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INDIANAPOLIS -- Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts' offense struggled to find their rhythm Sunday, but they delivered the drive they needed. Luck's timing finally arrived on an 87-yard, third-quarter drive as the Colts found some breathing room for a 20-13 win over the Buffalo Bills at Lucas Oil Stadium. Luck completed 20 of 37 passes for 240 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Colts rookie receiver T.Y. Hilton scored on a punt return and a touchdown catch, and Reggie Wayne caught eight passes for 102 yards. The Colts (7-4) improved their position for a wild-card playoff berth. The Bills (4-7) received 107 yards on 14 carries by running back C.J. Spiller. With Indianapolis leading 13-6 in the third quarter, Luck directed a 15-play drive that was capped by an eight-yard touchdown pass to Hilton. Luck completed four third-down passes in the drive: two to Wayne, one to Donnie Avery and the touchdown pass to Hilton to make it 20-6. Hilton had left the ga...
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Andrew Luck completed 20-of-37 passes for 240 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in Sunday’s Week 12 win over the Bills. Luck had a pretty decent week. He couldn’t find Donnie Avery on any deep shots, and locked in on Reggie Wayne and was content with 10-15 yard gains. There’s nothing wrong with the Week 12 output, but there wasn’t a whole lot available. Luck’s...
Two Colts cheerleaders joined Andrew Luck, Adam Vinatieri and many other Colts players in shaving their heads to raise awareness for Leukemia. Indianapolis head coach Chuck Pagano is currently fighting the disease.
Colts cheerleader Megan initially agreed to get the buzz cut if Indianapolis’ mascot, Blue, could raise $10,000 for leukemia research. After Blue accomplished the challenge...
Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne broke the NFL record for most consecutive games with multiple receptions during the teams 20-13 victory over the Buffalo Bills Sunday. Wayne has had at least two catches in 59 straight games. Chris Carter held the previous mark with 58. Wayne broke the record late in the firs half at home against the Buffalo Bills. Wayne also passed former...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts' offense struggled to find their rhythm Sunday, but they delivered the drive they needed. Luck's timing finally arrived on an 87-yard, third-quarter drive as the Colts found some breathing room for a 20-13 win over the Buffalo Bills at Lucas Oil Stadium. Luck completed 20 of 37 passes for 240 yards with one touchdown...
Indianapolis has a rookie quarterback, an interim coach, a long injury list and one of the league's youngest teams.
Somehow, the Colts (7-4) are heading into December in playoff position.
Few expected Indy to improve this much this fast after going 2-14 last season, not even team owner Jim Irsay.
But it's tough to ignore the Colts now. They're 5-1 at home, 6-1 in games...
As the bracket from NFL.com indicates above, the Denver Broncos (8-3) would face the Indianapolis Colts (7-4) in the Wild Card Round of the 2013 Playoffs if the season ended today.
Currently the No. 4 seed in the AFC, Denver trails Houston (10-1), Baltimore (9-2) and New England (8-3). The Texans and Patriots will face off in Week 14, the Colts will face Houston twice before season’s...
New England Patriots cornerback Kyle Arrington was fined $21,000 for a helmet-to-helmet hit against Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. Arrington is the seventh Colts opponent to be fined for hits against Luck, totaling $97,500, according to the Indianapolis Star. The offense occured during last Sunday's 59-24 victory for New England.
The Seahawks continue to struggle away from home while the Bills sink deeper into the mire losing to Andrew Luck and the Colts.
T.Y. Hilton returned a punt 75 yards for a score and caught a touchdown pass from fellow rookie Andrew Luck, sparking the Indianapolis Colts to a 20-13 win over the Buffalo Bills at Lucas Oil Stadium.
The Colts (7-4) rebounded nicely from last week's humbling loss to the high-powered New England Patriots. The 59-24 dismantling halted their four- game winning streak, but just...
Lead writer Nick St. Denis and AFC East Daily contributors Dan Begnoche and Sean Donovan pick the Buffalo Bills' road contest against the Indianapolis Colts. Nick's take: Bills tailback C.J. Spiller is slated for a big day against a Colts run defense that gives up way too many big scampers. Ryan Fitzpatrick will be good enough, and Buffalo's rushing attack will limit...
One of the more entertaining games of the early slate of games, if you like offense, will be the (4-6) Bills taking on the (6-4) Colts. This game has wild card implications for both squads as Buffalo is looking to get in, while Indianapolis is looking to cushion their lead. It features two of the games more explosive offenses, with both teams being able to move the ball down the...
Money Where Your Mouth Is: Week 12
For the third time this year, in week 11, this “Money Where Your Mouth Is” article went undefeated. My record for this featured article is 17-2 against the spread and a picking percentage of 53.4 % in the year. Our best straight up picker Jonathan Taylor now holds a hit percentage of 72.2% after going 13-1 last week. Check out all our writer’s...
Yes, I said it. The Indianapolis Colts are going to the playoffs. After last seasons disaster, and the agony of saying good bye to Peyton Manning, congratulations are in order.
Colts owner, Jim Irasy. Yep.
Tears were shed, and Jim Irsay, the Colts owner, was put between a rock and a hard place. Does he keep, arguably, the cities most beloved athlete who had just had neck surgery...
The Buffalo Bills' defense sacked Andrew Luck four times, picked him off once and held the Colts' run game to 3 yards a carry.Also, Buffalo's ground game gained 5.9 yards of its own. The Bills just needed Ryan Fitzpatrick to deliver. And he didn't. Fitzpatrick missed a pair of would-be touchdown passes in the first half and was inaccurate for most of the game, yet...
After feeling the sting of defeat at the hands of the New England Patriots, Buffalo turned things around last week and picked up a much-needed win over the Dolphins. Indianapolis is looking for a similar result this week, as the team comes off a crippling loss in Foxborough but hosts the Bills Sunday. A win for the Colts would keep them in the driver's seat for a wild card spot...