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    The Indianapolis Colts have their quarterback in former Atlanta Falcons signal-caller Matt Ryan. Hopefully, he’ll be better than Carson Wentz was. Ryan has a roster bonus due at 4 p.m. ET on Monday, so a trade was always bound to be finalized by then, or else the Falcons would move on with the franchise quarterback still on their roster. Nonetheless, it’s tough to come back from being an afterthought due to Deshaun Watson trade talks. The Falcons undeniably wanted to bring in the hometown product to replace Ryan, only to lose out at the last minute to the Cleveland Browns. As a result, the Falcons are left as many thought the Browns would be — with an angry quarterback who is considering his options. There may not be a safe road back for Ryan and the Falcons. Thus, a trade is wise.Falcons: Matt Ryan traded to ColtsRyan gives Indianapolis a reliable veteran under center who isn’t a risk to throw the ball to the other team on any given play. I’m looking at you, Carson Wentz. While Wentz and Philip...
    Andrew Luck is totally unrecognizable, as the former Indianapolis Colts and Stanford Cardinal quarterback lost so much weight in retirement. When people saw that 30-something skinny dad-looking guy on ESPN shortly before kickoff, it turns out that was Andrew Luck. Luck has been completely out of the public spotlight since abruptly retiring from football before the 2019 NFL season. The former Indianapolis Colts and Stanford Cardinal quarterback was just elected into the College Football Hall of Fame. With the national championship game between Alabama and Georgia in hid adopted hometown of Indianapolis, look who made an appearance. This is what naturally lanky people look like when they stomp lifting weights and pounding protein shakes because their football days are over with. Luck went all Joe Thomas on us, now didn’t he? Andrew Luck in the house for the #NationalChampionship ???? @CollegeGameDay pic.twitter.com/lVNYj9bDFN — ESPN (@espn) January 11, 2022 Andrew Luck is totally unrecognizable at the national championship game Luck retired from football at 29-years-old after his body took a beating during his brief, but brilliant NFL career with the Colts. He...
    BOSTON (CBS) — With a Saturday night trip to Indianapolis to face a worthy opponent in the Colts, the Patriots faced a major test this week. Yet when it finally came time to take that test, the Patriots weren’t ready to go. While the Patriots did force a Colts punt on the game’s opening possession, nothing went well for New England for the remainder of the first quarter. After driving 30 yards on their first four plays, the Patriots threw it into reverse. An ineligible player downfield penalty negated a 14-yard screen to Jonnu Smith. A delay of game penalty pushed the Pats back five more yards. Then Mac Jones ran backward trying to escape a pass rusher, but was taken down by DeForest Buckner for a 15-yard sack. The Patriots punted on fourth-and-30. At that point, the Colts just put the game in the hands of their top-ranked rushing offense. They ran seven straight rushing plays, gaining 70 yards. On first-and-goal from the 8-yard line, they technically ran a passing play … but it was really a rushing play with a...
    Succession star reveals secret marriage, more celebrity weddings of 2021 Asian markets mixed as China restricts travel amid COVID spike The Indianapolis Colts defeated the San Francisco 49ers 30-18 in this weekend's edition of "Sunday Night Football," but rain and entropy were the real stars of the night. The game was beset by pouring rain and driving winds for much of the night, and the result was one of the NFL's ugliest games of the year. Neither quarterback crossed the 200-passing yard mark. The ball was fumbled seven times and lost four times. There were two interceptions. An extra point was missed. Twelve penalties were called for 162 yards. Yes, the Colts won, but even they had multiple plays they would love to have back. Like wide open passes: Running backs amirite pic.twitter.com/XcsPWMFGUp— Computer Cowboy (@benbbaldwin) October 25, 2021 And accidental shovel passes into the waiting arms of the opposing defensive line: And would-be interceptions that were dropped by an immediately regretful defensive back. Bonk pic.twitter.com/mdvy8anrhe— Computer Cowboy (@benbbaldwin) October 25, 2021 Of course, it was the 49ers who...
    Dolphins quarterback Jacoby Brissett wasn’t in a happy mood Sunday. Miami’s backup quarterback has been pressed into the starting role with Tua out with an injury to his ribs, and he lost his temper during the team’s loss to the Colts. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) At one point during the game, Brissett smashed his tablet after watching something on it while on the sidelines. Brissett destroyed a tablet on the sideline ???????????? https://t.co/X0i4usCiIA pic.twitter.com/Kb8Fh8ORE0 — ✯✯✯✯✯ (@FTBVids_YT) October 3, 2021 You know things are going well whenever you’re smashing a tablet on the sidelines. That’s always a great sign. That’s always a sign that you have the situation under control! Jacoby Brissett shook Johnathan Abram out of his shoes. … and then he got blasted by Denzel Perryman.pic.twitter.com/ST0blmAQWq — Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) September 26, 2021 I’m seriously wondering if Brissett has to pay the team for breaking a tablet. Of course, I’m taking a strongly educated guess that the tablet broke because I’m not sure how any electronic item could survive being...
    Getty Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay yells from the sidelines against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, September 19. An ejection of one Los Angeles Rams starting defender, a special teams fumble that hit a leg, an 11-point lead that evaporated in the Hoosier State’s largest city… And the Rams prevented an injury- decimated Indianapolis Colts team from stunning the pro football world on Sunday, September 19. The 27-24 road win for L.A., though, was so mentally taxing for the head coach of the winning side Sean McVay, that he already began thinking about opening up his tab or wallet by sharing these four words to reporters who sat inside his press conference: “I need a beer,” was what McVay muttered as he walked away from the media. “I need a beer,” Sean McVay says as he exits his postgame news conference. — Lindsey Thiry (@LindseyThiry) September 19, 2021 What sequences took the mental toll from McVay and the Rams? And what plays ensured there would be no excessive drunken vibes from McVay? A breakdown.The...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Indianapolis Colts are having a little fun at the expense of Eagles nation. The Colts tweeted this cartoon of former Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz bringing a Philly cheesesteak to a Fourth of July barbecue. Grab yourself a plate. READ MORE: 2 Homeless People Shot In Kensington, Philadelphia Police Say Happy Fourth, Colts Nation! ???????? pic.twitter.com/TStDbhQQVS — Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) July 4, 2021 Colts coach Frank Reich, who also used to coach for the Eagles, said “we don’t eat those anymore.” As you might expect, Eagles fans roasted the Colts on Twitter for the dig. This BBQ would be a super spreader event https://t.co/lpbpyEIomn pic.twitter.com/w83sFiHnyT — ben natan (@thebennatan) July 5, 2021 READ MORE: Philadelphia Police: Man, Woman Injured In Kensington Shooting Lol, they depicted him fumbling the cheesesteak. https://t.co/qSqEs5TMhw — Jimmy Kempski (@JimmyKempski) July 4, 2021 The Colts may have gotten the last laugh with a response tweet thanking Eagles fans for the engagement. pic.twitter.com/qXpk1gbij5 — Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) July 4, 2021 MORE NEWS: Philadelphia Firefighters On Frontlines Of Surfside Condo Collapse Rescue...
    Twitter and everyone who watch saw the referees screw the Buffalo Bills in real time.The Buffalo Bills were nearly ruined by the officials when the zebras decided to let the Indianapolis Colts keep the football late in the fourth quarter. Colts wide receiver Zach Pascal clearly fumbled the football after not being downed by the Buffalo defense. He had the ball ripped out while he was trying to fight for extra yardage. Buffalo recovered the fumble, but the referees were blind and made one of the most egregious officiating errors you will ever see. How did no one in New York do the right thing and overturn this? This has to be one of the worst blown calls in the NFL playoff historyThis was not one of those plays where it was up for discussion. The fumble was obvious, as was the clear recovery by the Buffalo defense. Wow!!!!!!!! — Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) January 9, 2021 [email protected] pic.twitter.com/ZJsZ7TGrAA — CJ Fogler #BlackLivesMatter (@cjzero) January 9, 2021 This was not ruled a fumble by the Colts Zach Pascal....
    Coach Cyber Weekend Sale: Take Up to 50% Off Handbags, Shoes, Apparel and More These are the states that dont tax your Social Security Derrick Henry bombs Colts with three first-half rushing touchdowns It is exceedingly rare for a running back to anything well on the ground against the Colts’ defense. Coming into Indy’s Week 12 matchup with the Titans, the Colts had not allowed a back other than Derrick Henry to gain more than 100 yards in a game since last season, and they had allowed just 3.47 running back yards per attempt, fourth-best in the league. And when the Colts beat the Titans 34-17 in Week 10, that defense allowed Derrick Henry just 103 yards and no touchdowns on 19 carries. © Provided by Touchdown Wire But in this rematch, Henry has absolutely gone off, gaining 140 yards and scoring three rushing touchdowns in the first half alone, as the Titans put up 35 first-half points in a 35-14 beatdown. This 12-yard pitch from Ryan Tannehill to Henry with 9:12 left in the first quarter was called...
    The number of Covid-19 cases reported each week in Florida has tripled since the state reopened Biden to name long-time confidant Antony Blinken as secretary of state Derek Carr looked at an NBC camera like the Undertaker and became an instant NFL meme Derek Carr was on the losing end of a close game to the NFC West rival Kansas City Chiefs, as the Las Vegas Raiders fell 35-31 on Sunday night. © Provided by For The Win But at least the quarterback became a meme that spread quickly over Twitter. And it wasn’t one at Carr’s expense! In fact, he showed he was in on the laughs (we’ll get to that). On the same night the Undertaker retired after three decades in the WWE, Carr appeared to stare directly into a Sunday Night Football camera and looked like the wrestling legend. Of course, everyone turned it into a meme, and Carr even tweeted about it: On to the next one... pic.twitter.com/hEAhPArCww— Derek Carr (@derekcarrqb) November 23, 2020 Derek Carr doing his best Undertaker impersonation pic.twitter.com/HlWtFDSA1q— Sports Illustrated...
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