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Jim Caldwell has failed at his job if you judge him by the record of his team. But Colts vice chairman Bill Polian defended his coach this week, saying Caldwell is doing the best job he's ever in 2011. Very interesting.
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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 31.88) – Thirty-second. Bottom. And it’s unanimous. According to the experts, the Colts are the worst team in the NFL. Anyone still disagree? CBS Sports – Pete [...]
Colts Vice Chairman Bill Polian took serious issue with an argument that his son Chris has had a big hand in the team’s 0-9 record this season, so we definitely welcome a chance to hear what he thinks is to blame for the team’s record. Albert Breer of NFL.com gives us a chance to find…
Robert Mathis is the Pro Bowl story you never should have heard, his 771/2 sacks the assault on NFL quarterbacks that never should have been launched.
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What the Colts Need To Do To Win
The Colts need to play turnover-free football. Curtis Painter can't make stupid decisions and must limit the bad passes. Now, a quarterback is not the only person can turnover the ball, the running back can too. Delone Carter and fellow running backs need to hang on to the ball...
Enough was enough for Indianapolis Colts center Jeff Saturday.
Saturday called the team together Monday, a day after the Colts dropped to 0-9 for the first time since 1997 with a 31-7 loss to the Atlanta Falcons - their worst start since going 0-10 in 1997. It's a desperate bunch headed into Sunday's home game against Jacksonville (2-6).
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Phil B gives you the walking wounded report for this week's matchup against the Jaguars. Nevis appears ready while Addai does not.
Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio and Peter King explain why Michael Vick and Jim Caldwell (what?) are on the hot seat. (NBC Sports)
Another North West Athlete in the spotlight today. Ex-Husky Jerome Pathon who spent his NFL career with the Indianapolis Colts and Saints notably after shining at the University of Washington.
After a 31-7 battering of the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, one might say the Atlanta Falcons had the final word, but that wouldn't be entirely accurate.