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Fort Wayne's Fox affiliate chose the Bears over the Colts this weekend. Talk about an empty bandwagon!
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Pat Angerer is quickly becoming a Classic Colt with a nose for tackling and a can-do team attitude:
Angerer refused to accept the theory the Colts defense wore down.
"I don't really pay attention to that, to be honest with you," the second-year pro said. "When they say defense, I get up, and you've got to do the job. We get paid well enough to do the job."
Phil B. points out that this is a mismatch of epic proportions:
Fact is, the Colts are 32nd in scoring defense at 29.7 points allowed per game. The Patriots average 30 points per game, ranked third behind Green Bay and New Orleans. New England has scored fewer than 20 points in a game only once. The Colts have scored 20 or more just twice. The most the Colts have scored in any game...
Ben Maller (@BenMaller) says that Chris Myers has some prognostication on Manning's chances at return:
Fox's Chris Myers reporting on FSR, after speaking with Colts Peyton Manning in Indy, he feels better than 50% chance Manning retires.
Money won't deter the Colts from taking a quarterback in April's draft. They just have to make sure they've got the right man to succeed Peyton Manning.
Early this morning, before all hell broke loose in Jacksonville and Indianapolis, I was preparing to write a post on Bill Polian’s comments from his radio show Monday night. A few hours later, Polian’s remarks remain compelling. And they will ultimately matter a lot more to the future of the Colts franchise than the decision…
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The Indianapolis Colts fired defensive coordinator Larry Coyer on Tuesday after starting the season 0-11. The question will be if there is more to come in this lost season.
Bad football teams generate casualties, not victories, and the Indianapolis Colts produced a couple Tuesday. Defensive coordinator Larry Coyer was fired and Curtis Painter is out as the team's starting quarterback. Mike Murphy will assume Coyer's duties with the NFL's 32nd-ranked defense while retaining his role as the team's linebackers coach. Backup Dan Orlovsky...