Frank Reich finds himself with his seventh starting QB in only his fifth season as Indianapolis’ coach. Benching a former MVP is tough, but convincing your team that it is the right move, might be tougher.
Can Frank Reich and the Indianapolis Colts recover from their 0-1-1 start? Charles Davis believes Reich can turn it around sooner rather than later.
In what has been a wild 24 hours for the NFL, Carson Wentz has been dealt to a new team yet again, this time being the Washington Commanders. The trade details are as follows: Colts Receive: 2022 third-round pick, 2023 third-round pick that can become a second if Wentz plays 70 percent of the snaps, […]
After being on top of the 33rd Team’s Discipline Index since Week 2, the Los Angeles Rams are no longer the leaders of the Discipline Index. Instead, there is a new sheriff in town in the form of the Indianapolis Colts who are finally starting to look like the team at the end of the […]
During the offseason, we spend so much time talking about things that rarely end up impacting the regular season and almost never end up influencing the postseason. For example, the Tim Tebow signing – a player who probably will not last in Jacksonville through training camp. Before that, it was speculating which big-name quarterbacks could […]
The latest player is off the NFL’s QB carousel, as the Philadelphia Eagles traded Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for a 2021 third-round pick and a 2022 second-round pick that could become a first-rounder if Wentz meets very reachable conditions. From both a personnel perspective and a salary cap perspective, it’s as […]
Whenever there’s a coaching change or front-office change in the NFL, we often hear the term, “team culture” come up. Culture has become a buzzword in the football community, though there is no clear blueprint on how to build it. Some teams search for years to find the right combination of GM, coach and players […]