Found November 18, 2011 on
“We need a break,” said Jim Caldwell. The Indianapolis Colts are the only team in the league without a victory, and have distinguished themselves as the top candidate in the much-anticipated Andrew Luck sweepstakes. There is no doubt that 2011 has been a disappointing season for a group of players — many who are established [...]
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The internet was ablaze after several outlets picked up a half-cocked story that Adam Schefter reported Peyton Manning may be in the Redskins future plans. Of course that's not what happened at all:
Now, included in this non-answer were the words “Washington” and “ Peyton Manning.” But there was no report whatsoever that Manning would be traded, or that the Redskins...
Bob Kravitz points out that the Colts can keep Manning, draft luck and kiss the rest of the roster goodbye or build Peyton a statue and let him leave:
Then there's the financial side of it: Let's say Manning comes back for a year or maybe two. Now you're in "Let's Win One For Peyton" mode.
But there are two problems: First, this team is severely lacking...
Each week, Coltzilla will scour the net for team rankings from football experts covering the previous week, and discuss them from the fan’s perspective. Average Ranking: 32.00 (previously 32.00) – Who was it that said ‘There’s nowhere to go but up’? Does anybody know? We want to book him for the next Pancakes podcast. CBS [...]
He deserves better than this.
With your help, he might get it.
It has to be killing Jeff Saturday to endure this season. In what could well be his final season in blue and white, he's played some of his finest football and shown why his name will be enshrined in Lucas Oil Stadium's Ring of Honor one day. Saturday has anchored the line and played at his typical Pro...
Peyton Manning trade rumors are already heating up as the Indianapolis Colts continue on their ‘Suck for Luck’ campaign. The Colts are well on their way to losing all 16 games this season and securing the No. 1 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. That would enable them to take the most NFL-ready college quarterback to come out of the draft in many years, Stanford Cardinal...
(Note: I'll be traveling over the weekend. Monday's post will be a comparison of the 1997 and 1999 Colts to show how the roster was turned over in two years).
With the Colts on a bye week, no harm can be done. There are four teams with two wins right now: Carolina, Miami, Minnesota, and St. Louis. As of this morning, the tie breaker standings for the first overall pick look...