Colts Coverage

The Colts (0-1) are hitting the road in Week Two, with a trip to take on the Washington Redskins (1-0). Here is an early preview of the 1:00 PM kickoff.
After a preseason to forget for Nyheim Hines, the Colts had no issues incorporating the rookie a lot in their Week One game plan.
On Monday afternoon, Frank Reich met the media after reviewing the film of his team’s Week One loss to the Bengals. What did Reich have to say about the 34-23 loss?
Let’s take a look at the good and the bad from the Colts dropping their season opener, 34-23, to the Cincinnati Bengals at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Andrew Luck’s return to NFL regular season football saw so much of the old No. 12, but there was one obvious difference.
The Colts had a double-digit lead past the midway point of the third quarter on Sunday afternoon, before the Bengals scored 24 unanswered points to win the game. What did we learn from the 34-23 loss?
On Sunday morning, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport confirmed that Andrew Luck injured the AC joint in his right shoulder during a 2016 snowboarding accident.
It’s time for real football with the Colts and Bengals meeting this Sunday at 1:00 p.m. What are seven things to watch for as the Colts take on the Bengals in Week One of the 2018 regular season? Friday #Colts podcast:
The Colts released their final injury report of the week on Sunday afternoon. What does the health of the Colts look like going into Week One against the Bengals?