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)
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)
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.
NNNNOOOOOO WWWWWAAAAYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!! LET’S GO COLTS FANS!!!!!! What a win to get things right! After the most frustrating start to possibly any season I can remember, Frank Reich showed up and delivered a solid product. Matt Ryan stepped up, and Alec Pierce showed out when needed for the Shoe! What a day to be a Colts fan. We played an entirely symmetrical game with the Kansas … Continue reading Indianapolis Colts get the first win to stun the Chiefs with at home. (Post game quick 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)
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)
Pittman Jr., who finished with 88 receptions for 1,082 yards and six touchdowns, was named the Colts’ most improved player Feb. 17 by Pro Football Focus, edging out Taylor and the likes of linebacker Bobby Okereke and cornerback Isaiah Rodgers for the distinction. A second-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft out of Southern California, Pittman Jr. emerged as a true No. 1 receiver under head coach … Continue reading Michael Pittman Jr. named Colts’ most improved player this season by Pro Football Focus
Luke Kuechly. Brian Urlacher. Ray Lewis. Ever heard of them buddy? What an absolute flex by the Indianapolis Colts. And you know what… after that Jacksonville Jaguars loss to end the season and send the insufferable Steelers into the playoffs, I will take pride in whatever I can. And that being both Darius Leonard and Jonathon Taylor’s HOF making seasons. Darius had a complete season. … Continue reading TJ Watt didn’t deserve the Defensive Player of the Year Award. Darius Leonard did.