Colts drop the ball against the Cards

Face the Tennessee Titans this weekend

Former Colts interim Head Coach Bruce Arians, now the Head Coach for the Arizona Cardinals, had his veterans playing at a high level as QB Carson Palmer led his team to victory over Indie last weekend with two touchdown passes to Pro Bowl receiver Larry Fitzgerald.  On the defensive side, Karlos Dansby had a great game with a 22-yard interception return for a touchdown.

We expect to dominate like this all the time,” Dansby said. “We just finally put it together as a unit. We’re starting to believe in each other and trust one another and we’re making plays all around.”

The Colts face the 5-6 Tennessee Titans who beat the Oakland Raiders 23-19 last weekend  Great tickets and seats are still available

Raiders come calling on the Colts

When the Oakland Raiders enter the opening game against the Indianapolis Colts, one thing is for sure…Quarterback Andrew Luck will have the best talent around him since coming to Indy.  Luck is looking forward to the task at hand.

“An opening game never loses its luster,” Luck said of the season opener. “Whether you’re Pop Warner, middle school, high school, college, especially against such a storied franchise like the Raiders, all the great things that come with them. We’re very excited.”

Tickets are still available for this season opener match up.


RB Bradshaw now a Colt

Former running back for the New York Giants, Ahmad Bradshaw, has signed a one-year deal with the Indianapolis Colts and is confident that he can help the team get back to championship form.

“We just see a huge opportunity for me to come and help Vick and those guys out,” Bradshaw said. “I feel this offense is young and they need a spark, and I feel like I can be that spark that they can use. My point is to get in and learn the offense and get started as quick as possible.”

The Colts open the regular season at home against the Oakland Raiders September 8th. Be sure to get your tickets!