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)

Jeff Saturday hoping to go 2-0 against the out-for-blood Eagles (Colts-Eagles NFL Week 11 short thoughts)

While plenty of the league and sports media were clowning the Colts for hiring Jeff Saturday, and one week later Josh McDaniels looks like a chump and this Colts fan has a new found confidence in the offensive line. Jeff has already displayed more emotion and animation than Frank Reich may have during his entire tenure. While I’m sure experts and other coaches are still … Continue reading Jeff Saturday hoping to go 2-0 against the out-for-blood Eagles (Colts-Eagles NFL Week 11 short thoughts)

Jeff Saturday embarrasses Josh McDaniels as Colts beat Raiders 25-20 (Colts-Raiders short postgame thoughts)

The Colts came to play Sunday, showing up in Vegas with an attitude and excitement that had yet to be seen from the Indianapolis side this season. In his debut performance Jeff Saturday spoiled the hopes of the fraternity of coaches and beat Josh McDaniels, showing that maybe the head coach’s job should be letting the over articulated system that is a coaching staff do … Continue reading Jeff Saturday embarrasses Josh McDaniels as Colts beat Raiders 25-20 (Colts-Raiders short postgame 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)

Indianapolis Colts Offensive Line: downright criminal right now.

The Indianapolis Colts have gotten their first win, bring them to an odd looking 1-1-1. While most of a lot of Colts Nation would like to see this as a huge feat, I must warn you to tread with caution when convincing yourself the Colts are back on track just yet. While the Colts offense made the final plays necessary to pull out the win … Continue reading Indianapolis Colts Offensive Line: downright criminal right now.

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)

Farewell Rodrigo. (A Colts fanboy’s short thoughts on the canning)

It pains me to see that the Indianapolis Colts had to cut Rodrigo Blankenship yesterday. After a promising start to Rodrigo’s NFL career, I had really hoped that we had found our permanent fixture at kicker. Following the 2021 hip injury he just wasn’t able to step up when it mattered for us in this last one. Rodrigo Blankenship’s 2 out of bounds kicks, yes … Continue reading Farewell Rodrigo. (A Colts fanboy’s short thoughts on the canning)

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)