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January 15, 2007
A sampling of opinion from around the country on the Ravens-Indianapolis Colts game: Dave Anderson, The New York Times: The Colts didn't dare return the way they left nearly 23 years ago: in a dozen yellow Mayflower moving vans. Instead, the Indianapolis expatriates arrived for Saturday's divisional playoff in the Super Bowl tournament in their usual caravan of buses, which exposed them to an ugly welcome from Ravens loyalists as well as to Thomas Wolfe's observation that you can't go home again.
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By SPORTS NETWORK | October 11, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS — Mike Hart rushed for the only touchdown of the game late in the fourth quarter as the Colts kept the Chiefs out of the end zone to knock off the last remaining unbeaten team 19-9. Peyton Manning had a pedestrian day, completing 26 of 44 passes for 244 yards with an interception for the Colts (3-2), who rebounded from a last-second loss at Jacksonville in Week 4. Hart and Joseph Addai each rushed for 50 yards, Reggie Wayne led the receiving corps with 75 yards on six grabs, and Indy's defense held Kansas City to 261 total yards.
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January 8, 2007
RAVENS ............................................................. COLTS RECORD, PLAYOFF SEED 13-3, No. 2 ........................................ ......................13-4, NO. 3 RECENT RUN Won nine of past 10 games ...................... Won three of past four games OFFENSIVE RANKINGS 17th overall (25th run, 11th pass) .............3rd overall (18th run, 2nd pass DEFENSIVE RANKINGS 1st overall (2nd run, 6th pass) .................. 21ST OVERALL (32ND RUN, 2ND PASS RAVENS STRENGTHS Balanced passing attack: Three receivers with 67 or more catches.
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By From Sun news services | January 8, 2010
Indianapolis Colts coach Jim Caldwell plans to use former Raven Matt Stover during the playoffs instead of four-time Super Bowl winner Adam Vinatieri , regarded as the best clutch kicker in NFL history. Caldwell explained his decision Thursday, saying Vinatieri had not fully recovered from midseason surgery on his kicking knee, and that Stover had done a "great job" since joining the team in October. "I think the concern was health issues or whatever," Vinatieri said.
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By SPORTS NETWORK | October 11, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS — Mike Hart rushed for the only touchdown of the game late in the fourth quarter as the Colts kept the Chiefs out of the end zone to knock off the last remaining unbeaten team 19-9. Peyton Manning had a pedestrian day, completing 26 of 44 passes for 244 yards with an interception for the Colts (3-2), who rebounded from a last-second loss at Jacksonville in Week 4. Hart and Joseph Addai each rushed for 50 yards, Reggie Wayne led the receiving corps with 75 yards on six grabs, and Indy's defense held Kansas City to 261 total yards.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | October 15, 2009
If he was unable to kick for the Ravens any longer, Matt Stover wanted the chance to kick for a Super Bowl contender. He got his wish Wednesday when his resume and the Indianapolis Colts' need matched up nicely. "That's why I've been so patient," Stover said after his introductory news conference in Indianapolis. "I made all these decisions in the offseason to give myself options. It wasn't about money; it was about the opportunity to go to the Super Bowl." The former Ravens kicker signed a guaranteed one-year contract with the Colts after acing a Tuesday workout in which he hit a pair of 53-yard field-goal attempts.
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By From Sun news services | January 8, 2010
Indianapolis Colts coach Jim Caldwell plans to use former Raven Matt Stover during the playoffs instead of four-time Super Bowl winner Adam Vinatieri , regarded as the best clutch kicker in NFL history. Caldwell explained his decision Thursday, saying Vinatieri had not fully recovered from midseason surgery on his kicking knee, and that Stover had done a "great job" since joining the team in October. "I think the concern was health issues or whatever," Vinatieri said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | February 2, 2004
HOUSTON - Adam Vinatieri turned what had been a nightmare of a game into another dream-like finish. After missing his first two field-goal tries of the game yesterday, Vinatieri converted his second game-winning field goal in the Super Bowl in three years, drilling a 41-yard attempt with four seconds remaining to defeat the Carolina Panthers, 32-29. It was two Super Bowls ago when Vinatieri nailed a 48-yard field goal on the last play of the game to lift the Patriots to an upset victory over the Rams.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun reporter | January 7, 2007
INDIANAPOLIS -- This was supposed to be an off-the-charts shootout between teams with contrasting styles of offensive wizardry led by two players, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning and Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson, who are among the best at their positions in the NFL. When Manning threw three interceptions for the first time in four seasons, and Johnson was held to a season-low 32 yards, it was left to others to assume starring...
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January 2, 2006
"Flutie might have been there the last time it happened." Adam Vinatieri, Patriots kicker, on 43-year-old Doug Flutie, who converted the NFL's first successful drop kick since 1941 for an extra point in the fourth quarter against Miami
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | October 15, 2009
If he was unable to kick for the Ravens any longer, Matt Stover wanted the chance to kick for a Super Bowl contender. He got his wish Wednesday when his resume and the Indianapolis Colts' need matched up nicely. "That's why I've been so patient," Stover said after his introductory news conference in Indianapolis. "I made all these decisions in the offseason to give myself options. It wasn't about money; it was about the opportunity to go to the Super Bowl." The former Ravens kicker signed a guaranteed one-year contract with the Colts after acing a Tuesday workout in which he hit a pair of 53-yard field-goal attempts.
SPORTS
January 15, 2007
A sampling of opinion from around the country on the Ravens-Indianapolis Colts game: Dave Anderson, The New York Times: The Colts didn't dare return the way they left nearly 23 years ago: in a dozen yellow Mayflower moving vans. Instead, the Indianapolis expatriates arrived for Saturday's divisional playoff in the Super Bowl tournament in their usual caravan of buses, which exposed them to an ugly welcome from Ravens loyalists as well as to Thomas Wolfe's observation that you can't go home again.
SPORTS
January 8, 2007
RAVENS ............................................................. COLTS RECORD, PLAYOFF SEED 13-3, No. 2 ........................................ ......................13-4, NO. 3 RECENT RUN Won nine of past 10 games ...................... Won three of past four games OFFENSIVE RANKINGS 17th overall (25th run, 11th pass) .............3rd overall (18th run, 2nd pass DEFENSIVE RANKINGS 1st overall (2nd run, 6th pass) .................. 21ST OVERALL (32ND RUN, 2ND PASS RAVENS STRENGTHS Balanced passing attack: Three receivers with 67 or more catches.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun reporter | January 7, 2007
INDIANAPOLIS -- This was supposed to be an off-the-charts shootout between teams with contrasting styles of offensive wizardry led by two players, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning and Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson, who are among the best at their positions in the NFL. When Manning threw three interceptions for the first time in four seasons, and Johnson was held to a season-low 32 yards, it was left to others to assume starring...
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By Jamison Hensley and Brent Jones and Jamison Hensley and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | February 2, 2004
HOUSTON - Adam Vinatieri turned what had been a nightmare of a game into another dreamlike finish. After missing his first two field-goal tries of the game last night, the New England Patriots' kicker converted his second game-winning field goal in the Super Bowl in three years, drilling a 41-yard attempt with four seconds remaining to defeat the Carolina Panthers, 32-29. "He's a pressure kicker," coach Bill Belichick said. "If you have a kick with everything on the line, he's the guy I want kicking it."
SPORTS
December 11, 2011
Ravens 24, Colts 10 Fourth quarter: 0:00 Indianapolis Touchdown - 13-yard pass from Dan Orlovsky to Jacob Tamme. (Adam Vinatieri extra point is good). Ravens 24, Colts 3 Third quarter: 3:41 Baltimore Touchdown - 7-yard pass from Joe Flacco to Dennis Pitta. (Billy Cundiff extra point is good). Ravens 17, Colts 3 Second quarter: 3:06 Indianapolis Field Goal - 22-yarder by Adam Vinatieri. Ravens 17, Colts 0 Second quarter: 10:07 Baltimore Touchdown - 6-yard run by Ray Rice.
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