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3 and out: Colts blown away by Big Ben & co

Pittsburgh has not been a happy hunting ground for the Colts, historically. They have lost three play-off games there and under Tony Dungy only won once. Last year in week 8, Big Ben Roethlisberger routed the Colts 51-34 throwing for 522 yards, 6 T D’s and no picks.

On Sunday night Indy went back to Heinz Field with their back up Quarterback, missing key defensive personnel at the linebacker position and another re-jigged  group of offensive linemen.

The Texans had lost to Buffalo earlier in the day, so the Colts needed this game to solidify their hold on the top spot in the AFC South. Sadly it proved to be the same old story, writes Alan Potter…

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3 and out: Hasselbeck keeps Colts rolling

Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Indianapolis Colts

With Andrew Luck sidelined for up to 6 weeks it was up to 40 year old backup Matt Hasselbeck to keep the Colts in first place in the AFC South. Could he do it? You bet he could. Here’s Colts fan Alan Potter on Indy’s win over the Bucs…

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3 and out: No happy homecoming for Peyton


Andrew Luck led the Colts to a surprise win over the previously undefeated Broncos on Sunday, as the much vaunted Denver defense was made to look human before imploding late on. Here’s Colts fan Alan Potter with his take on a great night for Indy…

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3 and out: Colts out of Luck once again


The Indianapolis colts are 3-4 and in the toughest part of their schedule. Rumours persist of Colts Owner Jim Irsay being understandably frustrated with the  terrible play of his team, and a shake up in the front office and coaching ranks seems inevitable, writes Alan Potter…

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Colts comeback too late to stop loss to Saints

The Colts are in a punishing part of their schedule and in the next few weeks will take on the undefeated Broncos, Panthers and the in form Atlanta Falcons. But first up was the New Orleans Saints. Here’s Alan Potter’s breakdown of the game…

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Luck returns to Indy but it’s the same old story versus the Patriots


Andrew Luck made his first start since a shoulder injury and he looked much more like his old self fter some early season struggles, but it was Tom Brady who once again emerged victorious over the Colts in the Sunday night game. Here’s Colts fan Alan Potter with his assessment…

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End of the 1st Quarter – Indianapolis Colts review


Despite an unconvincing start the Colts are in their expected place at the top of the AFC South, but it’s been far from plain sailing for Andrew Luck who has been hurt and had troubles playing behind a struggling o-line. Indy fan Alan Potter gives us his assessment of the Colts so far…

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3 and out: No Andrew, but Colts not short of luck


For the first time since drafting Andrew Luck in 2012 the Colts were without their pro-bowl quarterback, meaning 40 year old back-up Matt Hasselback got the start. The old guy came up trumps as Indy took advantage several misfires by Jags kicker Jason Myers to get the ‘W’, writes Alan Potter…

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3 and out: Luck leads the Colts to narrow win

The struggles of Andrew Luck and the Colts has been one of the bigger surprises through the first two weeks of the season, but they got back on track with a win over division rivals the Tennessee Titans. It was a little too close for comfort though, writes Alan Potter…

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3 and out: Toothless Colts fall to Jets

After a disappointing loss to the Buffalo Bills last week, the Colts faced another tough defensive challenge as the New York Jets came to town. It went badly for the home team. Very badly. Here’s Colts fan Alan Potter’s take on a miserably night for Indy…

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