Archive for the ‘Indianapolis Colts’ Category

So Farewell Then…Robert Mathis

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We conclude this week’s look at NFL retirements by focusing on a Colts legend, prospective Hall of Famer Robert Mathis. 

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Predicting the 2016 NFL All-Pro Team – Defense & Special Teams

With seven weeks of the regular season remaining, we predict who could be making the All-Pro team come January. 

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PICK SIX – The London Edition (Part One)

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An additional Pick Six this week, as we run our eye over the first of this year’s International Series games in London, in which the Jaguars just held on to beat the Colts 30-27.

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3 and out (International Series): Jags hold on to win in London

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83,000 people came to Wembley to experience the opening game of the 2016 NFL international Series where the Jacksonville Jaguars held on to win 30-27 after a 4th quarter comeback by the Indianapolis Colts. Among the crowd was Uncle Sam Sports reporter Tom Green who gives us his analysis of the game and his first NFL game day experience…

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Colts trampled by Broncos defense as Denver continues to roll

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It was a battle of horsepower at Mile High Stadium as the Denver Broncos leant heavily on their award-winning defense on Emmy night, writes Julian Richards…

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QUICK SNAPS – Indianapolis Colts

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Quick Snaps is our brief round up of the news you might have missed about each team over the past few weeks. How have the Colts fared in fixing last season’s problems?

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Colts to conquer the AFC South?

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The Indianapolis Colts were, by their own high standards, disappointing in 2015 – particularly after Andrew Luck suffered a season-ending injury. Without their star quarterback, Chuck Pagano’s men crawled to an 8-8 record and many believed the Colts head coach was on the verge of losing his job…

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Draft Preview: Indianapolis Colts

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With the 2016 Draft looming, Richard O’Hagan takes a look at what each team needs, what they have done in free agency and how 2016 might go for them.

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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

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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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