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Jacob Tamme has been both critical and capable during his career with the Colts due to injuries to Dallas Clark. Last year it was clear that he'd developed a rapport with Manning. This year he's facing a starkly different situation like the rest of the offense. He comments in an interview with LostLetterman:
JT: Peyton is the best in the world at doing what he does – just running an offense, getting people in the right spots and calling plays. He’s doing the things above and beyond what a quarterback does. We just have to trust Curtis; he’s been doing a lot of good things. We just have to make some plays to help him out. It’s a little bit of a different offense but, at the same time, we just have to go out there and do the same things that we’ve done. And Curtis can do that.
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Indianapolis Colts fans are well on their way to accomplishing their goal for the 2011 season. The goal itself may have changed rapidly over the course of the offseason, but Indy has done a great job of conquering it. With only six games remaining in the season, the Colts have a stranglehold on last place [...]
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It has to be killing Jeff Saturday to endure this season. In what could well be his final season in blue and white, he's played some of his finest football and shown why his name will be enshrined in Lucas Oil Stadium's Ring of Honor one day. Saturday has anchored the line and played at his typical Pro...
We used to joke that no one beats the bye. Luckily, the Colts likely can't lose either according to Reggie Hayes:
Curtis Painter walked off the field Sunday and saw his shadow. That means six more weeks of bad Colts football.
I should clarify. We'll have one week of no Colts football – they have a bye next Sunday and are currently three-point favorites – before the...
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Apparently that won’t be an issue.
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Bill Polian says the Indianapolis Colts may look for Peyton Manning's successor in the next NFL draft.
Without discussing specific names, Polian, the Colts' vice chairman, told radio listeners he had already spoken with Manning about using Indy's first-round draft pick on a quarterback and that Manning is ''fine'' with that.
Speculation, of course, has...
This tweet from Colts' owner Jim Irsay made me bust up laughing instantly:
Here’s a fun game of Internet telephone, in which Adam Schefter not reporting anything led to a report of reports about a report.
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Here's today's open thread.
Possible topics of discussion:
Polian says the Colts have talked with Manning about drafting a QB. I thought I had read quotes a couple of weeks ago about Manning understanding if the Colts have to take Luck, so I didn't really think this was news. Does anyone know the quote I'm referring to?
I did a quick down and dirty look at...
Former K Matt Stover will be inducted into the Ravens’ Ring of Honor, presented by Smyth Jewelers, during halftime of this Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals.