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The Jags play the Colts for the first time in week 10 Source: sports-odds.comAs the Jags head into the bye week, they look forward to two very winnable games. The Colts in week ten and the Browns in week eleven. If this were a normal year, the Colts would probably have 0-2 losses and would be a formidable foe requiring intense preparation and development in the off week. But this year, the Jags can focus on getting back to the basics, practicing harder and, hopefully, coming out of the bye week more refined. … [visit site to read more]What’s Next: Indianapolis Colts – The Litmus Test - Black and Teal - Black and Teal - A Jacksonville Jaguars Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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There is no position on the 2011 Indianapolis Colts that will undergo or require more immediate front office attention by way of future contract considerations than wide receiver. Reggie Wayne, Pierre Garcon, and Anthony Gonzalez are all at the end of their contracts. Two of the three were first round draft picks. One of the [...]
Bill Polian is a sound football guy who knows that with context, statistics are key to the game. That said, he doesn't appear to be quite as down on punting as we are. When asked about going for it on 4th and short he responded:
Well, I can see your point. I can see your point. You have to develop a personality in order to do that, and you have to have people that do...
There's lots of room for views in the Colts blogosphere (or whatever you'd like to call it). Matt Grecco takes issue with some of the methodology employed by Ajit Kirpekar in his guest spot here addressing the Colts recent draft efficiency.Needless to say there are as many ways to read the data as there are opinions about the drafts. Ajit's point regarding available...
Here’s what Colts QB Peyton Manning said today while standing in front of his locker while visiting the team's training facility...about Phil Simms saying Peyton wouldn't allow Indianapolis to select...
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INDIANAPOLIS—Peyton Manning would like to play this season if he can. He's just not sure when, or if, it will happen.
The Indianapolis Colts' "Ring of Honor" will add another member later this month. Welcome aboard, Marvin Harrison. Owner Jim Irsay, who casts the heaviest vote in the process, has grander ideas.
There will come a point in time when the Indianapolis Colts must make a decision as to Peyton Manning; either keep the QB, pay him a lot of money and hope that he’s healthy, or drop the QB, and build for the future, preferably around Andrew … [visit site to read more]Is Peyton Manning’s career in jeopardy? - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News...
Well, the flesh may be weak, but the spirit still has a perpetually impatient look on its face. The decision of Colts quarterback Peyton Manning to show up unannounced and meet with the media included a comment about the recent ridiculous remarks from Phil Simms of CBS and Showtime that Manning won’t “let” the Colts…
Lunch Special: Near the end of his life, the great John Unitas could barely sign autographs. Because of nerve damage, the Baltimore Colts' icon was forced to strap pens to his right hand using rubber bands,
At 0-8, the Indianapolis Colts clearly have issues with talent, injuries and depth, but their most glaring problem is even more fundamental.
A look at the 2011 Indianapolis Colts the ups and downs on both sides of the ball and how changes must be made in order to see success once again.
Curtis Painter and the Colts followed their historically bad Week 7 performance with a not-quite-as-bad-but-still-very-bad Week 8, losing to the Titans by 17 points. With the game flow being what it was — Indy trailed 20-0 at half — Painter finished his day with 49 pass attempts. Thus we find several Colts near the top of the target leader-board, although none were particularly...