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18 Plays Texans (first game)

18 Plays (sort of) from the Colts/Texans game Ok, so it’s not the witty banter you’re used to from the podcast, but we went to all the work to make these brilliant observations, the least we could do was write them down for you… Quarter 1 1. 12:19 Indy ball, 4th and 1 from the […]

2006 YPC Leaders

1.  Maurice Jones-Drew (right) – 5.7 ypc   2.  Frank Gore – 5.4 ypc   3.  LaDanian Tomlinson – 5.2 ypc     4.  Tiki Barber – 5.1 ypc   5.  Brian Westbrook – 5.1 ypc   6.  Fred Taylor – 5.0 ypc   7.  Joseph Addai – 4.8 ypc   8.  Ladell Betts – […]

2006 Receiving Yards Leaders

1.  Chad Johnson – 1369 yds   2. Marvin Harrison (left) – 1366 yds 3. Reggie Wayne – 1310 yds 4. Roy Williams – 1310 yds 5. Donald Driver (left) – 1295 yds 6. Lee Evans (right) – 1292 yds 7. Anquan Boldin – 1203 yds 8. Torry Holt – 1188 yds   9. Terrell […]

2006 NFL Passing Rating Leaders

He won the Super Bowl and his stats are still better than yours.  Yeah, I’m looking at you Butterbear. 1.  Peyton Manning – 101.0   2.  Damon Huard – 98.0   3.  Drew Brees – 96.2   4.  Donovan McNabb (left) – 95.5   5.  Tony Romo (left) – 95.1   6.  Carson Palmer – […]

5 Myths About the Colts

A lot of people like to talk trash about the Colts.  That’s fine.  What drives me nuts is people throwing out ‘facts’ about the Horse without having the real information.  Here are 5 of the most common myths about our team coupled with the truth.   Myth 1:  Tony Dungy is a defensive coach first […]

2007 Mock Draft

Enjoy 18 to 88′s Mock NFL Draft.  How will our predictions fare?  We have our fingers crossed. 1. Oakland Raiders Jeff George QB, Illinois The Raiders wanted to take Carl Lewis because Al Davis loves fast guys who can’t catch.  But in the end, the big arm of George combined with that ‘Raider attitude’ was […]

18to88′s 2007 Fantasy Football Challenge: Huge Prizes, Free to All

Huge 18to88.com Announcement: We are starting a league on Yahoo! Sports Fantasy Football for the 2007 season. Deshawn Zombie and Demond Sanders will duel up to 18 other competitors for the undisputed title of football genius. Also you can win stuff. Want in? Send an email to 18to88@gmail.com and we will give you the league […]

18 Questions With Phil B Wilson

Phillip B. Wilson is a beat writer for the Indianapolis Colts and writes a must read blog on the Colts. The Indy Star has the absolute best Colts coverage you’ll ever find, and Indystar.com should be your first stop every day in the search for all the Colts info you need and want. You can […]

Eyes in the Backfield: Chargers at Colts (Playoffs)

I don’t know what they’re looking at, but I’m staring at reasons 1 and 1a to feel good about this matchup. Playoffs?  Yes, it’s playoff time again, and unlike oh so long ago, we supporters of the Blue and White don’t have to spend sleepless, angst-ridden nights wondering what will possibly go wrong this year. […]

The Minicamp Scoreboard

                                       Paul Kuharsky      John Oehser    IndyStar.com   Colts.com Vinatieri has hip surgery      BEST                      X                   X                    X Verdict:  All four covered the story almost exactly as the Colts released it, but only Kuharsky had the quote from Caldwell that AV would be ready to start the season.  The next day, the Star came up with good […]

Justin Snow-Classic Colt

Justin Snow, number 48, signed as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2000, Mr. Snow has played his entire career with the “Blue and White.” During his career, he has excelled at being the longsnapper (144 consecutive games as a Colt) on special teams for punts, field goals, and PAT’s. Along with Mike Vanderjagt and […]

Jon Hand-Classic Colt

Jon Hand was the Colts’ first round draft pick in 1986, and part of the first really good Colts teams in Indianapolis.  He was an immediate starter with the team, playing in 15 games his rookie year, racking up 5 sacks and 82 tackles as one of the lone bright spots on a team that […]

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