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The unsung heroes of the Colts’ amazing season – The Athletic
Players who were never considered meaningful to this season’s outcome made themselves relevant by seizing their moments. And the Colts wouldn’t be here without them.

T.Y. Hilton's ankle won't keep him from playoff trip to second home
In seven career games at NRG Stadium, Hilton has caught 41 passes for 933 yards and seven touchdowns.

Limited T.Y. Hilton Faces The Team He Owns In Houston | 1070 the Fan

Playing through a myriad of injuries this season, T.Y. Hilton is not fully healthy as the Colts enter the playoffs. How healthy is Hilton?

Colts Notebook: Frank Reich Has Adam Vinatieri Speak To Team About Playoff Football | 1070 the Fan

The Colts are altering their schedule with the postseason here. Here’s a notebook look at the Colts returning to work on Tuesday.

Frank Reich taps into Vinatieri’s playoff experience heading into round 1 meeting with Houston | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – As Frank Reich was sitting idly Monday evening – well, as idly as a coach can sit whose team has its biggest game of the season in five days – his mind drifted toward covering every conceivable aspect of that biggest game of the season.

Colts-Titans Drive Of The Game: Special Teams, Defense Close Out Titans
The Indianapolis Colts’ 2018 Week 17 Drive of the Game, presented by Hays + Sons, was a seven-play, 48-yard drive by the Tennessee Titans midway through the fourth quarter that ended with a Kenny Moore II interception.

Colts’ Offensive Line Dominates Its Way Onto Pro Football Focus’ 'Team Of The Week'
Behind 158 rushing yards and just two hits on their quarterback in their Week 17 victory over the Tennessee Titans, three of the Indianapolis Colts’ five offensive linemen made Pro Football Focus’ Week 17 NFL

Texans' Bill O'Brien recruited Colts guard Quenton Nelson in high school -
Years before Texans coach Bill O'Brien and his staff were tasked with dealing with mauling Indianapolis Colts rookie offensive guard Quenton Nelson in NFL games, O'Brien was trying to convince the standout blocker to attend Penn State.