Indianapolis colts

On Further Review
Goodell’s Irsay Problem
Goodell’s Irsay Problem
Colts owner Jim Irsay faces four felony counts of possessing a controlled substance and a DWI charge. He’s subject to the same personal conduct policy as NFL players, but will the commissioner be the same disciplinarian when punishing one of his bosses?
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Why Your Playoff Team Didn’t Reach XLVIII: AFC
Why Your Playoff Team Didn’t Reach XLVIII: AFC
Sagging run defense. Woeful QB protection. Unexpected injuries. For the Colts, Chiefs, Bengals, Chargers and Patriots, the reasons they didn't survive and advance ran the gamut and gave them plenty to think about in the offseason
By Andy Benoit
Window Into the Weekend
Projecting the AFC and NFC Championship Games
Projecting the AFC and NFC Title Games
A rundown of the divisional round, and my picks for who will play next weekend
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Weekend Slate: Analyzing Divisional Matchups
Weekend Slate: Analyzing Divisional Matchups
Breaking down play-calling tendencies, key position battles and vital schemes for Saints-Seahawks, Colts-Patriots, 49ers-Panthers and Chargers-Broncos
By Andy Benoit
Deep Dive
Weekend Slate: Analyzing Wild-Card Matchups
Weekend Slate: Analyzing Wild-Card Matchups
Breaking down play-calling tendencies, key matchups and vital schemes for the Chiefs-Colts, Saints-Eagles, Chargers-Bengals and 49ers-Packers
By Andy Benoit
Open Field
Robert Mathis: On His Own, With Plenty Behind Him
Robert Mathis: On His Own, With Plenty Behind Him
In his first year unpaired from Dwight Freeney, the 11-year veteran burst into his own to lead the league in sacks and lead the Colts back to the postseason
By Jim Trotter
Game Plan
Wild-Card Winners
Wild-Card Winners
Picking the four teams that will prevail on this first weekend of playoff football, and how they will get it done. Plus 10 more things to watch, including the Chris Kluwe fallout and how the coaching carousel and draft are shaping up
By Peter King
Open Field
‘They Can’t Stop You’
‘They Can’t Stop You’
Daniel Adongo wasn't supposed to see the field until 2014, but the former rugby star had other plans. Four months after he learned how to strap on the pads, the Kenyan made his Colts debut thanks to a tireless work ethic and the suppression of old instincts. He left the gridiron with one big epiphany
By Robert Klemko
Business of Football
Revealing The Fiction of Self-Sacrifice in Sports
Revealing The Fiction of Self-Sacrifice in Sports
Superstars often are lauded by fans when they give 'hometown discounts' during contract negotiations. But a closer look at the deals reveals the public perception doesn't always match the facts behind the numbers. Case in point: Tom Brady
By Andrew Brandt
Inner Game
Week 9: Decisive Moments
Week 9: Decisive Moments
The crucial plays that turned Dallas, Tennessee, Washington and Indianapolis into winners on Sunday ... and left Minnesota, St. Louis, San Diego and Houston shaking their heads in defeat
By Greg A. Bedard