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Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne is one of the best wide receivers in the franchise’s history. While many believed Wayne wasn't worth signing at his age and without quarterback Peyton Manning he has done nothing but shown otherwise. The legacy of Reggie Wayne beyond Peyton Manning has already produced stellar results in the 2012 NFL season. Wayne finished with 106 receptions, 1,355 yards and five touchdowns. Wayne is showed he can succeed without Manning and as a 12-year veteran.… Read more
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With the Detroit Lions up 12 in the middle of the fourth quarter, Luck didn’t seem to be on the side of the Indianapolis Colts and their rookie QB Andrew Luck. Yet they fought back and made it a one possession game as the final seconds ticked off in the game.
Yesterday's finish between the Indianapolis Colts and the Detroit Lions was without a doubt the best moment of week 13 thus far. The Colts scored a go ahead touchdown as time expired to top Detroit by a score of 35-33. Still, there is at least one Colts player that isn't happy with how the game unfolded. With just under seven minutes to play, Don Carey intercepted an...
Andrew Luck scrambled a bit to his right, saw nobody open in the end zone and decided to take his chances.
He flipped the ball to Donnie Avery and hoped his 5-foot-11 receiver could win a race to the end zone.
''I had no choice but to score,'' Avery said. ''It was the slowest 11 yards that I ever felt like I ran.''
It may have felt like it took...
Andrew Luck took full advantage of his last shot to lead the Indianapolis Colts to a stunning victory.
Luck threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Donnie Avery with no time left to lift the Colts to a 35-33 comeback win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
With the final seconds ticking away, the rookie quarterback moved up in the pocket and flipped a short pass to Avery. The receiver...
It’s fourth down. Your team is down by five. There’s four seconds on the clock. And it’s 14 yards to the end zone. Who do you want as your quarterback? Tom Brady? Peyton Manning? Andrew Luck? How many Colts fans would have picked our rookie quarterback at the beginning of the season? And now…after Sunday?
Andrew Luck is quickly becoming that quarterback. That quarterback...
The end of the Detroit Lions and Indianapolis Colts match-up Sunday was a memorable one. Down by twelve with less than seven minutes left, it looked as if the Lions had the victory sealed up and all they needed to do was sit on the ball.
Things didn’t go as planned however, as the Colts persevered and came through with a remarkable comeback, even with rookie QB Andrew Luck throwing...
In a day chock full of incredible finishes in the NFL, the Indianapolis Colts and rookie quarterback Andrew Luck faced a 4th&10 trailing the Detroit Lions by five with less than ten seconds to play.
Watch as Luck finds an open Donnie Avery for the game-winning touchdown:
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Andrew Luck and the surprise Indianapolis Colts head into Motown to take on Matthew Stafford and his Lions today from Ford Field in a battle of former No. 1 picks which should boost some nice offensive numbers through the air.
The Colts come into this game playoff bound looking to pretty much lock up a wild card in the AFC. Indy however is the only team over .500 with a negative...
The Lions incredibly found another way to lose a football game Sunday, falling to the Indianapolis Colts 35-33 from Ford Field. Detroit dominated Indy in the box score crushing the Colts in time of possession (37 minutes to 22 minutes) yet settling for field goals in the red zone which will ultimately lose you football games. Too many times the Lions offense prematurely puts the...