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When the Indianapolis Colts fell to 4-6 in 2001, then-coach Jim Mora came up with a memorable sound bite when he was asked about the team’s playoff chances. “Ah - playoffs? Don’t talk about - playoffs? You kidding me? Playoffs? I just hope we caShare Tweet
Bruce Arians: I threw the red flag knowing I couldn’t challengeBruce Arians won his first game as the Colts’ interim head coach on Sunday, but in the process he appeared at one point to make a rookie mistake: He picked up an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for throwing the challenge flag on a play when the PackersShare TweetThe Colts have lost starting guard Seth Olsen for at least for the next eight weeks. The guard today was placed on injured reserve, but could come back later in the year. Olsen started the Colts first three games, but missed Sunday’s thrilling win overShare Tweet
Thrown into the fire, rookie Andrew Luck leads first memorable winThe Colts dedicated their game against Green Bay to coach Chuck Pagano. They overcame an 18-point halftime deficit, withstood a late Packers touchdown, then posted a stunning 30-27 victory after Luck authored a memorable 13-play, 80-yard game-winning dr…Share Tweet
Colts look ahead to next week with emotional win in the booksBruce Arians and the coaching staff have moved on. They spent Monday preparing for the Colts' Sunday visit to the New York Jets.Share TweetIn a career filled with memorable moments, including Super Bowls, Bruce Arians knows he will never again have one that quite compares to Sunday.Share Tweet
WR Wayne Was Fighting Severe Leg Cramping During Wincoltsgab.com Oct 8, 2012Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne finished with a career-best 212 receiving yards on 13 receptions Sunday as his team upset the Green Bay Packers 30-27. According to Mike Silver of Yahoo Sports, Wayne was fighting severe leg cramping prior to catching th…Share TweetWhat I think they’re thinking at the headquarters of the Indianapolis Colts this afternoon. Building teams find moments that are cornerstones and touchstones. We found an enormous one of those Sunday, coming back against the Packers for an improbable wiShare TweetGo behind the Colts' key third-down conversion in the fourth quarter Sunday, as QB Andrew Luck avoids a rushing Clay Matthews and hits Reggie Wayne for a critical first down.Share Tweet
Indianapolis Colts chat: Phil B. is taking your questions starting at 8 p.m.Chat live with Indianapolis Colts expert Phillip B. Wilson of the Indianapolis Star. Phil B. begins taking your questions at 8 p.m.Share Tweet
Peter King: Arians, Colts keep beloved Pagano close to heart in stirring winThere are a lot of stories in the naked city this morning -- the Brees ascension over the great Unitas, the 49ers playing like the '66 Packers, the air being let out of the Buffalo Counterfeit Bills, Eric Winston in a rage, Wes Welker with a needle, Chi…Share Tweet
PFT Live: Redskins talk with Rich Tandler and a look back at SundayWhat was the most memorable takeaway from Sunday’s action? Was it Drew Brees breaking Johnny Unitas’ record for consecutive games with a touchdown pass? A second straight dominant performance by the 49ers? The Colts coming back from 18 points down onShare Tweet
Colts Daily Links: Emotional win could carry team 'farther than anyone imagined'Nation's sportswriters have much to say about Colts win over Green Bay.Share TweetYou know that 13-play touchdown-scoring drive you saw at the end of the Colts’ win over the Packers on Sunday? That’s what a franchise quarterback is supposed to look like. Andrew Luck, the No. 1 overall pick who had the biggest pair of shoes to fillShare Tweet
Don Banks: No shortage of heroes in Colts' inspiring tribute win; more SnapsFOXBORO, Mass. -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we take stock of an offensively sloppy but memorable Week 5 in the NFL....Share TweetThe Colts sure made Chuck Pagano proud on Sunday. Don Banks examines Indy's 30-27 stunning upset of Green Bay, RG3's inevitably injury, an ugly week for quarterbacks and more.Share Tweet
'Coaches Show': Arians needs balanceOct 8How do the Colts avoid a letdown following their emotional win? Brian Billick, Dennis Green and Steve Mariucci discuss the tough task that interim head coach Bruce Arians has ahead of him.
Cory Redding talks Chuck PaganoOct 8Indianapolis Colts defensive ends Cory Redding talks about the emotion the team dealt with during their win over the Green Bay Packers and his personal relationship with head coach Chuck Pagano.
Dwight Freeney talks emotional winOct 8Indianapolis Colts linebacker Dwight Freeney talks about the teams emotion win Sunday over the Green Bay Packers and what head coach Chuck Pagano has influenced the team so far this season.
Freeney On Colts' Emotional WinOct 8Dwight Freeney joins SportsCenter to talk about the Colts emotional week and Andrew Luck's play.