January 14, 2010
Kevin Cowherd Ravens 24, Colts 21 Ravens are on a roll; Colts are rusty. I'll take the team with momentum every time. Jamison Hensley Colts 27, Ravens 13 The Ravens should be applauded for their dominating performance in New England. But Peyton Manning isn't banged up like Tom Brady. Edward Lee Colts 20, Ravens 17 Maybe the Ravens overachieved getting to this stage, but I see a tight game. Former Raven Matt Stover hammers final nail in the coffin.
December 8, 2011
Kevin Cowherd Ravens 27, Colts 6 Are the Colts still playing? Or flipping Colts to decide: Peyton Manning or Andrew Luck in 2012? Edward Lee Ravens 29, Colts 14 The Colts put up a good fight against the Patriots last Sunday, but the Ravens defense won't be as accommodating in garbage time. Mike Preston Ravens 27, Colts 10 Ravens history will no repeat itself. The Ravens may have lost to winless Miami a few years ago, but the will handle the Colts easily..
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.
January 19, 2012
Time to clean slate Joseph Schwerdt Sun Sentinel Until Jim Caldwell gets another chance to coach, there will be questions about whether he won only because he inherited Tony Dungy's team or because he had Peyton Manning to run the offense. With Dungy gone three years and Manning injured, Caldwell couldn't keep the Colts (2-14) upright. The same questions were asked in the 1990s about George Seifert with the 49ers and Barry Switzer with the Cowboys. Questions aside, the Colts appear to be cleaning the slate as they did in 1997, and Caldwell had to go. Vice Chairman Bill Polian and general manager Chris Polian were the first to get fired.
September 13, 2010
HOUSTON — Arian Foster set a franchise record with 231 rushing yards on 33 attempts as the Texans notched a rare victory over the defending AFC champion Colts, a 34-24 triumph at Reliant Stadium. Foster scored three touchdowns and broke the single-game record for rushing yards against the Colts. The second-year Tennessee product appeared in just six games last year and nearly doubled his career rushing total after gaining 254 yards in 2009. Matt Schaub threw for 107 yards and a touchdown with one interception on 9-of-17 passing for the Texans (1-0)
December 19, 2013
He used to do work that rattled one's teeth. Now, Sam Havrilak's job is to care for them. A dentist in Parkville, Havrilak tends patients' chompers with the same hands that once passed, caught and cradled the football for the Colts. Every day finds him tackling a host of problems, from fillings to crowns to extractions to root canals. "I do a bit of everything," he said. His football career was much the same. In five years here, Havrilak played six different positions for the Colts and helped them win a world championship in 1970.