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

Colts Review & Look-Ahead

The Colts entered their BYE week with a 1-2 record, but they at least have one of the easiest remaining schedules of any team. Does that mean we could see this team win at least five or six games this year? We don’t see why not. So far Indianapolis has lost to Chicago (41-21) and […]

October 2012 by FT-Blogger

Improving Colts Get Two Weeks to Prepare for Green Bay Packers

Coming off its 2-14 disaster of a season one year ago, the Indianapolis Colts have shown signs of significant progress through the first three weeks of the NFL season. They would have matched last year’s win total a week ago against the Jaguars, but a last-minute touchdown pass proved the difference in a 22-17 loss […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

Collie Finished

Colts wide receiver Austin Collie has been diagnosed with a ruptured right patella tendon and is done for the season.  Collie, who had been fighting with concussion issues the past few seasons and most recently the first few weeks of this season, finally was able to return to game action.  However, Collie left the Jacksonville […]

September 2012 by Paul Nedorostek

Colts Enter Bye Week Asking Questions About Defense

The Indianapolis Colts have only gone 1-2 SU and 1-2 ATS this year for NFL picks, and contrary to the belief that most probably would have had at the outset of the year, those problems have absolutely nothing to do with rookie QB Andrew Luck. Sure, Luck has taken his lumps this year. He has […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

Week 3: Colts vs. Jaguars

The Colts are coming in off a 3 point win over the Minnesota Vikings, meanwhile the Jaguars lost their seconds game in as many weeks by 20 points to the Texans last week. If the Colts would like to start a win streak and bury their division rival, they will need Andrew Luck to once […]

September 2012 by Craig

Collie Practices, But Freeney Does Not

Austin Collie was once again a “full go” at practice the other day.  He was a full participant for the second day in a row.  Collie was listed as a “full go” last week by head coach Chuck Pagano, but Collie ended up sitting out again.  However, it is a huge step in the right […]

September 2012 by Paul Nedorostek

Indianapolis Colts Look to Make it Two in a Row Against Struggling Jaguars

The Indianapolis Colts escaped the Minnesota Vikings Sunday thanks to a late 53-yard field goal from Adam Vinatieri that provided the difference in the 23-20 win. Next up for the Colts is a home game against the struggling Jacksonville Jaguars. Most sportsbooks had yet to post an odds line for this one as of Monday […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger