Incognito on Colts Radar

The Indianapolis Colts offensive line is inexperienced at best.  To add to that inexperience, they also are dealing with injuries.  Enter Richie Incognito.  The former Pro Bowl Guard is available and has been cleared by the NFL to return to action following last year’s bullying situation with former Dolphins teammate Jonathan Martin in which the […]

August 2014 by Brandon Moffet

Future betting tips on the top NFL teams

Now is the time of year to start placing future bets on your best picks of the top NFL teams, and you will be joining the hoards of Americans who are also doing so. However, unless you understand NFL very well, it can be a very difficult kind of bet to call. Future bets are […]

March 2013 by Craig

Colts Can’t Finish The Game, So Ravens Finish Their Season

It wasn’t that they didn’t fight hard. It wasn’t that there weren’t any good plays. They didn’t even make that many mistakes. But the Colts just couldn’t pull it off. Too many times today, the Colts didn’t finish the drives. It was like each drive had frayed ends. They just couldn’t wrap it up. Everyone […]

January 2013 by thecoltscorgi

WildCard Sunday Preview: Indianapolis Colts (11-5) vs Baltimore Ravens (10-6)

To say that both of these teams will be playing with emotion is an understatement. In fact, this may be dubbed as the “Emotion Bowl”. With the Colts’ coach Chuck Pagano back in action and the Ravens’ legendary Ray Lewis playing his last game in Baltimore, it’s all on the line on both sides. Rookie […]

January 2013 by thecoltscorgi

Week 15 Recap: Mistakes, Depleted Offense, Watt Plague Colts in Loss to Texans

Houston Texans’ defensive end J.J. Watt was on the hunt, and with a depleted offensive line, Andrew Luck was an endangered species. Watt sacked the rookie quarterback three times (Luck was taken down five times total) and his forced fumble on Colts’ running back Mewelde Moore at the 1-yard line kept the Colts from a […]

December 2012 by thecoltscorgi

Week 14 Recap: Defense Pushes Colts Past Titans

Many apologies from TheColtsCorgi with this late post. It won’t happen again! Titans QB Jake Locker hurt the Colts bad in the first quarter. He was 6-for-6 with a TD throw to tight end Jared Cook to give the Titans an early 7-0 lead. But Andrew Luck was able to toss 3 passes for a […]

December 2012 by thecoltscorgi

Week 14 Preview: Tennessee (4-8) @ Indianapolis (8-4)

WHAT I’M THINKING After last Sunday’s nail-biting, last-second finish on what can only be called a miracle play, Colts fans may be able to breathe a bit this weekend. COLTS As we near the end of the regular season, I’m noticing something in the Circle City: no longer do I hear my fellow Colts fans […]

December 2012 by thecoltscorgi

Game Preview: Colts vs. Bills

The Indianapolis Colts have a perfect opportunity to separate themselves from the other teams in the AFC for a wildcard spot by taking the Bills out of the picture and improving to 7-4. If the Colts lose, the Bills will only be one game behind them and they will have the advantage in a tie […]

November 2012 by Craig

Colts vs. Dolphins Game Preview

Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts will welcome Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins to Indianapolis for the first duel between the rookie quarterbacks. Andrew Luck was the first overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, and Tennehill went eighth overall. Both quarterbacks have been playing well so far, but Andrew Luck has been making […]

November 2012 by Craig

Colts Fans Continue to Support the Team

The support for the Indianapolis Colts shown by their fans has been unrelenting to say the least. Despite finishing in last place in 2011 with a dismal 3-13 record and starting off their 2012 season with inconsistent play and a 2-3 record, the Colts fans haven’t stopped showing up to Lucas Oil Stadium. Mike Florio […]

October 2012 by Craig