Indianapolis marched into NRG Stadium and took care of the Houston Texans early and often, starting with a 10-play, 75-yard drive capped by an Anthony Richardson 18-yard scamper and ending with a 31-20 victory.
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Richardson exceeds expectations in debut while ghost of Taylor past haunts the Colts in 31-21 loss to Jaguars
It took Michael Vick nine games into his career to become the youngest quarterback in NFL history with a passing and rushing touchdown in the same game at the age of 22.
The Indianapolis Colts have not had the same opening day starter at the quarterback position in back-to-back years since Andrew Luck in 2015-2016. The team has had nine starting quarterbacks since that span began and hasn't won a playoff game since 2018.
One touchdown forward, four turnovers back: How the Colts turned a 21-19 game into a 54-19 blowout loss
With 3:43 left to play in the third quarter, second round rookie Alec Pierce used all of his 6-foot-3, 212-pound frame to score his second career touchdown with Cowboys cornerback Kelvin Joseph draped over him. The score placed the 4-7-1 Indianapolis Colts down 21-19 to the 8-3 Dallas Cowboys who have protected AT&T Stadium so far this season with a 5-1 home record.
It was in contention for the wildest week the Colts franchise had ever seen.
A star at Texas is now being thrown into the wolves. Can Sam Ehlinger come out the leader of the pack?
Not even two months ago — Aug. 30 to be exact — few Colts fans would have gone about that Tuesday any differently than they would any Tuesday, but for fans deeply invested in the team it was a big day. The anticipation of 53-man roster cut day was something few people would feel, but the impact always seemed to be influential. For the Colts that day few questions remained unanswered, as the roster was mostly compiled.
Thomas and Jaren are back together this week to sulk in the Colts pathetic 19-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans. Thomas and Jaren discuss the future of the team from the front office down and try to come up with a solution.
Join Thomas and Jaren as they go in depth to discuss potentially the biggest game of the year as the Colts travel to Nissan Stadium in Nashville to take on the Tennessee Titans for sole possession of first place in the AFC South. The guys also discuss all the news surrounding the NFL through week 6.
‘Team wins come in all shapes and sizes’: How the Colts turned a 24-0 week 2 loss into a 34-27 week 6 victory
It had been a long and painful 336 days since the Indianapolis Colts had last defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars. The two games separating Sunday and Nov. 14, 2021 had been some of the most embarrassing in the franchise's history. Matt Ryan had decided Sunday that it was time for the trend to halt.
Join Thomas and Jaren on this victory Monday to discuss the second of two meetings between the Colts and the Jacksonville Jaguars. The guys discuss the eventual 34-27 victory, the stages it took to get there, and the effects that this game will have on the AFC south race.
Thomas and Jaren sit down to the analysis the upcoming week 6 matchup between the Colts and the Jaguars at Lucas Oil Stadium. The guys also discuss a few segments throughout week 6 in the NFL, and explore potential Chase Mclaughlin nicknames.
Thomas and Jaren sit down to discuss the brutal Colts victory over the Denver Broncos on Thursday Night Football. The boys go in depth to discuss the struggling offensive line play, key injuries, and the stellar performance of the defense.
Thomas and Jaren present a special Wednesday edition of the RTDB Podcast to preview the Colts TNF game this week against the Denver Broncos. The boys also recap an exciting week 4 of the NFL season.
Thomas and Jaren join up in the studio to discuss the Colts 24-17 loss to the Tennessee Titans Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Thomas and Jaren sit down to discuss the Colts week 4 matchup against the 1-2 Tennessee Titans at Lucas Oil Stadium. The boys also discuss topics around the NFL in week 3.
Thomas and Jaren sit down to discuss the Colts week 3 20-17 over the Kansas City Chiefs. The boys discuss the improvement within the D-line and WR room and try to figure out once again how to solve the offensive line issues.
Thomas and Jaren join again to gain some closure on the Colts week 2 shutout loss and preview the ways to win come Sunday for the first home game at Lucas Oil Stadium of the season when Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs come to town. The guys also sit down and talk to former NFL Head Coach Cam Cameron about his early coaching and playing days as well as some of his favorite moments from his career and the ways he's impacting the game now.
Thomas and Jaren sit down again to give us their immediate reaction to the Colts' 24-0 disastrous shutout loss to the 1-1 Jacksonville Jaguars.
Forty-two yards. Forty-two. After everything that had gone wrong in week one, the Colts had a chance. Matt Ryan’s interception and fumble, Ryan Kelly’s snapping miscues, 89 yards in penalties, and a 20-3 deficit and somehow, someway the Colts had a chance. All Rodrigo Blankenship had to do was make a kick, one that he had converted 15 of 18 times in the 40-to-49-yard range in his career according to Pro Football Reference.