Monday, December 18, 2006

Colts Trying to Get Back on Track

The Indianapolis Colts are looking to find their winning ways again tonight against the Cincinnati Bengals. After starting the season with 9 straight wins, the Colts have lost 3 of 4 and find themselves in a fight for homefield advantage. The Colts should be able to win out the rest of this season, assuming that they can get themselves in order. But it seems that the secret is out, the Colts cannot stop the run. They're last in the league in rushing defense allowing 5.4 yard per carry 176.5 yards per game.

Monday, December 11, 2006

Another in the "L" Column

A benefit of starting the season 9-0, is that when you lose 3 of 4 you're still in the driver's seat. The Indianapolis Colts dropped another game yesterday against the Jacksonville Jaguars, 44-17. Mauric Jones-Drew ran wild in this game with 15 carries for 166 yards and 2 touchdowns. The secret of how to beat the Colts is out, and Tony Dungy better do something to fix that defensive line before the playoffs.

Saturday, December 02, 2006

 The Indianapolis Colts hoping to get a big boost Sunday against Tennessee with the expected returns of wide receiver Brandon Stokley, safety Bob Sanders and outside linebacker Gilbert Gardner.

Sanders has missed due to soreness and swelling in his right knee.  

Stokley has been sidelined since Oct. 8 with a sprained left knee.  Stokley said he feels better than he has in a while.  "Hopefully, I'll be able to get out there and give it a show," he said. "We'll see how it does."