Tag Archives: Jay Cutler

Marc Trestman among those fired; Why Black Monday rarely comes to Indianapolis
December 29, 2014

by Kent Sterling Roughly 25% of NFL and NBA coaches are fired at the end of a typical season, but that almost never happens in Indianapolis because franchises here are well run by consistent, prudent, and mostly trusting owners. The Indianapolis Colts have enjoyed a rarely achieved level of consistent quality and results while the […]

Indianapolis Colts – Five Statistics to Ignore When Talking About QB Andrew Luck
August 9, 2013

by Kent Sterling One of the only things I’ve learned at Indianapolis Colts Training Camp is that their quarterback, the 2012 #1 overall pick in the draft, is the real deal.  Andrew Luck has all the traits of an exceptionally talented player in the NFL. I’ve stared at Luck during workouts in Anderson during training […]

Tony Bosch Tops list of Top Ten Douchebags in Sports
June 5, 2013

by Kent Sterling Today on 1070 the Fan in Indianapolis, Dan Dakich talked about how Biogenesis head Tony Bosch is a “Bag”. and of course he’s right.  Hard to argue against that designation being thrown at a guy who only tells the truth when threatened by doom and ruin. The truth should be told because […]