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.
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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.
Thomas and Jaren sit down again to give us their immediate reaction to the Colts' 20-20 tie against the Houston Texans.
The RTDB Podcast presented by the Hoosier Network is here and ready to roll. Thomas and Jaren discuss the offseason acquisitions as well as the preseason. The boys then look ahead to the Colts' week 1 game vs. the Texans and overall predictions for the NFL this season!
Twenty-three for 32, 223 yards, and two touchdowns. No interceptions. The only game of Trevor Lawrence’s rookie season with more touchdowns than turnovers.
“It makes me throw up how much he reminds me of Peyton…he’s the epitome of a leader. In meetings he’s vocal, he’s trying to get connections with the receivers, trying to get extra as much as possible.”