Crazy or not, Colts’ D has become dominant force | Fox 59
INDIANAPOLIS – This is just a tad bit crazy. As in crazy-good. And one by one by one, they insist they saw it coming, even after being skewered by Gardner Minshew on opening day. “Yeah, I don’t want to sound crazy, but I did see this coming,’’ coach Frank Reich said Sunday evening on a […]
Colts continue to be NFL's stingiest defense in victory over Bears - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
Despite a struggling offense and losing All-Pro linebacker Darius Leonard, the Colts' top-ranked defense carried the day.
Defense shines again in Colts 19-3 rout of Bears
The Colts defense stifled Nick Foles and the Bears, limiting them to 269 yards of total offense.
Colts Defense Continues Crusade, Answers First Big Test in Road Win Over Bears
The Indianapolis Colts defense dominated most of Sunday’s road triumph at Chicago as several players delivered clutch performances.
Colts vs. Bears: Rookie safety Julian Blackmon breaks out against Bears
Blackmon corralled his first interception as a third-round rookie coming off a severe injury in his final college game.
Julian Blackmon Looks Like He Belongs On NFL Field | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
Julian Blackmon Looks Like He Belongs On NFL Field
Philip Rivers, Colts’ offense do just enough in win over Bears | Fox 59
INDIANAPOLIS – There are times when it’s fine just being along for the ride. OK, that’s a bit of hyperbole, but that’s one reasonable takeaway regarding the offense in the aftermath of the Indianapolis Colts’ 19-11 win over the Chicago Bears Sunday in Soldier Field. It did enough. No more. “D’s playing unbelievable,’’ quarterback Philip […]
Colts vs. Bears: Philip Rivers (cleanly) trash talks Roquan Smith
Indianapolis Colts quarterback lets Chicago Bears linebacker know he got burned on fourth-quarter run. The Colts beat the Bears.
5 Things Learned: Colts Defense Does Heavy Lifting In Elusive Road Win | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
5 Things Learned: Colts Defense Does Heavy Lifting In Elusive Road Win
The Colts' defense put in a dominant performance for a third straight week Sunday in Indy's 19-11 road victory over the Bears
The Indianapolis Colts allowed just 269 yards of total offense — including 28 rushing yards, the fewest allowed by the Colts since 2009 — to knock off the previously undefeated Chicago Bears, 19-11, on Sunday at Soldier Field.
Check out the stats and notes from the Colts' Week 4 victory over the Chicago Bears
Check out a list of stats and notes from the Indianapolis Colts’ 2020 Week 4 victory over the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field.
Kravitz: Colts defense is no joke in dismantling of Bears – The Athletic
The Colts have allowed 56 points in the first four games, the fewest in the first quarter of the season since 2013.
Colts win! Now, let’s talk about that offense … – The Athletic
If you wanted aesthetically pleasing football, you came to the wrong place.
After years of meticulous roster building, this Colts team can win in many ways – The Athletic
“We really believe we’re the best defense playing this game right now," defensive end Justin Houston said.
Colts vs. Bears: Indianapolis answers questions by dominating Chicago 19-11
Colts tap into rising stars Mo Alie-Cox and Julian Blackmon, and the usual stars up front, to dominate Chicago and dismiss questions about schedule.
Colts vs. Bears: Justin Houston: 'We are the best defense defense playing this game right now'
Indianapolis has given up 945 yards over the first four games, the fewest in the NFL since the 2010 Ravens
Colts vs. Bears: Colts offense failing to live up to its own identity
The offense. The running game. Philip Rivers. None of them were particularly sharp Sunday.
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