Aug 7, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Indianapolis Colts defensive back Dewey McDonald (31) sacks New York Jets quarterback Matt Simms (5) during the second half at MetLife Stadium. The Jets defeated the Colts 13-10. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

Colts Rising and Falling: Preseason Week 2

The Colts lost to the Giants on Saturday in heartbreaking (much sorrow was had) fashion, losing a 26-point lead in the fourth quarter. The loss really means nothing. Some (NO NAMES WILL BE MENTIONED) have questioned the team’s fortitude, Chuck Pagano’s leadership and the size of Chandler Harnish’s clutch gene because of the loss, but […]

Players We Watched: RB Dan Herron

Editor’s Note: ‘Players We Watched’ is Colts Authority’s annual film review of specific players’ performances during the preseason. The series is predicated on the idea that the importance of preseason lies in the play of individuals rather than the team as a whole. Roster battles and crucial practice squad spots are often decided by preseason […]

Quick Hits: Five Things to Watch in Colts vs. Giants

I’m currently working on a Dan Herron film review for Friday, but since that wasn’t quite done, I wanted to throw a quick list of things together of things I’ll be watching in the Colts/Giants preseason matchup this Saturday. We’ll have more comprehensive preseason review next week, but a busy week for my personal life […]

Players We Watched: ILB Henoc Muamba

Editor’s Note: ‘Players We Watched’ is Colts Authority’s annual film review of specific players’ performances during the preseason. The series is predicated on the idea that the importance of preseason lies in the play of individuals rather than the team as a whole. Roster battles and crucial practice squad spots are often decided by preseason […]

Charting the Colts’ Offensive Line: Preseason Week 1

Welcome back to my favorite part of football blogging: charting blocks! After spending the offseason wandering through the dregs of the Colts’ roster, I’m diving back into offensive line play. If you’re reading this, you’re probably my favorite kind of football nerd, meaning I don’t need to explain to you how important blocking is. And anyway, […]

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Catching Up on the Colts’ Injury News and Roster Moves

Over the weekend, the Colts made a few moves and released some information on their most recent injuries. While we’ve been focused on breaking down the first fresh film we’ve had available in months, it’s time to get caught up on all the Colts’ roster tweaks. Injuries The two injuries to occur on the offensive […]

Jul 24, 2014; Anderson, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano coaches on the field during training camp at Anderson University. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

#ColtsCamp Musings: Players are People, Too

I really do enjoy training camp and the preseason, much more than the average fan (or even the average analyst). I love tracking bottom-of-the roster players in preseason and watching the roster battles pan out.  But the best part about training camp is proximity. At camp, the players are right there. No longer are they […]

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#ColtsCamp Musings: Passing the Torch

Instead of daily camp reports, which I generally loathe (I know they get clicks, but they are full of worthless info, outside of injury news), I decided to compile all of the camp information into one big piece. But as I started writing I realized that said piece would be too long, so instead, here’s the […]

First Unofficial Colts Depth Chart Released

With their first preseason game coming on Thursday against the New York Jets, the Colts have released their first unofficial depth chart as a part of their pre-game press release. Per the release: Not many surprises here, based on how the team has distributed snaps during training camp. Just two things stuck out to me: […]

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