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Over at The Indianapolis Star, Phil Richards reports on the continued shuffling of the Colts offensive line. Indianapolis has dealt with so much injury and instability along the offensive line that when Joe Reitz finally came back from his injury, Arians chose to keep Jeff Linkenbach in for continuity. Now Linkenbach is injured, and the shuffling begins anew.
The Colts started three combinations through their first four games. They went with the same five the past three weeks and are interrupting it because Jeff Linkenbach has experienced concussion symptoms.
The Colts will be facing an exceptional defense Sunday. Reitz and the offensive line sound like they're ready for the challenge.
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As if the AFC game of the week couldn't get more confusing, it looks like Donald Brown, now listed as questionable, is probably not going to play against Miami due to swelling in his knee. Robert Mathis has been confirmed, however; good new for the Colts. I'm not overly concerned about Brown; we need him next week, and Ballard's done a good job filling in for him (along...
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck celebrates as he leaves the field following an NFL football game against the Miami Dolphins in Indianapolis, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012. The Colts won 23-20. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Few outside the locker rooms of the Colts and Dolphins expected this to be a game between potential playoff contenders. At 4-3, each team coming off short...
We have a very quote-heavy Colts Notebook today. Bruce Arians and several players spoke with the media following the Colts’ exciting 23-20 victory over the Miami Dolphins. We have a few highlights, with quotes and information courtesy of the Indianapolis Colts Public Relations Department.
Andrew Luck’s Impressive Day and “Chunk Plays”
Andrew Luck broke the rookie...
Colts head coach Chuck Pagano gave an emotional speech in the locker room after his team's win over the Dolphins. See what he said here.
It looked like the Indianapolis Colts would have several key
starters today against the Miami Dolphins, as linebackers Pat Angerer, Dwight
Freeney and Robert Mathis and running back Donald Brown were all listed as
probable entering the weekend. However, Brown has been downgraded to questionable
and he could miss today’s pivotal matchup due to a knee injury, reports ESPN.
INDIANAPOLIS - It looks like Andrew Luck needed only half a season to establish himself as a worthy successor to Peyton Manning. Luck completed 30 of 48 passes for 433 yards and two touchdowns in the Colts' 23-20 win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. The 433 yards set an NFL rookie record. Cam Newton had set the record with 432 yards last season. "...
In a surprise move, Colts running back Donald Brown will be available to play Sunday against the Dolphins. Brown had been listed as doubtful with an injured knee.Fantasy Spin:Brown's impact should be minimal as Vick Ballard is slated to get the start for Indianapolis.
Andrew Luck and Ryan Tannehill put on a memorable show for Chuck Pagano on Sunday.
The rookie quarterbacks traded jab for jab, hook for hook and TD pass for TD pass. When the duel finally ended, it was Luck who had the records - and another win for his ailing coach.
Luck threw for 433 yards and two TD passes, breaking Cam Newton's single-game passing record (422 yards) for...
UPDATE: Several sources are now reporting that Donald Brown will sit this week.
Donald Brown, RB, Indianapolis Colts vs. Miami Dolphins
When you are drafted with the first overall pick in the NFL draft there is going to be hype surrounding you. Andrew Luck is living up to that hype and exceeding it. On Sunday afternoon he showed just how good he is.Luck completed 30-48 passes for a rookie record 433 yards and two touchdowns as the Indianapolis Colts came from behind to defeat the Miami Dolphins. Luck out performed...
After yet another close victory last weekend against the Titans, the Colts return home to welcome an equally surprising Dolphins team to Lucas Oil Stadium. The visit of Ryan Tannehill again pits Andrew Luck against a rookie counterpart, and (as is the case with Brandon Weeden) both quarterbacks have reason to lament the quality of receiver they're throwing to, so it should be...
If the NFL playoffs were to start next week, today’s 1 p.m. matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and the Miami Dolphins, both 4-3, would decide a wild-card spot.
The two franchises were a combined 8-24 in 2011.
But their surprising presences in the postseason conversation — albeit in a weakened AFC — go to show that the nature of the NFL game (and impressive rookie quarterbacks...