Backtrack: The Colts’ First-Ever Home Game
Out of the gate.
“To me, this is more important than anything we do on the field.”
“I grew up in Cincinnati, so I’m not totally unaccustomed to snow. And when it comes to challenging weather, I don’t think anything compares to the summer heat in Alabama.”
Now a semifinalist for inclusion in the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s class of 2016, James has the most career rushing yards of any eligible NFL running back not currently in the Hall.
Colts tight end Dwayne Allen ran a route to Indy’s Coburn Place Safe Haven to promote domestic-violence prevention and assistance for victims and survivors.
Pretty boy Tom Brady served no time for the Deflategate crime, and there’s a sense that justice has not been served—yet.
Backup quarterback Matt Hasselbeck continues to yank the Colts back from the brink of disaster in Andrew Luck’s absence. For the second time in five days, the 40-year-old rallied Indianapolis to a win over an AFC Sloth opponent.
From give them all the trophies now to throwing up at 2 a.m., the Colts quarterback situation has seen better seasons.
The Colts sucked. Twitter did not. Here are some of the best tweets from the Colts monday night loss.
A sampling of the top tweets from the Colts opener. “We’re doomed.”
“I just love gummy bears. I used to get a couple pounds from a candy store in Carmel.”
The Colts make a pick, and a columnist comes unglued.