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At the outset of the Thursday night live blog, commenter War Machine said, “Every off-season, I promise myself that I’ll watch football when I can, given that the time between seasons feels like an almost insurmountable expanse. This is one of the games that tests the tenacity of that vow.”
Well put. Though if we’re already channeling that sense of dedication, it worries we where we’ll be after Monday night with the Steelers and the Chiefs. At least that will have been a Monday night game. The Thursday games have been almost uniformly putrid. Part of that is just the match-ups. Obviously it’s not the most valued scheduled slot by the league, even though it’s being broadcast by the NFL’s own channel. Then there’s the three days preparation thing. As the season goes on, it’s hard to tell whether that three-day break will have more or less of an effect. Less because the teams are just generally more in sync than they would be in the first month or two? Or more because, as the season go...
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Not much was expected from the Indianapolis Colts in 2012.
They released future Hall of Fame (and leading MVP candidate) Peyton Manning following a spate of neck injuries and surgeries. Along with him were released several key veterans and fan favorites: MLB Gary Brackett, TE Dallas Clark, RB Joseph Addai, and WR Anthony Gonzalez, among others. The coaching staff and front office...
Last night, Andrew Luck did his best RG3 impression running for two touchdowns in a win over the Jaguars. Luck also completed 18-of-26 passes for 227 yards and an interception while rushing for two touchdowns in the Colts’ Week 10, 27-10 win over the Jaguars on Thursday night.It wasn’t Luck’s best passing effort of the season, but he got the job done and has the Colts at 6...
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Indianapolis Colts franchise quarterback Andrew Luck, seen above boarding the team plane for Jacksonville is now #CHUCKSTRONG…Great to see the Colts rally for Chuck.-TO
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Andrew Luck Trash Talks The Packers
The Indianapolis Colts have shaved their heads in a show of support for coach Chuck Pagano. Pagano is undergoing treatment for leukemia and attended a Colts game for the first time since being diagnosed with the disease. Luck became the latest member of the no-hair club Wednesday morning. No comment was released by the team because they were heading to Jacksonville. The Colts have...
Quarterback Andrew Luck has become the latest member of the Indianapolis Colts to shave his head in support of coach Chuck Pagano, who is undergoing treatments for leukemia, a team official told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Nearly 25 Colts players have shaved their heads, including punter Pat McAfee, defensive lineman Cory Redding, kicker Adam Vinatieri, safety Antoine...
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Indianapolis Colts franchise quarterback Andrew Luck, seen above boarding the team plane for Jacksonville is now #CHUCKSTRONG…Great to see the Colts rally for their coach.
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If the playoffs were to start today, Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts would travel to the Denver Broncos to play Peyton Manning, who through 8 games, has exactly the same amount of passing yards as his replacement Luck, 2404. The Colts are 4-1 in their last 5, since Chuck Pagano had to leave the team to undergo treatment for Leukemia, with that...
The Indianapolis Colts have been at the epicenter of NFL headlines all season long.
First, everyone wanted to know how the team would fare in the Andrew Luck era after seeing the success that Peyton Manning brought. Then, first-year head coach Chuck Pagano was diagnosed with leukemia and after responding with a win against the Green Bay Packers on Oct. 7, the team became the NFL’s...
At halftime, the Jaguars trail the Colts 3 to 17, and the big difference in the game hasn't been in respect to the two teams' quarterbacks.
Blaine Gabbert has played well to this point, as has Andrew Luck. Both quarterbacks have similar numbers, but Andrew Luck has been helped more by the rest of his team than Gabbert has.
It's at this point that I'd like...
It’s something that most of us never imagined saying just two months ago, but if the NFL playoffs started today, the Andrew Luck led Indianapolis Colts would be in it.
With their fifth win in six games, and their fourth straight overall, the Colts all of a sudden find themselves in familiar territory in the playoff hunt. In fact, if the Houston Texans drop their Sunday Night...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Inspiration one week, domination the next.
The Indianapolis Colts became the latest team to hammer the Jacksonville Jaguars at home, winning 27-10 on Thursday night behind two rushing touchdowns from rookie quarterback Andrew Luck.
Darius Butler returned an interception for a score as the Colts (6-3) won their fourth consecutive game and snapped a three...
Indianapolis Colts @ Jacksonville JaguarsIndianapolis: The Colts come off a big win last week at home against the Miami Dolphins as Andrew Luck outdueled fellow rookie Ryan Tannehill in a battle of two teams and QBs that have exceeded expectations in 2012. The Colts sit at 5-3 and are now looking at avenging their early season loss to the division rival Jaguars, which they are...
Even the greatest quarterbacks can’t overcome bad teams, especially not in their rookie year. It’s something that I have always believed and will continue to believe until forever. Look at Peyton Manning, one of the most prolific passers of our time, and a number one overall draft pick. He came into a team that was legitimately terrible in 1998, and the Colts were capable of...
First, President Obama evades the replacement Romneys en route to reelection, ruining the Redskin Rule. Then, less than 24 hours later, a seductive Central Jersey snowstorm abruptly transforms into the nor'easter that would sustain Sandy's reign and eliminate electricity (among worse results) for the second time in two weeks.Thanks a lot, Carolina Panthers.While the Italian...
Head coach Mike Mularkey let that type of emotion get the best of him Thursday against the Indianapolis Colts, and hes since expressed remorse.
Jacksonvilles first-year head man lambasted officials early in Thursdays game, an episode that included Mularkey chucking his headset and play-calling sheet far onto the field.
Really not very proud of it, to be honest with you...