Film room: How Frank Reich and the Colts use their scheme to give Andrew Luck wide-open targets – The Athletic
The opener showed a huge offensive shift in Indianapolis. The Colts are offensively creative again, less predictable and more lethal.
Colts Get First Opportunity To See Defensive Rotation In Action
The Indianapolis Colts’ season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals was their first chance to put their various defensive rotations in action under new coordinator Matt Eberflus. How’d the snaps end up being spread out?
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Anthony Walker began with the conventional response about every week being a challenge in the NFL.
Colts Trust Nyheim Hines For Large Week One Role | 1070 the Fan
After a preseason to forget for Nyheim Hines, the Colts had no issues incorporating the rookie a lot in their Week One game plan.
Fatherly advice, getting off social media helped Colts’ rookie Nyheim Hines | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Nyheim Hines dabbled in social media as he was wading through his rookie training camp, until social media reared its ugly head.
Colts Release Week 2 Unofficial Depth Chart
What does the 2018 Week 2 unofficial depth chart look like for the Indianapolis Colts? We take a position-by-position look.
Pro Football Focus Gives Several Indianapolis Colts High Marks For Week 1
Despite the loss, Pro Football Focus gave some Indianapolis Colts players high marks for their efforts in Week 1 against the Cincinnati Bengals.
A Look Around The AFC South: 9.11.18
Colts.com offers a comprehensive look at the latest action around the AFC South Division, courtesy of the Associated Press and presented by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield.
Colts Keeping An Eye On Hurricane Florence
The Indianapolis Colts travel east to Landover, Md., to take on the Washington Redskins on Sunday, when Hurricane Florence is expected to be impacting the area. How will the team prepare for what could be extremely wet and unpredictable weather conditions
Chris McCain, Anthony Johnson Released From Colts’ IR List
The Indianapolis Colts on Tuesday continued cutting down the number of players from their injured reserve list, waiving wide receiver Matt Hazel, releasing defensive end Chris McCain and reaching an injury settlement with defensive end Anthony Johnson
How'd 1⃣2⃣ do in his 2018 debut? pic.twitter.com/Pe0AjYDI6I— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) September 11, 2018
Watching some Quenton Nelson tape and have a thread coming later this week but I wanted to show this play early.— Defend The House (@DTH_Mason) September 12, 2018
Watch for #56, the LG, but right of the center from this angle, he'll be a pulling guard.
and then WATCH Q MURDER A MAN. #Colts pic.twitter.com/jBvdEGCX2x
I'm a sucker for good play design. Loved this look from the Colts. Great usage of space and formation. pic.twitter.com/uS9Q9HT5s7— Mark Schofield (@MarkSchofield) September 12, 2018
We saw a totally different Nyheim Hines on Sunday. A weapon the #Colts used a lot.— Kevin Bowen (@KBowen1070) September 11, 2018
Hines against a linebacker here: pic.twitter.com/aX9EJSgyDp
Kenny Moore II allowed a passer rating of 0.0 on throws into his coverage this week. pic.twitter.com/ncA2pHlNXU— Pro Football Focus (@PFF) September 11, 2018
My thoughts on this major praise for the OL from OC-Nick Sirianni today:— Kevin Bowen (@KBowen1070) September 11, 2018
-55 dropbacks for Luck and just 2 sacks? Sign up for that any day of the week
-Great designs by Reich to keep it quick rhythm, avoided 3rd-and-longs
-Joe Haeg was very solid in his first ever start at LT pic.twitter.com/XNtUlDIJ46
I heard various sentiments about the Colts' OL on Sunday and how the pass pro wasn't good enough. I could not disagree more. It was more than adequate when you consider Luck had 55 dropbacks and they played two backup OTs. Here's Nick Sirianni's take earlier today. Strong stuff. pic.twitter.com/TcoxMJokP0— Stephen Holder (@HolderStephen) September 11, 2018