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INDIANAPOLIS -- The Colts were supposed to be a few years away. Apparently, the future is now. There were plenty of reasons to write Indianapolis off this season. The Colts were coming off a dismal 2-14 campaign, one of the worst in franchise history and a stunning dropoff for a franchise that has played in two Super Bowls since the turn of the century. There was a major offseason housecleaning. The familiar names of general manager Bill Polian and quarterback Peyton Manning were replaced by Ryan Grigson and rookie prodigy Andrew Luck, and coach Chuck Pagano replaced Jim Caldwell. Things were moving along as planned until Pagano was diagnosed with leukemia early this season. With all those changes and challenges, no way this team could flip the switch and go back to being the old Colts right away, right? Wrong. Riding the arm of their new quarterback and the leadership of interim coach Bruce Arians, the Colts are in the playoff hunt at 9-4 and are in prime position to c...
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Stanford QB Andrew Luck is etched in stone as the #1 overall pick in the NFL draft later this month. The architecture student at the elite university known as The Farm has a fellow jock girlfriend on campus, gymnast Nicole Pechanec.
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It seems that the Indianapolis Colts aren’t comfortable in a game until they are down by a couple of touchdowns, doesn’t it? In what has become the norm this season, Andrew Luck and the Colts overcame yet another slow start and a 20-7 halftime deficit to comeback and win 27-23.
The victory send the Colts to a 9-4 record, clinching a winning season that no one thought possible...
It seems to be the “Year of the Rookie Quarterbacks.” Everyone’s talking about it. Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson, Ryan Tannehill and Brandon Weeden are making headlines this season. The only year that compares to this one is that infamous class of ’83. Six first round picks; John Elway, Dan Marino, Jim Kelly, Tony Eason, Todd Blackledge and Ken O’Brien...
Andrew Luck, who has often received credit for the Colts’ unlikely success, was (statistically) terrible on Sunday. He completed 16 of his 34 pass attempts, on his way to a 196-yard performance. His lone touchdown pass was accompanied by two interceptions.One of those two interceptions came in the closing seconds of the first half on a hail mary-style pass. The other was a blatant...
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By KRISTIE RIEKEN AP Sports Writer The last time the Houston Texans faced an inexperienced quarterback they forced second-year pro Jake Locker into five turnovers and sacked him six times in a win over the Titans.
Two weeks later, they'll get a shot at Andrew Luck, the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft last April. He's thrown for 3,792...
Interim Indianapolis Colts head coach Bruce Arians can relate to his friend Chuck Pagano.
Five years ago, it was Arians who received some bad news from his doctor. He had prostate cancer. He successfully battled it of course, but it really hit home when he received the news from Pagano during the team's bye week.
"He had missed Thursday in the office, so I said, '...
(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By CLIFF BRUNT Associated Press The Indianapolis Colts have gotten a lot of mileage out of Andrew Luck's legs.
Maybe too much.
Shaky protection has forced Luck to scramble all over the field this season and it wasn't pretty again Sunday, with Indy down 20-7 to Tennessee at halftime after rushing for just 12 yards. By the time the game was...
Written By Clifford Santa Monica, If Andrew Luck has an accurate arm with 18 interceptions (and three games remaining in the season), what adjective would you use to describe Robert Griffin’s arm who’s only thrown four? Who’s the best rookie qb in the NFL this year? I’m with Don Shula on this one. To me, it’s RG111 because of his rare combination of brains, poise, arm...
Let’s take a look back at some of the things that stood out from Week 14 in the National Football League! How about the Indianapolis Colts getting 9 wins this season!? Could they pull a 2009 New York Jets in the playoffs and do well while being led by a rookie QB?
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. Stands for Colts-Big Test on some digests. With AP Photos.) By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer Indianapolis is 9-4 and is on the verge of making the playoffs.
Andrew Luck has won more games than any No. 1 overall draft pick since the 1970 merger, and Bruce Arians is within one victory of the highest total by an NFL interim coach in more than half...
The 11-2 Texans look to rebound from the Monday night debacle by corralling the AFC South second place Colts. The 9-4 Colts are led by Houston native and former number one pick quarterback Andrew Luck as well as the emotional spirit of first year head coach Chuck Pagano, who is still recovering from cancer treatment. Although the sky is falling for some fans outside Reliant Stadium...
A win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday would clinch a second straight AFC South title for the playoff-bound Houston Texans. A loss makes the division race much more interesting.
The Texans look to bounce back from a blowout loss and prevent the surging Colts from securing a playoff berth as these teams meet in Houston for the first of two meetings over the final three weeks...