Colts Kicker, Adam Vinatieri, tied Morten Andersen for the NFL All-Time lead for most the most made field goals with 565 made field goals.
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What were the main takeaways from Sunday’s Indianapolis Colts 2018 Week 3 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles? Here are Five Things Learned.
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Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinateri just makes a 35-yard field goal.
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The Colts weren't able to come away with a win in Philly, falling 20-16. But their defense kept the Colts in the game until the end. Defensively, the Colts...
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Le’Veon Bell Jason La Canfora reports that some teams have been calling the Steelers a potential trade for franchise RB Le’Veon Bell and are monitoring the situation. La Canfora says he isn’t sure the Steelers will be able to get “anything close to what..
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Indianapolis Colts Frank Reich talks touch loss to Eagles, must improve redzone offense.
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Colts head coach Frank Reich said after Sunday’s 20-16 loss to the Eagles that he tabbed Jacoby Brissett to throw a Hail Mary at the end of the game because he had the arm to get the ball to …
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Colts Head Coach Frank Reich addresses the media after the Eagle defeat the Colts in week three 20-16.
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Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri has matched Morten Andersen for most field goals in NFL history with 565
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Adam Vinatieri started his career as a young kicker in awe of the stats of a Hall of Famer such as Morten Andersen. ''I remember playing against him early in the league going, so many points, no one's even going to come close,'' Vinatieri said. Vinatieri.
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Studs and Duds from the Colts’ loss to the Eagles in Week 3.
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The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Indianapolis Colts, 20-16, continuing the third full week of action in the NFL.
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Quarterback Andrew Luck was replaced for the Indianapolis Colts' last play, a Hail Mary, but coach Frank Reich said the move had "nothing to do" with Luck's shoulder and "everything to do with getting the ball into the end zone."
I’ll get into some of this tomorrow, but there are a lot of factors, including the Eagles’ insane pass rush and the…Beat Writer / Columnist
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