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

Colts Get Pounded By Jets

The Colts lost to the Jets Sunday 35-9.  The frustrating thing for Indianapolis, now 2-3, was that New York did exactly what it expected. And the Colts still couldn’t do anything about the running game.  “We wanted Sanchez to have to beat us with his arm,” cornerback Jerraud Powers said. “If we stopped the run, that […]

October 2012 by Paul Nedorostek

Colts Stun Pack

The Colts came into Sundays game filled with emotions surrounding head coach Chuck Pagano.  With the way they played, their head coach would have been proud.  The Colts were able to upset the Packers 30-27.    Both Andrew Luck and Reggie Wayne had their best games of the season thus far.  The two showed a […]

October 2012 by Paul Nedorostek

Luck Gets First NFL Victory

Andrew Luck led the Colts to victory Sunday over the Vikings, winning 23-20, earning himself his first NFL victory as a starting quarterback.  Luck looked much more impressive in his second start compared to his first.  Against the Vikings Sunday Luck threw for two touchdowns while completing 20-31 passes for 224 yards.  Even more impressive was […]

September 2012 by Paul Nedorostek

Colts Fall in Luck’s Debut

The Chicago Bears spoiled Colts’ rookie Andrew Luck’s NFL debut, beating the Colts 41-21.  Luck struggled for much of his first professional start.  The Bear’s defense was able to be disruptive and keep Luck off balance for much of the game.  Luck finished the game today 23/45 for 309 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions.  […]

September 2012 by Paul Nedorostek

Game One: Indianapolis Colts at Chicago Bears

Andrew Luck and the Colts will be starting their season by playing the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. Austin Collie has been listed as inactive for the game, and will not be suiting up for the Colts. The game is at 1:00pm EST and will be broadcast on CBS. Please keep an eye on this […]

September 2012 by Craig