literally) by a truck bearing the license plate “GREENE.” As in Shonne Greene. The Jets running back, who prior to today had failed to register a single 100 yard game this season, trucked...
It seems like the league's worst 2011 team is becoming the feel-good story of 2012; Kevin Armstrong, who writes for the Jets, has a great article on Andrew Luck, maybe the most complimentary I've seen on the Colts's QB.
Luck is a 6-4, 234-pound rookie capable of throwing from all angles with uncommon touch. Already able to identify his progressions and reads, he is...
There was a plethora of things that went wrong on Sunday afternoon.
You don't lose 35-9 against a team with serious issues becuause of a few lucky breaks. The Colts lost because they have multiple issues on both sides of the ball, in coaching, and they had a few unlucky bounces.
One of the most noticable issues the Colts had against the Jets was their complete inability...
Last week Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts played extremely well against the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers. On the last 2 minutes of the game, Andrew Luck led his team down the field for the win. This week they will face a team who has their backs against the wall in the New York Jets. There has been tons of drama over the past couple of weeks with Sanchez and Tebow...
A number of designers have taken their shot at redesigning the Indianapolis Colts helmets and uniforms to their liking.Could you imagine Andrew Luck, Reggie Wayne, or Dwight Freeney wearing something like this?Featured are a number of Indianapolis Colts helmets and uniform designs. Some are interesting options that fans may like and others may strike a nerve with some fans.Images...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist Andrew Luck's first working trip to New York didn't exactly go to plan, though some punishing defense by the Jets had a lot to do with that. All part of the learning curve for rookies, who sometimes have difficulty understanding that big second-half comebacks can't be pulled off every week in the NFL.
Today, the Colts came into East Rutherford, New Jersey with high hopes and expectations against the Jets after last week’s furious and emotional comeback victory over the Packers. Many have wondered what this team can do if they put together two halves of the kind of football they played in the second half against Green Bay and in the first halves against Jacksonville and...
The Colts-Jets game was frustrating to watch, but we're going through with some links anyway.
Conrad Brunner of 1070 The Fan broke the game down in his Hot Reads column, and in his earlier quick recap and box score.
It was eerily similar to the season-opening 41-21 loss in Chicago, as the Colts were plagued by shaky play from rookie quarterback Andrew Luck (two interceptions...
There was plenty to cheer about during Week Six as the New York Jets snapped their two-game losing streak and secured a convincing win over Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.
"GROUND AND POUND!" "GROUND AND POUND!" This should be the New York Jets new mantra. A slogan to play by, to live by, TO WIN BY. The author of this article had a funny feeling about this game. In fact, the only prediction that was WAY OFF was the final score.Jets 35, Colts 9 I did, in fact, anticipate a blowout. I also assumed (incorrectly, it seems) that Colts...
The Indianapolis Colts (2-2) travel to New Jersey to take on the New York Jets (2-3) with a chance to earn an over-.500 record for the first time since the end of the 2010 regular season. Will the Colts be able to overcome not only a rash of injuries to key players but also any emotional drain they may feel after their dramatic 30-27 over the Green Bay Packers? Or will the Jets...
Are you a big Twitter user and a fan of Andrew Luck, Reggie Wayne and the Indianapolis Colts?Sometimes it can be a pain to search and find people on Twitter to follow that represent your team.We’ve done our best and put together a list of Twitter Hashtags, Players, Coaches and News Outlets covering the Indianapolis Colts.Also, instead of following and clicking on each one we created...
As a football fan, I see this every week. And, every time, it drives me crazy. A team will have 3rd and manageable either inside the Red Zone or close to it, and what do they do? They’ll call a run into the line, and they will play for the FG. Consider this an open letter to football teams. Here’s what I’ve seen in just the last few weeks:
Jacksonville v. Indianapolis...