The Colts CamPAIN of Sadness continues. Tank time. (Colts Steelers postgame short thoughts)

The single most disappointing Colts season I can remember in some time trudges on as the Indianapolis get beat at home by the Pittsburgh Steelers 24-17. While the Colts entered this season with high hopes, the play of the offense has continued to wear out the hopes of those supporting the Indianapolis squad. This embarrassing home loss just exemplifies this season as a whole. Slow … Continue reading The Colts CamPAIN of Sadness continues. Tank time. (Colts Steelers postgame short thoughts)

Jeff and the Colts fall to Jalen’s late game heroics (Colts Week 11 short thoughts)

Nick Sirianni came back to Lucas Oil as the Eagles were able to pull out the 17-16 victory over the Colts. After struggling most game, Jalen Hurts was able to deliver the Eagles the lead with 1:20 left in the game on a 8 yard Touchdown run. The Colts defense played very well in this game. All you can ask of your defense is to … Continue reading Jeff and the Colts fall to Jalen’s late game heroics (Colts Week 11 short thoughts)

Colts tank. Saturday repairs a broken offensive line and hands them off to a new head coach and rookie QB. (Opinion)

While the Indianapolis Colts entered the season with an expectation to perform and compete in route to claiming the AFC South, they have consistently failed to perform, providing a weaker and weaker offensive product each week. It has been impossible for the offensive line to provide any of Indianapolis’ offensive playmakers the time necessary to have sustainable drives. 9 sacks in a game is an … Continue reading Colts tank. Saturday repairs a broken offensive line and hands them off to a new head coach and rookie QB. (Opinion)

Frank Reich is out. What now Colts fans? (Short thoughts)

Well, after the most abysmal offensive display that my eyes have been subjected to in some time, Frank Reich is out as Head Coach of the Indianapolis Colts. You can’t say you didn’t see it coming. I am just happy that Irsay had the ability to pull the trigger here. This was the first head coach that Jim Irsay fired midway through a season in … Continue reading Frank Reich is out. What now Colts fans? (Short thoughts)

Colts allow 9 sacks in most pathetic display against New England in some time and it may be time to DEFINITELY NOT START TANKING *wink* (short post game thoughts)

9 sacks allowed. I’m trying to wrap my head around that number. Matt Judon and Josh Uche each had 3 sacks and did so in an effortless fashion. It’s across the board on the Colts offense. Absolutely nothing is getting traction here and it’s beginning to look like the Indianapolis Colts are heading towards cleaning house and getting on with a new era in Indianapolis. … Continue reading Colts allow 9 sacks in most pathetic display against New England in some time and it may be time to DEFINITELY NOT START TANKING *wink* (short post game thoughts)

Sam Ehlinger looks respectable in debut, but Colts continue to disappoint in loss v. The Washington Commanders

The Taylor Heinicke and Sam Ehlinger showdown was a game of struggling offenses for the most part. While the Indianapolis Colts were bringing out their new quarterback, finally looking to figure out what they have got with Sam Ehlinger, they were desperately looking to get the offense going into this one. Sam’s legs gave the Colts’ receivers more time than they had been getting in … Continue reading Sam Ehlinger looks respectable in debut, but Colts continue to disappoint in loss v. The Washington Commanders

Sam “El Slinger” now carries the hope of Colts Nation on his shoulders. (Colts v. Commanders short pregame thoughts)

The Colts find themselves in a tailspin with all of the hope for this season now falling onto the shoulders of Sam Ehlinger. The 2nd year player is getting his first start for the Indianapolis Colts and his first NFL start of his career. While it is sad the manner in which Matt was benched and the let down that the season has been up … Continue reading Sam “El Slinger” now carries the hope of Colts Nation on his shoulders. (Colts v. Commanders short pregame thoughts)

Know Thy Enemy: Two Crushing Moments for Houston fans in the Colts-Texans rivalry

I think it’s important to truly know your opponent heading into any NFL matchup. So in preparation of our Week 1 clinic against the Houston Texans, I wanted to look at a pair of their less than stellar showings against our Indianapolis Colts. And yes, of course this is biased. I’m a Colts fan Blue and Through. So let’s dive first into an absolutely spectacularly … Continue reading Know Thy Enemy: Two Crushing Moments for Houston fans in the Colts-Texans rivalry

Back at it. New season. Anything is possible. (Indianapolis Colts 2022-23 short thoughts for season)

So here we are. After losing to Jacksonville in what is an absolutely intolerable fashion and getting bounced from the playoff picture, after going out and getting Matt Ryan, and after having to wait a LONG, LONG offseason it is finally upon us. The Indianapolis Colts 2022-2023 Season. Man, I love football. The people, the game, the sheer audacity of scale that is the NFL. … Continue reading Back at it. New season. Anything is possible. (Indianapolis Colts 2022-23 short thoughts for season)

The Colts Need to pay some people now and get some help for Matt Ryan.

Throughout this free agency, I keep thinking to myself… Why? Why isn’t Chris Ballard out here looking to chuck some dough around. What is he waiting for!?! Does he not see the writing on the wall? He needs to fix this team QUICK if he wants to be the General Manager for the Colts for much longer. I can’t imagine that Irsay will stand for … Continue reading The Colts Need to pay some people now and get some help for Matt Ryan.