Tag Archives: Reggie Wayne

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 […]

Indianapolis Colts – Five Keys to Beating Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos
October 17, 2013

by Kent Sterling On Sunday night, the Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts will actually play some football.  The hyperbole and weirdness of this strange week will be over, and football skills will finally trump verbal clumsiness Bill Polian/Jim Irsay) or brilliance (Peyton Manning/Andrew Luck). There will be those who say that the toughest part of […]

Indianapolis Colts – A Win Is a Win, But Colts 34-28 Triumph Was a Pete Carroll Loss
October 6, 2013

by Kent Sterling The Colts did a lot of good things in the second half of today’s 34-28 come from behind win against the previously undefeated Seattle Seahawks, but that game was lost by the complications Seahawks coach Pete Carroll introduced to the game. It wasn’t the timeouts used because of staffing issues that caused […]

Indianapolis Colts Go to 1-0 with Less Than Convincing 21-17 Win Over Oakland Raiders
September 8, 2013

by Kent Sterling All the Colts who contributed mightily to the Colts opening day win over the woeful Oakland Raiders, please stand up.  If your name isn’t Andrew Luck, Reggie Wayne, or LaRon Landry, sit your asses back down. Click here to follow Kent on Twitter The problems with the performance of the Colts were […]

Indianapolis Colts – Fans Should Dial Back Expectations from 11-5
July 9, 2013

by Kent Sterling In the history of the NFL, only one team has one 11 or more games while being outscored by its opponents.  That was the 2012 Indianapolis Colts. There is an undeniable statistical likelihood that point differential determines success or failure, but because of the limited sample size represented by the 16-game season, […]

Five Really Nice Guys in Sports
June 6, 2013

by Kent Sterling Yesterday, it was the top ten douchebags turn.  Today, we turn to five damn good people who play sports.  This is by no means a comprehensive list, but are people that I really like for a variety of reasons. 5 – Jon Jay  The St. Louis Cardinals is a slick fielding center […]