Frank Reich's 'funky' playcalling gives Colts players confidence - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
The Colts coach isn't afraid of risks, as when he called a late play-action pass that kept the Falcons offense off the field with the game on the line.
How Colts turned things around and became NFL's least-penalized team
Indianapolis leads the league in fewest penalties called (18), ranks second in fewest accepted penalties (15) and first in penalty yardage (114).
T.Y. Hilton, Colts tight ends deserve some credit for Brissett's big day
A lot to like on the offensive side of the ball, but the Colts defense failed to keep Atlanta from coming back into the game.
The Colts are 2-1, and Jacoby Brissett is playing the best football of his life – The Athletic
Three games in and Brissett’s played well enough to win each. The Colts should be 3-0.
Five Things Learned: Colts-Falcons (2019, Week 3)
What were the main takeaways from Sunday’s Indianapolis Colts 2019 Week 3 victory over the Atlanta Falcons? Here are Five Things Learned.
Hits And Misses: Offense Shines In Victory Over Falcons | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenter
Let’s take a look at the good and the bad from the Colts (2-1) beating the Falcons (1-2), on Sunday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Adam Vinatieri Bounces Back With Clean Kicking Day | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenter
Amidst one of the worst slumps of his Hall of Fame career, Adam Vinatieri returned home and had a 5-of-5 day kicking the football. What did Vinatieri think of his clean day kicking it?
Kravitz’s Dopey Report Card: With hot start, Colts QB Jacoby Brissett produces finest game of career – The Athletic
Grades and takeaways from the Colts' 27-24 win over the Falcons in the home opener Sunday.
Malik Hooker To Miss Time With Knee Injury | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenter
On Monday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter first reported that Colts safety Malik Hooker will miss 4-to-6 weeks with a torn meniscus. Where will the Colts turn without their deep centerfield safety?
Colts' rookie Khari Willis will replace Malik Hooker (knee), who will miss 4-6 weeks
Hooker missed 18 snaps in the second half due to the injury, but he returned to the lineup and finished the game.
Report: Colts safety Malik Hooker will miss time with knee injury | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indianapolis Colts paid a heavy price for their Sunday win over the Atlanta Falcons. Safety Malik Hooker suffered a torn meniscus in his knee and could miss up to six weeks, according to ESPN.
Malik Hooker Could Miss ‘A Few Weeks’ With Knee Injury
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said today that safety Malik Hooker could miss “a few weeks” after suffering a knee injury in Sunday’s Week 3 victory over the Atlanta Falcons.
Colts turn to rookie Khari Willis while Malik Hooker mends | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Khari Willis’ learning curve is about noticeably increase. While starting safety Malik Hooker misses extended time after tearing the meniscus in one of his knees, the Indianapolis Colts’ fourth-round draft pick is expected to play a major role in picking up the slack.
T.Y. Hilton re-aggravated quad injury in Colts costly win over Falcons
As the season progresses, the Colts' injury report continues to grow
Colts Monday Notebook: T.Y. Hilton Re-Aggravated Quad Injury | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenter
On Monday, Frank Reich provided a few key injury updates on some Colts players. What were those updates?
Colts Sign DE Gerri Green To Practice Squad
The Indianapolis Colts today announced they have signed defensive end Gerri Green to their practice squad, and released defensive end Jamal Davis II from the practice squad.
This was Quenton Nelson during warm-ups yesterday - doing the splits and stretching while doing push-ups. Like the freaky flexible, uber physical freak he is. pic.twitter.com/NA6Wr8VP3D— Heather Lloyd (@TheBlueMare) September 23, 2019
Left guard. Hype man. Backup dancer. pic.twitter.com/ymzHaeCDaG— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) September 23, 2019
This was a play the #Colts put in last week. Trying to initially sell the inside run, before Nelson pulls.— Kevin Bowen (@KBowen1070) September 23, 2019
Quenton Nelson: “It was a DB, who just fell to the ground, before anything could happen."
Reporter: "Business decision by him?”
Nelson: “Yeah, probably a smart one.” pic.twitter.com/l6rEWI64Mr
Malik Hooker walked off the field on his own after his torn ACL/MCL in 2017.— Brett Bensley (@brettbensley) September 23, 2019
Yesterday, he limped off the field with plenty of optimism.
One tough s.o.b. https://t.co/BeVbV6fQlm pic.twitter.com/vuPf9ijQOh