This series commemorates the 160 Worst Losses in NFL History. We will examine the five worst losses of each franchise. The next stop(s) on the journey brings us to Baltimore…and Indianapolis.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has informed team owner Jim Irsay that he will retire.
Perhaps the biggest marketing mistake of the postseason came just a few days ago when the Indianapolis Colts decided to hang a flag outside of Lucas Oil Field that read “1-0.” They didn’t stop with the flag though. T-shirts were also printed suggesting that 1-0 refers to getting […]
The Indianapolis Colts defeated the Houston Texans 21-7 on Saturday evening to advance to the AFC Divisional round behind a pair of touchdown passes from quarterback Andrew Luck.
People have another new reason to keep a close eye on Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck this preseason.
Oft-injured Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck made news on Tuesday by doing something he hasn’t done since October (sort of). Throw a football.
The New York Jets made a somewhat surprising maneuver on Saturday morning when they traded for the third overall pick to the Indianapolis Colts…in what appears to be a move for another quarterback.
Vice President Mike Pence made headlines on Sunday by leaving the San Francisco 49ers/Indianapolis Colts game early because of perceived disrespect of the National Anthem, which has been a political football over the past few weeks.
One of the biggest surprises of Week 1 turned out to be just how truly dreadful the Indianapolis Colts were in a 46-9 loss to the Los Angeles Rams in front of a sparse audience at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
Indianapolis Colts radio play-by-play man Bob Lamey was excited to be finally done with the San Diego Chargers last Sunday. After the Colts escaped with a 26-22 victory last Sunday for its first win, Lamey cut right to the chase.