Is it time for the Chiefs to take a step back in the AFC?
Two Colts made The Athletic’s annual summer ranking, and the pair includes one name you may have never heard of.
The Colts’ young workhorse running back continues to blossom into a superstar right before our very own eyes.
The Colts received more high praise from another national media member.
After failing to reach the Super Bowl once again, the Titans seem to be reconsidering their main spots on the roster, but they are still a dangerous team
Are the Colts ready to knock off one of the best teams in the AFC?
After a shootout for the ages against Kansas City in the playoffs, the Bills look poised for another big run.
The Colts continue to be managed prudently regarding the franchise’s future salary cap flexibility.
He’s a maniac, maniac on the field...
Should the Colts trade for Baltimore Ravens CB Marcus Peters?
We take an early look at the AFC North teams to see how the Colts compare.
Kenny Moore II continues to be thought of highly in league circles. This time by a former Colts teammate.
Still the team to beat in the AFC, the Chiefs are the top-dog in the conference, but their kingdom is not as safe as it once was.
The Colts’ new QB to WR pairing appears poised for a lot of success come 2022—with a savvy veteran and potential breakout Pro Bowler.
The Colts would assuredly love to add Terry McLaurin from a talent perspective, but there’s more to consider here.
Matt Ryan has already impressed in Indianapolis with his still elite accuracy.
To make the next leap, the Colts defensive line’s collective success could come down to some of its youngest players.
Fresh off a Super Bowl loss against the Rams, the Joe Burrow led Bengals managed to retain their core, and look poised for another big run.
Despite some turnover, the Colts remain a Top 10 offensive line unit in all of football—with the chance to even improve.
Will the Colts have their best defender back for the regular season?
The Colts may have bolstered their depth on Friday by adding some veteran backups.
Two of the Colts’ top players did not practice during ‘Day 2’ of team minicamp with seemingly minor injuries.
The Colts feature one of the best backfield in all of football—and rightfully so, having Jonathan Taylor & Nyheim Hines.
The Maniac’s’ lingering ankle issue has reportedly been connected to a recent back surgery.
Jonathan Taylor not only passed the eyeballs test in elite explosiveness, but the numbers definitively back it up.