Ahmad Bradshaw continues to split snaps; score (AFC South touches and targets)

Touches and Targets Week 7: Indianapolis Colts Ahmad Bradshaw notched another receiving touchdown, to give him six through seven weeks and had another RB1 worthy outing with 88 total yards and two scores. He again played fairly even snaps with Trent Richardson, though Richardson held a four play edge and out-touched Bradshaw 18-13. Richardson had his most efficient game of the season...
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Daunting schedule ahead for Giants

The New York Giants are a lot better off through seven games than they were a year ago. In 2013, they got off to a sluggish 1-6 start and the playoffs were all but gone by this time of year. In 2014, however, they’re 3-4 and still have a chance to turn their season around and get back to the postseason. A tough loss to the NFC East-leading Dallas Cowboys last week wasn’t easy...
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Top Plays and Head-Scratchers from Colts-Bengals

It’s official: the Colts are rolling. That ugly start to the season seems like it happened years ago after five straight wins. It was hard to give too much credit to the Colts for beating up on poor AFC South teams, but they are gaining a lot of credit after strong wins over the Baltimore Ravens and now the Cincinnati Bengals. This latest win against the Bengals might be the best...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

This Time Around

Colts Running Back Ahmad Bradshaw(Photo: Colts) Something kind of unsettling happened this morning. My husband turned on Mike & Mike on ESPN (as he usually does when he’s getting ready for work). And as the dog and I cuddled in bed (as we usually do when he’s getting ready for work), I watched part of the show…and they were saying good things about the Colts. Really good...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Bengals corner has no interest in tackling Colts back Ahmad Bradshaw

When you lose as badly as the Cincinnati Bengals did yesterday to the Indianapolis Colts, there’s usually more than one reason why, but on a list of ways to lose NFL games, not trying to make tackles is pretty much at the top. In this video Bengals cornerback Terence Newman decides that he wants no part of trying to bring down Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw. Have a look: Wow...
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VIDEO: Bengals corner Terence Newman wants no part of Ahmad Bradshaw

When you lose as badly as the Cincinnati Bengals did yesterday to the Indianapolis Colts, there’s usually more than one reason why, but on a list of ways to lose NFL games, not trying to make tackles is pretty much at the top. In this video Bengals cornerback Terence Newman decides that he wants no part of trying to bring down Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw. Have a look: Wow...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts Game Balls: Week 7

Each week, we single out an outstanding Indianapolis Colts player from each area of the game – offense, defense and special teams – for their positive impact on the team's outcome. Andrew Luck is going to get his own category because, let’s face it; he would receive the offensive game ball more often than not. Since variety is the spice of life, we will give some other...
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The Colts got to 5-2 with their impressive 27-0 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Big game overall for everyone, especially for the defense, as they played lights out and managed to pull Indy’s first shutout since 2008. The offense was good too, so let’s take a closer look at the team’s performance in this great win against the Bengals.   OFFENSE: The Colts’ offense struggled...
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12 amazing stats from Week 7

Numbers and statistics are a huge part of measuring performance and marking milestones in the NFL. With that in mind, Athlon Sports rounded up the...
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Colts Shutout Bengals and Move to 5-2

In what was perhaps their best performance of the season, the Indianapolis Colts showcased a great defense as well as a consistent offense. Very little went wrong for them in the game, and whole lot went right.Despite the inconsistencies in the early part of hte game, Andrew Luck had a very good game overall. His stat-line of 64% completion percentage, 344 yards, 2 touchdowns and...
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Richardson Rushes For 77 Yards Before Injuring Hamstring

Colts running back Trent Richardson led the Colts with 14 carries and 77 yards in Week 7.Fantasy Spin:Richardson is still running with a purpose, and the Colts are rewarding him by keeping him their top back despite the production from Ahmad Bradshaw. Richardson still needs to consistently find the end zone though in order to be considering a true RB1.
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Bradshaw Scores Twice vs. Bengals

Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw scored two touchdowns against the Bengals in Week 7.Fantasy Spin:Bradshaw scored a rushing and receiving touchdown. He now has seven scores on the season. Richardson still receives more touches, but Bradshaw gets all the scores, which makes him the better fantasy play.
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Colts Shut Out the Bengals 27-0

  Well, that’s a wrap. 27-0. Quick Hit Observations in No Particular Order 1. The Colts punt coverage team (and Pat McAfee) came out on fire, and needed to be, because punts were flying early.  Even when the returner got loose in the fourth quarter, McAfee was there to take him down with a strong tackle. 2. Ahmad Bradshaw’s fumble was a killer.  Trent Richardson’s fumble...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Colts' defense dominates Bengals 27-0

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Indianapolis' defense is sending a powerful message. It, too, can beat the best. On a Sunday that Andrew Luck threw two touchdown passes and Ahmad Bradshaw ran for another score, the Colts' relied on a suffocating effort to stymie Cincinnati 27-0. The Colts (5-2) capped their first shutout since Dec. 28, 2008 with a goal-line stand midway through the...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Bengals’ Terence Newman Wants Nothing To Do With Tackling Ball Carrier (Video)

The eye in the sky don’t lie, so film review could be rough this week for Terence Newman. The Cincinnati Bengals cornerback had an interesting approach to tackling on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, at least if you consider getting out of the way and not even trying an approach to tackling. Newman looked real bad as he didn’t even try to tackle Colts running back Ahmad...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts RB Ahmad Bradshaw on Pace to Set Receiving Record

When the Colts picked up former New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw the hope was that he could provide some insurance in the backfield in case Trent Richardson did not pan out. A neck injury early in the season last year forced the team to do so anyway, but this year he has been healthy and eager to prove his worth.Six games in to the season he has already accomplished that...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts: the Pep Hamilton dilemma

The Indianapolis Colts coaching staff has been spectacular for most of this season. Everyone except for offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton. Before you criticize me for saying this, I will admit that Hamilton has been splendid when it comes to building leads in the first half, but once the Colts are up and the opponent is attempting a comeback, things get bad. He turns into one of...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Houston Texans vs Indianapolis Colts: We enter enemy territory

With the Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts facing off later tonight for first place in the AFC South, I had the chance to chat with Nik Kline of Cover32 for the Colts. Have a look at our interview: Alex: Reggie Wayne, Dwayne Allen, Ahmad Bradshaw, Hakeem Nicks and T.Y. Hilton. Which one of these players does Houston need to worry about most and why? Nick: That’s a tough one...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football: Ahmad Bradshaw Among Sits, Starts For Texans-Colts Showdown

Finally, a good Thursday night game! The late-week installment of NFL football has been downright awful this season, as the first five games have featured an average point differential of 29 (!). If there’s any hope for such a dismal affair, it comes this week in a battle for AFC South supremacy between the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans. Thursday nights have been completely...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 6 Thursday Night Football Preview

Source: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images North America Thursday October 9, 2014 Indianapolis Colts @ Houston Texans We have had one terrible Thursday night game after another. Not one game has really even been worth watching. Unless of course you have a fantasy player going. Call us crazy, but we believe this week will be different. We have a nice matchup in a battle for first place...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Mailbag: Keys to stopping the Colts

Hi Alex, Aside from Andrew Luck (obvious,) which player(s) on the Indianapolis Colts do the Houston Texans need to watch out for when they face off on Thursday? Amanda, Austin Hi Amanda, My votes would go to Ahmad Bradshaw and T.Y. Hilton. I believe the Texans will focus too much on covering Reggie Wayne, allowing Hilton to become Luck’s go-to-guy. He already has 381 yards on 31...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Week 5 Report Card: Colts vs. Ravens

After two pretty easy wins against the mediocre Jaguars and Titans, the Colts now faced a much tougher challenger: the Baltimore Ravens. In a game plagued by mistakes by both teams, the Colts were able to pull the win thanks to an impressive game by the defense and a solid effort by the offense. So, let’s take a closer look at both units and see how well they did against the Ravens...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Colts tickets 23% below average for Ravens game

The Indianapolis Colts didn’t look like an elite team thanks to a slow 0-2 start. Two weeks and two blowout wins later, and they’re marching into a huge Week 5 battle with a chance to prove they belong in the Super Bowl conversation. The Baltimore Ravens might have something to say about that, though, as Joe Flacco’s crew comes to town with a solid 3-1 record and every intention...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Colts Running Game Finally Meeting Expectations

Finally, there is peace and quiet surrounding Trent Richardson and Ahmad Bradshaw.As usual, Andrew Luck dominates the headlines with his phenomenal play, but the backfield is a big reason why the Colts’ offense has been so dynamic through the first quarter of the season. Richardson and Bradshaw have provided some much-needed balance to an offense that continues to prove it is among...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Ahmad Bradshaw Seen Wearing Walking Boot After Game

Ahmad Bradshaw Seen Wearing Walking Boot After Game:  After Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans, Ahmad Bradshaw was seen wearing a protective walking boot. It’s reportedly just for precautionary measures, but with his history of foot issues, it’s not what his owners want to hear. FFLockerRoom Sports:  This is one of the injuries I can’t wait to know more about. Bradshaw...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss
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