Tag Archives: Colts Patriots

Indy’s Morning Sports List – Top eight favorite Manning vs. Brady games
January 22, 2016

Sunday afternoon, the two biggest NFL stars of the last 20 years will match up for the 17th and (likely) final time in the AFC Championship. Peyton Manning and Tom Brady are two of the best quarterbacks in NFL history, and like all great rivals, matchups between the great leaders define their careers.  It’s only fitting […]

Colts lose to Patriots – Chuck Pagano fake punt call shows insecurity in job
October 19, 2015

by Kent Sterling Coaches who feel the hot breath of a boss on his neck tend to make squirrelly decisions.  Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano made a call last night with the game on the line that defied logic, belief, and rationality. Click here to follow Kent on Twitter Facing a fourth-and-three on their own 37 while […]

Indianapolis Colts – Reports of the Colts demise greatly exaggerated; they shove it to experts with “gritty” 27-20 win
October 9, 2015

by Kent Sterling The Indianapolis Colts were expected to be faced with a lot of adversity this week. Andrew Luck shelved; Matt Hasselbeck in the ER; JJ Watt and Jadeveon Clowney snarling after humiliation in Atlanta; Chuck Pagano under fire; Andre Johnson looking old; Colts defense unable to pressure quarterbacks; the record for consecutive division wins […]

Indianapolis Colts LB Josh McNary charged with rape – time to say goodbye and learn
January 15, 2015

by Kent Sterling The uplifting story about West Point grad and former soldier Josh McNary building a post military career in the NFL is over.  The final chapter was written yesterday as McNary was charged with Level 3 felony rape, Level 5 felony criminal confinement, and Class A misdemeanor battery resulting in bodily injury. Only […]

Indianapolis Colts – The Joy Ride Ends Too Soon Against the Patriots in 43-22 Loss
January 11, 2014

by Kent Sterling Turnovers kill.  There is no statistic in football more telling than turnover differential, and the New England Patriots won the turnover battle 3-0 over the Colts, including a pick six that helped Bill Belichick’s evil horde jump out to a 14-0 lead midway through the first quarter. So now the Patriots will either […]

Indianapolis Colts – Anatomy of the Greatest Play in Team Postseason History
January 6, 2014

by Kent Sterling Once in awhile, if you watch sports long enough, something so incredible happens that it defies rational explanation of belief.  If that play happens during a make or break moment in a postseason NFL game during an improbable comeback, it becomes legendary. The Colts 45-44 win over the Kansas City Chiefs Saturday […]