Pagano marvels at Colt’s progress
In the minutes after last Sunday’s win over AFC South champion Houston, Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano marveled at how the 2012 season has progressed for his team.
Knowledge could be power for Colts against Ravens
If there was ever a perfect wild-card playoff matchup for the Indianapolis Colts, it was the Baltimore Ravens. Fifth-place seed Indianapolis (11-5) and fourth-placed seed Baltimore (10-6) will face off at M&T Bank Stadium at 1 p.m. Sunday (CBS Sports).
Pagano looks forward to being on sideline
Emotions figure to be at a high level when the Indianapolis Colts take the field for Sunday’s regular-season home finale with Houston.
Arians a candidate for NFL Coach of the Year
With the return of Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano to the sidelines this week, interim coach/offensive coordinator Bruce Arians kind of got lost in the shuffle.
Pagano returns for Colts' final regular-season game
Chuck’s back, and the Indianapolis Colts couldn’t be happier.
First-year head coach Chuck Pagano returned to take over the reins of the Colts Monday after missing most of the season.
Colts know Chiefs’ mindset
Reggie Wayne knows exactly what’s going through the minds of the Kansas City Chiefs’ players as they prepare for Sunday’s home game with the Indianapolis Colts.
Dinged-up Colts defense looking to prove itself against Chiefs running game
A dinged-up Indianapolis Colts’ defense will face a Kansas City squad that could provide a good test Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.
Wobbly Colts need win to clinch
The Indianapolis Colts will be a beat-up football team as they prepare for Sunday’s National Football League game at Kansas City.
Texans clinch AFC South with 29-17 win over Colts
The Indianapolis Colts came to Houston hoping to take back the AFC South title.
Instead, the Texans (12-2) won 29-17 on Sunday to take the division for the second straight year.
Texans' Kubiak not surprised by Luck's success with Colts
Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak knows a thing or two about being a successful quarterback in the National Football League.
Colts need 3 wins to rule division again
From 2002 to 2010, the Indianapolis Colts pretty much ruled the AFC South. Indianapolis captured seven division crowns during that time and finished second twice to Tennessee.
It's a job, not a reunion, Luck says
Andrew Luck made one thing clear this week.
He doesn’t regard Sunday’s game at Reliant Stadium with the Houston Texans as a chance to go back to his home town and talk about old times.
Colts’ meeting comes on heels of Texans’ big loss
The Indianapolis Colts are quite aware of who, and what, they’re going to be facing Sunday at Reliant Stadium.
Colts could clinch a wild-card berth this weekend
Can anyone explain how the Indianapolis Colts have managed to string together a 9-4 National Football League record this season?
Almost predictable: Luck rallies Colts in second half again
Indianapolis Colts interim coach/offensive coordinator Bruce Arians referred to Sunday’s 27-23 come-from-behind win over the Tennessee Titans as a tale of two halves.
Thanks to the Indianapolis Colts 2012 rookie class, last season’s 2-14 season is quickly becoming a distant memory.
Luck continuing to build trust with young receivers
Most everybody who has followed the Indianapolis Colts this season knows that veteran Reggie Wayne quickly emerged as the go-to receiver of rookie quarterback Andrew Luck.
Luck, Arians expecting more success in second meeting with Titans
The second time around is usually easier if you are a rookie quarterback in the National Football League, especially when you are facing a team for the second time in a season.
Titans to sport new look vs. Colts
Even though the Indianapolis Colts won the first meeting with the Tennessee Titans, interim coach/offensive coordinator Bruce Arians doesn’t think it will help his team Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Despite strong play, Colts aren’t thinking playoffs — yet
The same focus that has gotten the Indianapolis Colts to its current position — 8-4 overall and in the driver’s seat for one of two AFC wild-card playoff berths — was in evidence Monday as interim coach/offensive coordinator Bruce Arians reviewed the team’s 35-33 come-from-behind win over Detroit.
Lions present many challenges for Colts
Finding a way to stop, or at least slow down, the Detroit Lions’ fast-paced offense is the primary goal of Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Greg Manusky.
Arians credits Pagano for preparing Colts for success
As much as Bruce Arians is enjoying leading the Indianapolis Colts as the team’s interim coach, he has made it clear where his loyalties lie.
ROAD to the Playoffs
The Indianapolis Colts will take a 7-4 record into Sunday’s road game at Detroit. Indianapolis is also the front-runner for one of the two available wild-card berths in the upcoming AFC playoffs.
Wild card looking mighty doable right now: Colts improve to 7-4 with win
Don't look now, but the upstart Indianapolis Colts have jumped to the front
of class when it comes to securing one of the two available wild-card berths
in the upcoming AFC playoffs.
‘Resilient’ label fits Colts
If there is a word that best describes the 2012 Indianapolis Colts, it just might be “resilient.”
Colts special teams play needs improvement
With the exception of placekickers Mike Vanderjagt and Adam Vinatieri, along with punters Hunter Smith and Pat McAfee, special teams has been anything but for the Indianapolis Colts over the past 12 seasons.
No matter who the special teams coach may be — and there have been four (Kevin Spencer, Russ Purnell, Ray Rychelski and now Marwan Maalouf) — since the beginning of the 2000 season, the Colts have continually struggled with punt and kick coverage as well as finding reliable and productive kickoff and punt returners.
Do-or-die Bills next for Colts
Indianapolis Colts interim coach/offensive coordinator Bruce Arians is quite aware that the Buffalo Bills are coming into Sunday’s game at Lucas Oil Stadium (1 p.m. kickoff, CBS Sports) facing a do-or-die situation in regard to the postseason.
How will the Colts rebound vs. the Bills?
The big question for the Indianapolis Colts as they prepare for Sunday's home game with Buffalo is a pretty simple one.
Colts look to forget, move forward
Forget it and move on.
That’s the mind set for the Indianapolis Colts coaches and players after Sunday’s 59-24 shellacking by New England.
Brady outplays Luck, Patriots rout Colts 59-24
Alfonzo Dennard watched himself on the video board as he raced 87 yards with an interception for a touchdown. He wanted to see if the star rookie who threw the pass might catch him.
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