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Whatever the approach, Colts need to avoid 0-2 | Fox 59
INDIANAPOLIS – The descriptions vary, but not what’s on the line Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. It’s the Indianapolis Colts, 0-1 and eager to atone for yet another season-opening stumble, versus the Minnesota Vikings, 0-1 after being overwhelmed last Sunday by the Aaron Rodgers-led Green Bay Packers. “We’re at home, can’t go down 0-2,’’ Pro […]
Colts Thursday Notebook: Malik Hooker Returns To Practice | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
Colts Thursday Notebook: Malik Hooker Returns To Practice
Philip Rivers Looks Like His Normal Self In Colts Opener | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
Philip Rivers Looks Like His Normal Self In Colts Opener
Colts Notebook: Campbell showcases his skill set | Sports | kokomotribune.com
It’s not a proud moment for Parris Campbell, but the 15-yard penalty he drew Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars sent a message just the same.
Colts tight end Jack Doyle misses practices with ankle, knee injuries
Doyle, who caught three passes for 49 yards in the opener, plays more snaps than any other tight end.
Colts Thursday Notebook: TE Jack Doyle misses second straight practice; WR T.Y. Hilton inspired for better performance Sunday vs. Vikings
The Indianapolis Colts on Thursday held their second of three days of on-field preparations for Sunday’s Week 2 contest against the Minnesota Vikings. What were some of the top takeaways on the day? Here’s today’s Colts Notebook.
Colts Rookie Watch, Week 2: Jonathan Taylor makes big plays in the passing game in NFL debut
It’s time for the Week 2 version of the 2020 Colts Rookie Watch, where we take a look at the stats and highlights to track the progress of each rookie on the Indianapolis Colts’ roster.
2020 Indianapolis Colts Fantasy Week 2: Who Starts Sunday vs. Minnesota Vikings?
NFL fantasy owners can take advantage of the Indianapolis Colts adjusting their backfield after running back Marlon Mack was lost for the season. Rookie Jonathan Taylor and third-year back Nyheim Hines have added value.
Colts: She hasn’t missed a Colts home game since the team moved to Indianapolis in 1984 — until Sunday
Joanna Jockish has attended all 300 regular season and playoff Colts games in Indianapolis but won’t be one of 2,500 there Sunday
Colts need Nyheim Hines to be more than just a third-down back with
Hines, who had seven carries for 28 yards, eight catches for 45 yards and two touchdowns against Jacksonville, has to prove his ability as a runner.
Colts open 2020 home NFL slate with Vikings and 2,500 fans due to coronavirus
COVID-19 has changed the way we watch our team play. When this is all over – could be 2021, could be 2025 – will we decide we like it better this way?
Colts allowed to seat maximum of X fans Week 3 vs. Jets
More: How Colts decided which 2,500 fans could attend Sunday’s home opener
Sizing up the Colts-Vikings game: Which defense is most vulnerable? – The Athletic
In their last six games — five of which were losses — the Colts defense has allowed quarterbacks to complete 76 percent of their passes.
Colts film review: Useful Week 1 takeaways could impact Vikings game – The Athletic
The Colts have the right personnel to be successful on screen plays, which they were against the Jaguars.