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Colts’ Punter Pat McAfee: Best Retirement Announcement Ever?

February 2, 2017 • AFC, AFC South, Breaking News, Front Page, Indianapolis ColtsComments (0)

I think tonight may mark the first time a professional football player has ever announced his retirement on Comedy Central. Indianapolis Colts’ long-time punter Pat McAfee has had an unusual NFL career, which perhaps is why it’s only fitting he has an unusual retirement announcement. The 29-year old made an appearance on Barstool Sports’...

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Colts Fire GM Ryan Grigson After Five Seasons

January 21, 2017 • AFC, AFC South, Breaking News, Front Page, Indianapolis ColtsComments (0)

After five seasons at the helm of the franchise, Indianapolis Colts’ owner Jim Irsay has reportedly fired General Manager Ryan Grigson. While it’s odd timing, considering it’s near the end of January and Indianapolis could have already had a...

NFL Week 9: Previewing the Colts-Packers Match-up

November 5, 2016 • AFC, AFC South, Front Page, Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, NFC, NFC NorthComments (0)

It was certainly a rough way to end the game last weekend against the Falcons. After going up 32-26, the Packers’ allowed a game-winning touchdown drive by Matt Ryan and the dynamic Falcons’ offense, which ultimately led to a Mohamed Sanu...

Frank Gore Rushes into Top 10 on All-Time Rushing List

October 2, 2016 • AFC South, Features, Front Page, History, Indianapolis ColtsComments (0)

In today’s 30-27 loss to the Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts running back Frank Gore ran his way into the record books. While the Colts went without a 100-yard rusher yet again, Gore’s 68 rushing yards (and one touchdown) put him at 12,293 rushing...

Week 4 London Match-up Features High-scoring 4th Quarter

October 2, 2016 • AFC, AFC South, Features, Front Page, Game Recap, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville JaguarsComments (0)

Through the first three quarters of play in this morning’s 9:30 a.m. (eastern time) AFC South match-up between Indianapolis and Jacksonville in London’s Wembley Stadium, Jacksonville held a 23-6 lead in what appeared to be a somewhat boring,...

Andrew Luck is Now the Highest-Paid Player in NFL History

June 29, 2016 • AFC South, Breaking News, Front Page, Indianapolis Colts, Off-SeasonComments (0)

ESPN’s Adam Schefter had it first. At the ripe age of 26, Indianapolis Colts’ quarterback Andrew Luck is now the highest-paid player in National Football League history. Entering his fifth season in the league, Luck just signed an historic...

NFL Stock Watch: Teams On the Rise/Fall After Week 7

October 27, 2015 • Carolina Panthers, Features, Front Page, Indianapolis Colts, New York JetsComments (0)

We’ve played 7 weeks’ worth of games in the 2015 NFL season, and it’s amazing how much we’ve learned. Who would have said, before the season, that the Seattle Seahawks would be below .500 this late in the season? Who would have guessed that the...

AFC South: What is Wrong With The Indianapolis Colts?

October 26, 2015 • AFC South, Features, Front Page, Indianapolis ColtsComments (0)

It’s time to ask the serious questions about the Indianapolis Colts. Is this team any good? Is there something wrong with Andrew Luck? Will either of those things even matter since the AFC South is such a dumpster fire? The answers are not quite as simple,...

Is It Too Late To Save The 2015 Indianapolis Colts?

October 21, 2015 • Features, Front Page, Indianapolis ColtsComments (0)

The Colts have long looked like a team on the rise – at least from afar. While some close observers questioned moves by General Manager Ryan Grigson, most saw fundamental building blocks that promised future success: an elite young quarterback, a weak...

Colts: Understanding Sunday Night’s Bizarre Play in Indianapolis

October 20, 2015 • AFC South, Features, Front Page, Indianapolis ColtsComments (0)

It was the bad play heard ‘round the world. In the third quarter of their huge Sunday Night Football matchup with the New England Patriots, the Indianapolis Colts lined up in a bizarre formation and ran a play that was designed to do… something. It...