Tag Archives: Robert Mathis

Top Ten reasons the Indianapolis Colts are on the brink of a championship season
June 1, 2015

by Kent Sterling The Indianapolis Colts are in a position where a championship could be in their immediate future.  Here are the top ten reasons the Colts are becoming the favorites to win Super Bowl L: 10 – Membership in AFC South – This division of leftovers has been the Colts to dominate since it […]

Indianapolis Colts – Pregame Tribute to Manning Should Never Have Been Planned
October 17, 2013

by Kent Sterling The horse last left the barn, and there is no way to unring this bell, but the Indianapolis Colts should never have given serious thought to providing Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning with a video tribute, or any other measure of honor prior to Sunday night’s game at Lucas Oil Stadium. After […]

Indianapolis Colts – Game Monday Night vs. Chargers Trap Game or Easy Win
October 11, 2013

by Kent Sterling The battle for bragging rights among the Pagano Family isn’t drawing the sexy media coverage that the Harbaughs do, but the head coach of the colts and the defensive coordinator of the Chargers are brothers.  Chuck vs. John will be far down the list of sidebars, just as it should have been […]

Coach Rick Venturi Talks About the Colts Change to a 3-4 Defense from a 4-3
May 17, 2013

by Kent Sterling Switching basic defenses requires roster changes, and it can take some serious time.  The players like Dwight Freeney who were key in making the 4-3 with cover two work so well for so long become a liability in the 3-4 scheme that Chuck Pagano brought with him from Baltimore. So how long […]