Found July 02, 2012 on 60 Max Power O:
For Indianapolis Colts fans more accustomed to settling into their recliner on Sunday afternoons to watch the Colts than a seat at Lucas Oil Stadium, the NFL's new guidelines for local television blackouts will come as a welcome bit of news. Under the old system, each NFL team has to sell out all of their non-premium tickets 48 hours prior to kick off for the network broadcast of the game to be available in the home market. Under the new rules, team can now set their own threshold, as long as at least 85% of tickets are sold for a given game. The Colts had enjoyed a sellout streak dating back to September of 2003. With a number of season ticket packages still left unsold, there was a concern that the streak would come to an end, leaving TV viewers unable to see the Colts play.  This rule is particularly meaningful to Indianapolis, which draws from a smaller metropolitan area, but a larger regional fan base. Fans in places like Fort Wayne and Terre Haute are far enough aw...

It All Starts with the O-line

    The offensive line this upcoming season must be solid or Andrew Luck and the offense will fail to take off.    First, let's breakdown the positives and negatives the current offensive line of the Colts: Left Tackle Anthony Castonzo -- The 2nd year left tackle looks to improve on his mediocre rookie campaign. Some say he was rushed into the left tackle spot...

Rookie Coaches with the best chance to win in 2012

Every year coaches come and go in the NFL, and while some struggle as a Head Coach others transition well. Since 2008, rookie Head Coaches have seen success in their first year and 2012 will be no different. Three first year coaches took their teams to the playoffs in 2008, Mike Smith of the Atlanta [...]

Nate on the two year rebuild

Nate Dunlevy and I both believe this team not only can, but must rebuild in two years. We also agree that the Colts have solved their one glaring problem quite convincingly: If Andrew Luck is destined to be a good pro, let alone a great one, the Colts will be in solid shape offensively in just a couple of years. The single biggest factor that leads to long rebuild windows is a...

Colts restrict public access to camp

In a surprise move the Colts will not open both training camp sessions each day as they have in the past: In a new wrinkle, the only practice open to the public each day will be the afternoon’s 1:50-4:30 p.m. workout (except for the two night practices Aug. 7 and Aug. 16). The only morning workout open to fans will be the last day, Aug. 17, when the team is scheduled to go from...

Arians to lead a "flexible" offense

Mel Kiper (yeah, I know) thinks offensive coordinator Bruce Arians will likely employ a fairly flexible offense designed to take advantage of matchups. Paul Kuharsky responds: Kuharsky: The question about a flexible offense that shows a lot of looks is how a patchwork offensive line will function as part of it all. The team is counting on three veteran additions -- center Samson...

Adam “Pacman” Jones says he spent $1 million in one weekend

Getty Images Indianapolis Colts rookie tight end Coby Fleener filled in for Peter King of for his weekly Monday Morning Quarterback piece and wrote about last week’s rookie symosium.  One of the most shocking things that he mentioned, was that Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones claimed that he spent $1 million in one weekend. Terrell Owens was on stage with Jones...

Adam “Pacman” Jones blew $1 million in a weekend

Last week Adam “Pacman” Jones spoke at the 2012 NFL Rookie Symposium. Colts rookie tight end Coby Fleener was in attendance and he shared an interesting tidbit about a weekend where he spent $1 million when he first got into the league. Details weren’t provided but I guess perhaps plane tickets for you and friends, lodging, bottle service, car service and [...]
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