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Eyes in the Backfield: 49ers

12 Things to Watch in Sunday's Colts-49ers game This Waterboy was devastating. How will the Colts' fare? Last week, the Colts' bid to to pull out another thriller came up just short as they couldn't finish off the Miami Dolphins. This week, they take on the San Francisco 49ers in a true test of just […]

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Eyes in the Backfield: Dolphins

12 Things to Watch in Sunday's Colts-Dolphins Game Whoever came up with this did a better job than the dude who designed the actual Dolphins logo. Last week, the Colts survived for another comeback win over the Raiders. In Week 2, they attempt to open the season at 2-0 by taking on a evenly matched […]

Colts Central Radio Interview with T.Y. Hilton

For those that aren't aware, the Colts Authority staff is involved in multiple podcasts throughout the week. In addition to the fantastic Colts Authority Radio, I also do a weekly show called Colts Central Radio with Tyler Brooke of Bleacher Report. It's a short podcast, typically lasting under 40 minutes. This week our guest is […]

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Eyes in the Backfield: Raiders

12 Things to Watch for in Sunday's Colts-Raiders Game Al Davis is gone…or is he? It's the first game of the 2013 season, and what better way to celebrate than with the oldest of old hats…Eyes in the Backfield! All year long, we'll look at the most pressing issues surrounding the Colts' quest to return […]

Announcing the Colts Authority Annual

The staff of Colts Authority is pleased to announce an exciting new development for the site. We are releasing the first ever Colts Authority Annual. The annual is a magazine-style 2013 season preview containing a variety of articles from your favorite Colts Authority writers. It will feature profiles of Ryan Grigson, Chuck Pagano, Andrew Luck […]

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Revenge of the #CATweetbag

It's been too long since the last Colts Authority Tweetbag, affectionately known as the Cat Wee Bag by its legion of faithful followers. You can participate in the tweetbag by

What to Expect 2013: Kerwynn Williams and Justice Cunningham

Welcome to "What to Expect 2013". This is the final installment in which I'll be looking at the positions the Colts drafted relative to their historic counterparts. The goal of this series is to set reasonable expectations for the new draft picks based how similarly drafted players in the past decade performed. This allows us […]

What to Expect 2013: John Boyett

Welcome to "What to Expect 2013". For the next week or so, I'll be looking at the positions the Colts drafted relative to their historic counterparts. The goal of this series is to set reasonable expectations for the new draft picks based how similarly drafted players in the past decade performed. This allows us to […]

What to Expect 2013: Montori Hughes

Welcome to "What to Expect 2013". For the next week or so, I'll be looking at the positions the Colts drafted relative to their historic counterparts. The goal of this series is to set reasonable expectations for the new draft picks based how similarly drafted players in the past decade performed. This allows us to […]

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What to Expect 2013: Hugh Thornton and Khaled Holmes

Welcome to "What to Expect 2013". For the next week or so, I'll be looking at the positions the Colts drafted relative to their historic counterparts. The goal of this series is to set reasonable expectations for the new draft picks based how similarly drafted players in the past decade performed. This allows us to […]

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What to Expect 2013: Bjoern Werner

Welcome to "What to Expect 2013". For the next week or so, I'll be looking at the positions the Colts drafted relative to their historic counterparts. The goal of this series is to set reasonable expectations for the new draft picks based how similarly drafted players in the past decade performed. This allows us to […]

Colts Authority Interviews Hall of Famer Lenny Moore

Baltimore Colt great and Hall of Famer Lenny Moore is being honored this week by his hometown of Reading, PA. He was Marshal Faulk before there was a Marshal Faulk, Moore is still the fourth leading receiver in franchise history behind Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne and Raymond Berry. Moore rushed and received for 11,000 yards […]

What Can the Colts Expect from the 2013 Draft?

Draft season typically gets fans in a tizzy about potential stars and an uninterrupted string of Pro Bowls from that second-round defensive tackle. Of course, the reality of the draft is that outside of the top 15 picks, the most teams can hope for is a solid NFL starter. The Colts six selections in this […]

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