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Indianapolis Colts

Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium | Coach: Chuck Pagano
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense1st100.0 (22nd)436.0 (1st)
Defense30th150.0 (27th)363.0 (31st)

Schedule

Sun Sep 8
W 21 - 17OAK
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Sun Sep 15
L 24 - 20MIA
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Sun Sep 22
W 27 - 7at SF
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Sun Sep 29
W 37 - 3at JAC
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Sun Oct 6
W 34 - 28SEA
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Mon Oct 14
L 19 - 9at SD
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Sun Oct 20
W 39 - 33DEN
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Sun Nov 3
W 27 - 24at HOU
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Sun Nov 10
L 38 - 8STL
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Thu Nov 14
W 30 - 27at TEN
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Sun Nov 24
L 40 - 11at ARI
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Sun Dec 1
W 22 - 14TEN
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Sun Dec 8
L 42 - 28at CIN
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Sun Dec 15
W 25 - 3HOU
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Sun Dec 22
W 23 - 7at KC
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Sun Dec 29
W 30 - 10JAC
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Sat Jan 4
W 45 - 44KC
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Sat Jan 11
L 43 - 22at NE
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Standings

AFC
South
CONF
W-L-T
Overall
W-L-T
Indianapolis9-3-011-5-0
Tennessee6-6-07-9-0
Jacksonville4-8-04-12-0
Houston2-10-02-14-0
AFC
North
CONF
W-L-T
Overall
W-L-T
Cincinnati8-4-011-5-0
Pittsburgh6-6-08-8-0
Baltimore6-6-08-8-0
Cleveland3-9-04-12-0
AFC
West
CONF
W-L-T
Overall
W-L-T
Denver9-3-013-3-0
Kansas City7-5-011-5-0
San Diego6-6-09-7-0
Oakland4-8-04-12-0
AFC
East
CONF
W-L-T
Overall
W-L-T
New England9-3-012-4-0
New York5-7-08-8-0
Miami7-5-08-8-0
Buffalo5-7-06-10-0
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'Humbled' Richardson explains 2013, promises a better 2014
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Colts running back Trent Richardson spoke openly about his disappointing 2013 season, saying that it took him too long to learn a new playbook and get over leaving Cleveland after Week 2. Richardson also told the official team website that he's planning to do everything within his power to be as prepared as possible for 2014. 

"Y'all will see a big significant difference in the way I play, the speed. I won't have to think about a lot of stuff," Richardson said earlier this offseason. "It's going to be big -- timing with the offensive line, timing with Andrew (Luck), just knowing a lot more with the program, the whole system.

"They haven't seen everything they're going to get out of me yet. A lot of it is going to come next year. A lot of it is going to come in the offseason. I'm going to put in a lot of work, as I've been doing this whole season. This season humbled me. ... This season was a lesson to me."

Colts coach Chuck Pagano has had Richardson's back, says the running back, and the coach stressed back in March that his running back's involvement in the offseason program will be key. 

"It's going to be very, very important for (Richardson) to be here for the offseason program and to dive into this thing full steam ahead, which he will," Pagano said. "He wants to be great. He's got all the talent. He's got all the ability. We would have never done what we did if we didn't believe that deep down in our core. So we look for him to have a great offseason and to have a great 2014 campaign."

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Joe Reitz stays with the Colts
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Offensive lineman Joe Reitz signed his restricted free agent tender offer on Thursday, giving him another year with the Colts. He started three games last season. 

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Pat Angerer not close to returning
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Linebacker Pat Angerer says he's still months away from being about to work out as a NFL free agent. FOX Sports reports Angerer is still recovering from microfracture knee surgery

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Reggie Wayne 'way ahead of schedule'
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne continues to make progress in his recovery from a torn ACL, and he told a local radio station he expects to receive clearance soon.

"I should be cleared for football activity on the 25th," Wayne told WNDE.com Tuesday. "I'm way ahead of schedule. I feel great."

Wayne underwent surgery in October and could be cleared after six months. He expects to be ready for the start of training camp, after finishing the 2013 season with 503 yards on 38 receptions in seven games. 

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Colts planning to use both tight ends a lot
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

With Dwayne Allen fully recovered from his hip injury, the Colts plan to put him and fellow tight end Coby Fleener on the field a lot, often at the same time, reports ESPN.com. 

“We love using tight ends like everybody else,” coach Chuck Pagano told the website. “But (Fleener) took a big step in Year 2 and played really good football for us and will continue to do that. Getting Dwayne back, we're going to have great options there. You get that inline blocker in Dwayne but don't forget that Dwayne is a heck of a pass receiver, too. So we can create a bunch of mismatches with those guys and get them out in space and get the matchups that you want. It's going to be a great situation.”

Pagano said having Allen and Fleener allows for multiple formations and "gives us a lot of flexibility there.”

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