Mathis now out for the season

While the Colts were waiting for Robert Mathis to get through his NFL Mandated suspension, they were envisioning sacks o’plenty.  Now Colts staff, players and fans were stunned to find out that their team would be without the services of the former 2003 5th round draft pick and Six-Time Pro Bowler.

“Really a devastating blow for Robert, his family and our team and this organization,” Head Coach Chuck Pagano said. “We hate to lose anybody. This one stings, but like always, nobody is better equipped to handle circumstances and adversity than this group.”

The Home Opener game against the Philadelphia Eagles is a Monday Night affair that kicks off September 15th at 7.  Plenty of cheap tickets and great seats are still available so be sure to get yours today!

Colts still looking for first win in preseason

The Indianapolis Colts have yet to win in the preseason and have lost all three games by a total of 10 points and most recently a 23-17 loss to the New Orleans Saints.

The Colts, like all NFL teams will have to get their rosters down to 53 by August 31 and the positions that will most be studied tonight include the safety position where LaRon Landry,  Mike Adams, Sergio Brown and Colt Anderson are all still in contention for a starting spot and look for Da’Rick Rogers and Griff Whalen to battle for the fifth and final receiver position

The Colts take on the Cincinnati Bengals tonight at 8 pm. Great seats and cheap tickets are still available so be sure to get yours now!

Colts win crazy shootout with Chiefs

Luck leads team from a 28-point deficit

The Indianapolis Colts found out what they were made of this weekend after taking on a very tough Kansas City Chiefs team.  The Colts came out and seemed not to know what to expect from an NFL Playoff game as they fell behind 31-10 by halftime.

“This team has never panicked since I’ve been a part of this club,” Luck said after the game. “Guys just play football. We knew there was no 28-point score. Guys just stepped up.”

And panic they did not.  The Colts came out in the third quarter and put 21 points in the third quarter and 14 in the fourth to the Chiefs 13 2nd half points.

“We’ve been here before,” Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano said, imploring his  team to “trust techniques and  fundamentals. I know I sounded like a broken record, but that’s what we did. We did it one play at a time.”

The Colts next face the New England Patriots this weekend for a chance to move on in the 2013 NFL Playoffs.  Great seats and tickets are still available!