TEAM

Indianapolis Colts

11-7 (56% ATS)

Team Snapshot
Passing Yards 278.8 6th
Rushing Yards 107.4 20th
Points For 27.1 5th
Points Against 21.5 10th
2018 AFC South Standings
TEAM W L T PCT PF PA
Houston 11 5 0 .688 402 316
Indianapolis 10 6 0 .625 433 344
Tennessee 9 7 0 .563 310 303
Jacksonville 5 11 0 .313 245 316

Injuries

  • CB
    Johnathan Joseph (Neck) is questionable Saturday vs Indianapolis
  • WR
    Demaryius Thomas (Achilles) IR
  • CB
    Kayvon Webster (Thigh) IR
  • T
    Seantrel Henderson (Leg) IR
  • NT
    Brandon Dunn (Ankle) is questionable Saturday vs Indianapolis
  • LB
    Brian Peters (Undisclosed) IR
  • CB
    Kevin Johnson (Concussion) IR
  • RB
    Josh Ferguson (Groin) IR
  • WR
    Will Fuller V (ACL) IR
  • LB
    Brennan Scarlett (Ankle) IR
  • WR
    Keke Coutee (Hamstring) is questionable Saturday vs Indianapolis

Indianapolis Colts News

  • January 14 at 6:17pm

    Indianapolis Star: Doyel: Guys like Antonio Brown, Le'Veon Bell will never play for this Colts GM

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    Insiders Zak Keefer and Joel Erickson recap the Colts' 2018 season and look ahead to the offseason. Clark Wade, Clark.Wade@Indystar.com

    INDIANAPOLIS - Chris Ballard is talking about Reggie Wayne, but I'm thinking about Antonio Brown. Ballard, the Colts' general manager, is talking about Edgerrin James. But I'm thinking about Le'Veon Bell. Ballard is talking about Peyton Manning and Gary Brackett and Jeff Saturday, but I'm thinking about Dez Bryant and Ndamukong Suh and any other NFL superstar who might relocate to Indianapolis, bringing all that baggage.

    And I'm thinking: Those guys are never coming here.

  • January 14 at 4:23pm

    Stampede Blue: Indianapolis Colts 2018 Season Winners and Losers: Offense

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    As we wrap up the 2018 season, it is time to take a look at the season as a whole and declare some winners and losers. There are quite a few of them, so we will start on the offensive side of the ball and tackle the defensive side tomorrow.

    Winners

    There are a lot of players who could be considered winners this season, but above them all is Andrew Luck. Luck had a phenomenal season, despite ending it on a rather awful note.

  • January 14 at 2:22pm

    Fansided: Should the Colts re-sign Adam Vinatieri?

    There is one player left on the Colts' roster who won a Super Bowl with the team. That player is Adam Vinatieri. That 2006 season was his first season as a Colt. He has played 12 more in a Colts uniform since then. But his year could be his last.

    Vinatieri had his worst season since 2012, only hitting 85.2% of his kicks. He also missed three extra points. In the playoffs, he missed a 23 yard field goal and an extra point against the Chiefs. It looks like Father Time might finally be catching up to him.

  • January 14 at 11:48am

    Naptown's Finest: Colts should be proud of their 2018 season

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    Last season they were 4-12. They had the third worst record in the league, and looked like a lost franchise in desperate need of a rebuild. The Colts fired their coach, hired one, and then had to hire one again after the first one disappeared on them.

    After all of that, the season is finally over. It ended with a thud after getting destroyed by Kansas City 31-13. But just getting to the Divisional round of the playoffs is a success for this team. They weren't supposed to even break .500 this year.

    Everyone counted out the Colts from the get-go.

  • January 14 at 7:27am

    Stampede Blue: Colts News: Foundation in place, Chris Ballard and Frank Reich look ahead to 2019

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    Foundation in place, Colts' Frank Reich looks ahead at 2019
    Indianapolis Colts are in solid position after a resurgent 2018 season

    Colts not far from turning 2018 NFL playoff run into 2019 Super Bowl.
    With an abundance of draft picks and cap space, the Colts have the capital to fill every hole on their roster, and they don't have that many needs.

    Despite dismal playoff loss to Chiefs, Colts face bright future | FOX59
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - This one's going to hurt for awhile, certainly for a few weeks. Think of a punch to the gut.

  • January 14 at 12:03am

    Indianapolis Star: Chiefs drive for another TD, lead Colts 24-7

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    The Indianapolis Colts and the Kansas City Chiefs will battle each other and the elements at Arrowhead Stadium in an AFC divisional round playoff game (4:35 p.m., NBC). We will have highlights and analysis as it happens throughout the game. Make us your second-screen experience. Please remember to refresh.

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    Second quarter

    First down Colts. It's their first. Andrew Luck hits Eric Ebron for 21 yards.

  • January 13 at 11:18pm

    Indianapolis Star: Colts miss last-second field goal, trail Chiefs 24-7 at halftime

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    The Indianapolis Colts and the Kansas City Chiefs will battle each other and the elements at Arrowhead Stadium in an AFC divisional round playoff game (4:35 p.m., NBC). We will have highlights and analysis as it happens throughout the game. Make us your second-screen experience. Please remember to refresh.

    Don't miss any of the Colts' playoff run. Subscribe to IndyStar for just 99 cents per month for the first 3 months!

    Halftime

    The Colts had two positive plays for the first 1 1/2 quarters: a Jabaal Sheard sack and a blocked punt that resulted in Zach Pascal's touchdown.

  • January 13 at 8:40pm

    Indianapolis Star: Colts stop Chiefs but hurt themselves with penalty

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    The Indianapolis Colts and the Kansas City Chiefs will battle each other and the elements at Arrowhead Stadium in an AFC divisional round playoff game (4:35 p.m., NBC). We will have highlights and analysis as it happens throughout the game. Make us your second-screen experience. Please remember to refresh.

    Don't miss any of the Colts' playoff run. Subscribe to IndyStar for just 99 cents per month for the first 3 months!

    Third quarter

    Colts start from their 23 with 8:40 left.

    Colts sack Patrick Mahomes on 4th-and-5.

  • January 13 at 6:54pm

    Indianapolis Star: Colts trail Chiefs 24-7 in third quarter of AFC playoff game

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    The Indianapolis Colts and the Kansas City Chiefs will battle each other and the elements at Arrowhead Stadium in an AFC divisional round playoff game (NBC). We will have highlights and analysis as it happens throughout the game. Make us your second-screen experience. Please remember to refresh.

    Don't miss any of the Colts' playoff run. Subscribe to IndyStar for just 99 cents per month for the first 3 months!

    Third quarter

    Colts force a punt, get the ball at their 30 with 3:45 to go. Still down 3 scores.

  • January 13 at 4:55pm

    Indianapolis Star: Foundation in place, Colts' Frank Reich looks ahead at 2019

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    The Indianapolis Colts reflect back at their season, which started 1-5 and ended in the divisional round of the AFC playoffs. Clark Wade, Clark.Wade@Indystar.com

    A day after the disaster, Frank Reich looked ahead. If the man wasn't going to change when his team was 1-5, don't think he's going to start now.

    "1-0 has already started for next year," the Colts coach said, leaning one last time on the popular refrain that came to define his sterling first season in Indianapolis, one that ended Saturday in snowy Kansas City with a 31-13 divisional playoff loss to the top-seeded Chiefs.

  • January 13 at 1:47pm

    Fansided: Colts vs. Chiefs: Offensive post-game grades

    The Colts didn't get a first down until there was under two minutes left in the first half. That should tell you all you need to know about the offensive performance they had last night. Here is how each unit grades out in the last game of the season.

    Andrew Luck picked a bad time to have a bad game. He only threw for 203 yards and one touchdown in the entire game. He led the offense to four straight three-and-outs to start the game. While he didn't have a clean pocket most of the night, he still didn't make the plays he needed to.

  • January 13 at 12:25pm

    ESPN.com: Colts' Adam Vinatieri clanks 23-yard field goal try off uprights in Kansas City

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    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Veteran kicker Adam Vinatieri wrapped up what was an abysmal first half by the Indianapolis Colts when he missed the shortest field goal of his career in Saturday's AFC divisional-round game.

    The Colts, who didn't pick up their first first down until their final series of the opening half, got down to Kansas City's 5-yard line. Then Vinatieri's 23-yard attempt -- with snow on the field -- hit the left upright, keeping Indianapolis' deficit at 24-7 entering the break.

    The 46-year-old Vinatieri, who became the NFL's all-time leading scorer this season, had been 194-of-200 in his career on field goals between 20 and 29 yards.

  • January 13 at 9:49am

    ESPN.com: Andrew Luck, Colts see inspiring season end with thud vs. Chiefs

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    The Indianapolis Colts ended the season Saturday a with a 31-13 playoff loss against the Houston Texans. They finished the regular season 10-6. Here's a recap of the season and what's next:

    Season grade: Above average. It's no longer strictly all about quarterback Andrew Luck for the Colts. The day he was hired, general manager Chris Ballard said he would not put together a team that relied on just one player. Ballard has lived up to that promise as for the first time in Luck's seven NFL seasons it wasn't just about him.

  • January 13 at 7:23am

    Fansided: Colts give embarrassing effort in Kansas City

    The Colts looked outmatched the entire night. They didn't get a first down until there was less than two minutes left in the half. The defense couldn't stop anyone either.

    This Colts team didn't look anything like the team that had taken the league by storm. That team won 10 of 11 and looked unstoppable on both sides of the ball. That team was nowhere to be found tonight.

    Patrick Mahomes carved up the Indy defense all night. The Chiefs were also able to run the hall surprisingly well that set up the play-action pass that was wide open in the middle of the field.