T.Y. Hilton and DeAndre Hopkins might hold the key to Colts-Texans playoff Showdown
Only a field goal separated the Indianapolis Colts and the Houston Texans in each of the first two meetings between the teams this season, and now the AFC South rivals will face off in a rare rubber match to open the NFL playoffs.
Edgerrin James is a 3rd time Hall of Fame finalist – Colts.com
Will the third time be the charm for Edgerrin James?
Colts rule out two for Wild Card matchup – Colts.com
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich on Thursday ruled out two players — one on offense, one on defense — for Saturday’s Wild Card round matchup against the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium.
Seven things to watch playoff addition: Colts vs Texans – 1070TheFan
The Colts (10-6) are off to Houston (11-5) to take on the Texans this Saturday at 4:35 PM. Here are seven things to watch as the Colts take on the Texans in the Wild Card Round.
The Key to the Colts playoff hopes is to limit the Texans’ game wreckers – CBS4Indy
The Indianapolis Colts’ most consequential game in four seasons will consist of 140 or 150 plays, give or take a few, and involve 90 players, give or take.
Eric Ebron and his wife welcome a new baby boy into the world! – CBS4Indy
What a year for Colts tight end Eric Ebron! He signed a two-year contract with the Colts, he earned his first Pro Bowl nod, and he just welcomed a baby boy into the world!
Colts Notebook: Vets prep young roster for playoff mode – Herald Bulletin
Najee Goode hosted a New Year’s Eve party for his fellow linebackers this week, and at some point the former Eagle brought out his Super Bowl LII championship ring for display.
Colts Mailbag: Future of assistants, eliminating mistakes, a prediction and more – The Athletic
Stephen Holder of The Athletic answers fan questions ahead of the Wild Card game.
Breaking down the Colts vs Texans playoff matchup with a dream scenario – The Athletic
There is a common and not-altogether-fallacious notion that the Indianapolis Colts are now playing with house money. While their playoff opponents, the Houston Texans, are in win-now mode, the Colts are the precocious upstarts who were never supposed to be playing January football. The belief around Indiana, and really throughout football, is that the Colts are a team poised for a long run of success but not yet, not this soon.
Under Frank Reich, Colts have built a team of trust – Indy Star
Watch closely. Watch them drop the football, or fumble the football, and watch what happens next.
Colts got a bargain by signing Dontrelle Inman – Indy Star
Rewind the clock. Back before the playoffs seemed like a possibility, before the Colts started ripping off wins, back to the days immediately after Indianapolis bumbled away a game against the lowly New York Jets.