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.
Sunday night marks the formal on-field beginning of the NFL’s march to NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas for Super Bowl LI on February 5.
The Indianapolis Colts stand at 3-5 after a Monday night overtime loss to the Carolina Panthers. While they somehow find themselves in first place in the terrible AFC South, Colts management made a change on Tuesday when the team fired offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton. Sure, it’s easy to […]