Tag Archives: Colts Jaguars

Colts lose 27-20 – is it time yet to question why we keep expecting them to win?
September 13, 2020

Uh-oh. We know all the banal little sayings about the NFL.  “Any given Sunday,” “It’s only one game,” and “It’s not how you start but how you finish that counts,” are repeated over and over throughout the season.  Of course, they are as accurate as they are trite, especially after a game like the Colts 27-20 […]

Colts Chuck Pagano will be fired – the sting will pass, everyone will be fine
October 23, 2017

There is no path through this regular season for the Indianapolis Colts that leads to a seventh season with Chuck Pagano as head coach. Pagano is a certain goner.  The Colts enjoyed an ascension with Pagano as coach from 2012-2014, and then came a decline which has gathered significant steam during the first seven weeks […]

Indy’s Morning Sports List – Top 10 irrational responses to massacre in Jacksonville
December 13, 2015

The Indianapolis Colts allowed an improving but inferior Jacksonville Jaguars team to run away with the first AFC South matchup the Colts have lost in three years. Click here to follow Kent on Twitter Fortunately for the Colts, the game ended after 60 minutes because the 51 points the Jags tallied could easily have exploded […]

Indianapolis Colts – Performance Becoming Easier to Predict as Wins Mount
December 29, 2013

by Kent Sterling Assessing what the Colts need to do to beat a team like the Jacksonville Jaguars isn’t brain surgery.  Getting the players to execute a game plan design to cause those results is the tough part, and Chick Pagano’s players have become apt pupils the last three Sundays. The Colts 30-10 pasting of […]