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Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne has been one of the best wide receivers in the franchise’s history and 2012 is proving one myth wrong. That myth is that Reggie Wayne was only good because of Peyton Manning and if you took Manning out of the equation he would have fell flat on his face. Well 23 catches for 294 yards in three games later, Wayne is showing he can succeed without Manning. Wayne’s quest to look for a different team is real and that might put Wayne in the position to be traded in the future. Of course not every team has one of the most talented rookies in the league with Andrew Luck, but Wayne has shown he still has a ton in the tank.… Read more
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In case you missed it, Phil B. Wilson of The Indianapolis Star talked this week about the recent roster moves and Reggie Wayne’s impressive start to the season, contrasted with the unimpressive start by the tight ends. He also speculated about Austin Collie's future with the team, and discussed the replacement refs with Jerraud Powers:
Quote machine — Powers, again, on...
Colts Authority Daily Links, 9/30/12
The Indianapolis Star's Phil Richards is at it again, diligently keeping us informed on the Colts during an otherwise uneventful bye week. Today, he talked to Ben Ijalana, who has undergone a slew of surgeries and is now faithfully plugging away behind the scenes, unwavering in his physical rehabilitation:
You can wonder if Ijalana’s...
Phil Richards of Indystar.com has a great story on Jerrell Freeman's improbable rise to the NFL, including quotes from Freeman and his father, Jimmy, as well as some of Freeman's eye-opening stats:
He can run, he can cover and you can’t bend or buckle his spirit. He is instinctive. He is studious. He is almost always in position: 13 tackles against Chicago, 18 against...
Colts Authority Daily Links 9/30/12
Thomas Attal of Bleacher Report has a good story on what he believes Andrew Luck needs to improve upon as the season continues:
Luck has been effective overall thus far, and that comes from avoiding errors—but he has hasn't been perfect. In such a weak offense, each of his errors are magnified.
It is of note that three of Luck's...
Phil Richards of The Indianapolis Star talks about Andrew Luck's ability to keep his emotions under control and avoid letting them affect him on the next series, even when things go horribly wrong:
Luck jerked off his helmet, slammed it on his thigh and spat a naughty word angrily.
There’s an expression for what happened to the Colts’ prize rookie: he got emotionally highjacked...
It's been three weeks since the season began, and as the Colts take a week off for a much-needed bye week, we look back and review what's happened so far.
Sidebar: I hate early bye weeks.
Bye weeks are generally like a welcomed rest in the middle of the season that allows teams to recover from various midseason injuries. But early bye weeks are like having a holiday falling...
Reggie Hayes of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel talks about Chuck Pagano and the Colts players having some time to reflect and heal as they prepare for a tough opponent in the Packers in Week 5. Like many, he hopes the rookie coach's second half decision making will improve, and he has a nice bit about where Andrew Luck stands after his first three games:
* Andrew Luck. It&...
Yesterday we took a look at the Indianapolis Colts' offense after three games. Today we'll evaluate the progress of the defense and special teams units.
Defensive line: C The new-look defensive line won't get as much attention as the 3-4 scheme is designed for them to simply occupy linemen while the linebackers make the big plays. That being said, their ability to...
Here is yesterdays Afternoon Update audio from the voice of the Colts Bob Lamey of 1070 The Fan, posted by a staff contributor. Lamey's updates are quick and informative, including some audio from Pat Angerer in this one. Be patient, as with most free content, they need to advertise, and there is about a 25 second commercial built in.
Arthur Arkush of Pro Football Weekly takes a look at how the Colts' backups have fared so far:
The results haven’t been much better for OLG Seth Olsen, who consistently has been overpowered as a run blocker and in pass protection while filling in for starter Joe Reitz.
Hot Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders. Today the girls of the Colts make an appearance and they are looking good for sure. Hopefully today's games in the NFL will be just as good with the new refs back. Yesterday we dropped the Houston Texans ladies and tomorrow will be the Jacksonville Jaguars so be sure to check back, but for now enjoy the hot gallery of Colts girls below...