Tag Archives: Pat McAfee

Indianapolis Colts – Changes in Coaching Staff and Roster Will Bring Opporunities
January 16, 2014

by Kent Sterling Indianapolis Colts fans were spoiled during the Peyton manning era.  Tom Moore was the offensive coordinator, Howard Moore ran the o-line, and John Teerlinck headed the d-line.  Clyde Christensen was everywhere. The staff stayed together for years.  Now, the change that is seen almost everywhere else is going to visit itself on […]

Indianapolis Colts – Five Keys to Beating the St. Louis Rams Sunday
November 8, 2013

by Kent Sterling The St. Louis Rams appear to be a typically mediocre team.  Since 2004, the level of misery they have heaped upon the fans of that river town is beyond measure.  The worst five-year run (15-65) in the history of the NFL was followed by 2012’s 7-8-1 effort, and they appeared to be […]

Peyton Manning’s Return Happy for Indianapolis Colts Fans as Colts Triumph 39-33
October 21, 2013

by Kent Sterling Tonight, Colts fans hoped they would be able to salute their hero, and watch the Colts pull the upset in a game that lived up to the hype.  Check and check. Ill-timed Broncos turnovers and penalties doomed the previously undefeated Broncos to their first defeat.  The 39-33 score doesn’t tell the story […]

Indy Star Sports Moving in the Right Direction with ‘Pat McAfee Show’
July 12, 2013

by Kent Sterling “It’s all about content, dumbasses,” is what I shout on a daily basis to people in the media.  The delivery system is entirely beside the point.  Unique content is everything. I’m sure there were and are people at the Indianapolis Star who are wondering what the hell a bunch of ink stained […]