Indianapolis Colts Schedule
The Indianapolis Colts are ready to trample the competition this season as they host
all of the best teams in the National Football League. The team is hoping to follow up their nice 2013 season with another
good year in 2014. Quarterback Andrew Luck has shown that he is the real deal under center, as he's ascended into the echelon
of the best quarterbacks in the National Football League after just his second year in the pros. The Colts acquired running
back Trent Richardson from the Brown in an early season trade last season, and while Richardson has not run the ball as well
as expected the Colts did play well after his arrival. The Colts have their sights set on the AFC South crown this season,
and look like a good beat to earn that title. The team has some great matchups at home this season that Colts fans will be
clamoring to see in person. Join them in the stands for all the biggest matchups.
The Colts take on the Tennessee Titans
in a great divisional matchup on September 28th. The Titans finished in second place in the division last season and will
certainly be looking to leapfrog the Colts in 2014. The Titans have a talented young signal caller in Jake Locker, and while
the Washington product missed a chunk of last season due to injury he has shown a lot of promise while on the field in the
pro game. The Colts will look for Luck to outdo Locker in this contest and lead the Colts to a huge victory within the division.
will have another big game on their hands on November 16th when Tom Brady and the New England Patriots come to town. The Colts
and Patriots have had some incredible games in the past, both in the regular season and the postseason. It doesn't get any
better than being there in person for a matchup like this, so head out to Lucas Oil to see if the Colts can shut down the
Indianapolis Colts Team Info
The Indianapolis Colts are coming off another fine season under the
leadership of young quarterback Andrew Luck. The Colts were a steady team for much of the 2013 season thanks to the reliability
of Luck, despite it being just his second season in the National Football League. Luck acts a stabilizing force for this Indy
offense, as he's as poised as a long-time veteran out on the field. While running back Trent Richardson struggled to find
running room following the early-season trade with Cleveland that brought him to Indianapolis, the team is looking for him
to make good on his high draft position this year. Though an injury to wide receiver Reggie Wayne hurt the Colts passing attack
down the stretch last season, other players stepped up in his absence and got the chance to develop a good rapport with Luck.
for an even more spectacular season from Luck in 2014 as he will have additional protection from the offensive line with the
help of the Colts' number one selection in the 2014 draft, offensive tackle Jack Mewhort out of Ohio State. T.Y. Hilton will
once again be ready to receive passes from Luck but newly drafted wide receiver Donte Moncrief will also be a valuable target
for Luck and should help open up the field for the Hilton and the other veteran receivers. The Colts also addressed defensive
issues in the draft by selecting defensive end Jonathan Newsome and inside linebacker Andrew Jackson. Expectations are high
for the Colts entering the 2014 season and they will be looking for support from all of their biggest fans at every important
game at Lucas Oil Stadium this year.
If you are expecting to see an amazing sporting event,
look no further as there is nothing that matches the thrill of being there for an exciting NFL matchup loaded with heart-pounding
intensity. Whether it is a spectacular catch, a highlight-ready run, or an eye-popping throw, the NFL has you covered if you
are looking for top-tier football action that you'll be talking about well after it's over. There has never been a better
time to head out to the stands so you can actually feel the intensity of the crowd in a way that you never can from your living
room. Tickets to see the Colts play at their home venue of Lucas Oil Stadium are always hot sellers for a reason, as the Colts
are usually one of the best teams in the AFC and often host some of the toughest opponents that the conference has to offer.
Home games featuring the Colts are always great, though there is something great about being on the road as well, as there
is nothing quite like watching your favorite team as they hope to silence the home crowd to the joy of the true fans that
made the trip. Don't miss out on any of the Indianapolis Colts action this season.
Indianapolis Colts History
like Johnny Unitas and Eric Dickerson played their best years in the blue and white of the Colts, and Peyton Manning gave
the Colts one of the best runs in NFL history – one that had them in the playoffs all the time and even brought home
a title. If you're looking for one of the best matchups these days, Colts-Texans tickets are never lacking in demand, and
that's because these two teams frequently find themselves battling it out near the top of the division. Start making your
plans as soon as you can to see the action the way it was meant to be seen.
Indianapolis Colts Trivia
did quarterback Andrew Luck play his college football?
The answer is Stanford University, where he led the Cardinal
to some huge victories during his time with the team. When he was ready to enter the NFL Draft, the Colts were sitting there
with the number one pick to select him. The team has been lucky to have such a seamless transition from former signal caller
Peyton Manning to Luck.