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 fire their offensive coordinator and trade Nyheim (Trade deadline day thoughts)

Yesterday it was announced the Colts have parted ways with offensive coordinator Marcus Brady. Marcus Brady was a member of the Colts organization since joining as assistant quarterbacks coach in 2018 and working his way up into the offensive coordinator role. He took over following the departure of the now hottest coach in the league, Nick Sirianni. While a head was necessary to appease the … Continue reading Colts fire their offensive coordinator and trade Nyheim (Trade deadline day 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

Colts lose to the Titans and Matt Ryan may be aging like every QB ever not named Tom Brady. (Colts titans short postgame thoughts)

The Colts came out and got manhandled by a superiorly coached, a superiorly, and a superiorly communicating today. This team is so poorly managed. The Tennessee Titans absolutely out played us in a brutal nature in that game. The Tennessee Titans look to be fighting tooth and nail each and every play for each and every yard. That is all Vrabel. He gets the Titans, … Continue reading Colts lose to the Titans and Matt Ryan may be aging like every QB ever not named Tom Brady. (Colts titans short postgame thoughts)

Colts find the only way out is through. Get the good win over the Jags.

FINAL: COLTS 34 – JAGS 27 How do you address a struggling Matt Ryan? in a stroke of ignorant brilliance Frank Reich decided the only way out was through and took the governor off Matt Ryan, throwing all day. While most of the passes were checked down dump offs, the Indianapolis Colts seemed to have something that was missing all season so far, offense. While … Continue reading Colts find the only way out is through. Get the good win over the Jags.

Seats are hot heading into tomorrow. I’ve still got faith! (Colts-Chiefs short pregame thoughts)

Heading into the Indianapolis home opener, the Colts look entirely lost. A team with no direction is what we saw last Sunday in Jacksonville. All the hope we had heading into this season was greatly dashed by that absolute embarrassment at the hands of the Jaguars. The team looked utterly lost. Yes, we’ve started seasons slow, but that game in Jacksonville was bbbaaaadddd. While this … Continue reading Seats are hot heading into tomorrow. I’ve still got faith! (Colts-Chiefs short pregame thoughts)

Colts looking to buck their Jacksonville losing streak and wash the tie out of their mouth (Colts Week 2 pre-game thoughts)

I hate ties… I hate ties so much. I say now, knowing that I will probably feel entirely different when it’s possibly the difference between a playoff birth and a regular season exit, that I would rather lose than tie. The miniscule mathematic variable that this presents is enough to make this Colts fan seethe with contempt. But here we are with a tie heading … Continue reading Colts looking to buck their Jacksonville losing streak and wash the tie out of their mouth (Colts Week 2 pre-game thoughts)

Colts hold off historic 9 year Week 1 losing streak… in a tie. (Colts short post-game thoughts)

Well… that was absolutely heartbreaking. Why do I feel like I just sat through a game with the emotional weight of a wildcard game. These are my worst Sunday’s. It’s always a rollercoaster with the Indianapolis Colts. I sat through all of that for it only to end in a tie. It’s never easy… The Colts can NEVER just take care of business for me … Continue reading Colts hold off historic 9 year Week 1 losing streak… in a tie. (Colts short post-game thoughts)

No Shaq, No Problem. (Colts Week 1 short preview)

Each week I just want to put up a short post on a few of my pre-game thoughts heading into the Colts matchup. Nothing too specific. Just what I’ll be looking for in each matchup. And as far as my resume to give you the juicy intel, well… it’s not much other than a love for this team, a love for writing in my free … Continue reading No Shaq, No Problem. (Colts Week 1 short preview)