Osweiler may have, but the Texans have NOT. Even as good as their D has been they have not even come close to solving the Pats. We won't have to wait long as we will find out Sept 22. Only question is will Brady play?
I can see why so many are keeping low expectations for the Colts as there are a lot of question marks. BUT what I find odd is they are using the same logic to predict that the other teams in the division will prosper. We all have QB's with question marks and pretty much all of the teams are relying on rookies and unproven players to perform for the teams to have success. On paper, the other teams have improved, but have they actually proven it on the field yet? I would go with the team who lost the division (narrowly) by 1 game and has actually had success over the other teams who are trying to get there. Let's face it, as poorly as he played last season, IF Luck stays upright this Colts team was going to be the division champ again. IMHO a healthy Luck = Colts are STILL the team to beat. Their main nemesis, the Texans, are playing that #1 schedule this year too BTW. Some consolation for getting blown out at home in the playoffs.
Hello my Name is Robin. And i'm from Denmark. even though i've been member on this forum for a long time, and the old one as well. I would like to Introduce myself. I became a Colts fan in 2007, when I watched my first NFL game. My brother introduced me to NFL, the superbowl between Colts & Bears, And as we all know the Bears scored first, so I had to rude for the "underdogs".. and from that day on I was hooked. I've watched every game since, even the primetime games, that starts 2:30 in Denmark, it's a long day working with no sleep but damn its worth it. Can't wait for my next big Colts adventure, when I get to see them playing in London
I have been a fan since 1984 when I became an early teen and really started to understand the game. Colts moved to Indianapolis in 1984 and eventhough we stunk for a while, things obviously got better. We traded for Dickerson in 1987 and won the Division, then we had Harbaugh's magical season in 1995, the Peyton ERA where winning 12 games was a piece of cake + winning a SB in 2006, now the Andrew ERA where we have already had 3 11 win seasons and a deep Playoff run.