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Colts Authority Daily Links, 11-12-12
Okay, if you haven't watched the PNC Sounds of the Game series on Colts.com, you, my friend, are missing out. The Colts have chosen to publish these with nice, clear video quality. They're very well-done and fun to watch. While it's not exactly news that Indy shellacked the Jaguars, this video is likely more enjoyable than just about any video highlight of the Colts' 27-10 victory.
Here are the videos from all their wins so far this season:
Vikings @ Colts
Packers @ Colts
Browns @ Colts
Colts @ Titans
Dolphins @ Colts
Colts @ Jaguars
Click them. Bookmark them for a quick pick-me-up on a bad day. Above all, enjoy.
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At 6-3, the Colts aren't as bad as we expected. Still, Nate Dunlevy writes, whether they're a good team or not doesn't matter: they'll be making the playoffs this year. For further proof, ask the rest of the AFC. Remember Miami, a wildcard team two weeks ago? With losses to the Colts and Titans, they're now 4-5, and almost guaranteed an extended off-season. ...
Colts Authority Daily Links 11-12-12
Yes, the news broke earlier today. Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com has a quick write-up on Jerraud Powers' latest season-ending injury.
I find Powers to be one of the most thoughtful guys in the division, so I will selfishly miss being able to look for him in the Colts locker room when I cover them. His rookie contract is also expiring...
Bill Belichick must be feeling a little deja vu going on right now as the New England Patriots face the 6-3 Indianapolis Colts this Sunday. For years Belichick watched the Colts under Peyton Manning, but with Manning’s departure, a new king has arisen. Andrew Luck was supposed to be good, just not this early. His poise, ability to read defenses, and his athletic ability are all...
Last night, along with most Colts fans who realize that they might catch Houston this year, I was hoping for a Chicago victory. The Bears did prove that one needs at least some semblance of an offense to win a game, but their loss meant that, at 8-1, Houston is probably uncatchable. Paul Kuharsky goes a step further by saying we should actually be cheering for Houston, for a simple...
The Indianapolis Colts announced several roster moves Monday, including activating nose tackle Josh Chapman from the reserve/non-football injury list. Indianapolis also promoted tight end Kyle Miller from the practice squad and placed defensive tackle Drake Nevis and cornerback Jerraud Powers on injured reserve.
Heading into Sunday's highly anticipated road game with the New England Patriots, the Indianapolis Colts announced some major roster moves Monday afternoon. The Colts activated rookie nose tackle Josh Chapman off the team's reserve/non-football injury list and added him to the team's 53-player regular-season roster. Chapman is a 6-foot, 316-pound defensive lineman who...
With their 27-10 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Indianapolis Colts transformed an off-season punchline into a very real possibility. At 6-3, the Colts find themselves holding down the 5th AFC playoff seed (1st wild card spot) with a 2-game lead over the teams in 7th place (San Diego, Cincinnati and Miami are all tied at 4-5, Tennessee is sitting at 4-6). The more remarkable...
(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer Chuck Pagano and Andrew Luck are getting all the national attention.
Talk to anyone in the Colts locker room, and they'll tell you interim coach Bruce Arians is a major part in Indianapolis' stunning turnaround, too. Maybe the biggest contributor of all.
''I call him the MVP of our team because he...
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Before the season started both Nate and I gave Greg Cowan a hard time about his rather optimistic prediction on the 2012 campaign. Greg had jokingly predicted the playoffs, doing his best Jim Mora voice and we blew it off as another crazy Canadian rampage, fueled by fatback and Tim Horton's coffee.
Who's laughing now?
After a complete drubbing of the Jaguars the Colts...
Indianapolis at New England Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass. - TV: CBS; DirecTV: 711 *TV announcers: Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots *Keys to the game: Interim head coach Bruce Arians sees this as a major litmus test for the young Colts in terms of how they handle an elite opponent on the road. Rookie QB Andrew Luck has shown a tendency to force more...