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Colts beat Washington 21-9

Frank Reich got his first victory as a head coach. The Colts defense, not the offense, did the heavy lifting for the team Sunday. They held Washington out of the end zone as Dustin Hopkins kicked field goals of 49, 27 and 49 yards. He also missed a 49-yarder. The Colts had three sacks of [more]

Colts lead Washington 14-3 at intermission

Not much has gone right for Washington. It let Andrew Luck march right down the first on the Colts’ first drive and ended the half with a 49-yard missed field goal from Dustin Hopkins, who earlier made a 49-yard field goal for Washington’s only points. The Colts lead 14-3. Indianapolis got a 7-yard touchdown pass [more]

Colts dominating Washington so far, holding 14-3 lead

The Colts have outgained Washington 162 yards to 56 yards so far, dominating the first quarter and a half. More importantly, they lead 14-3 on the scoreboard. Tight end Eric Ebron caught a 7-yard touchdown pass from Andrew Luck to complete and 11-play, 75-yard drive. That gave the Colts a 7-0 lead with 9:25 remaining [more]

Brandon Scherff questionable to return with knee injury

Washington Pro Bowl right guard Brandon Scherff got his leg caught with teammate Chase Roullier as the two went out to block on a screen pass to Adrian Peterson. Scherff stayed down, getting checked by the team’s medical staff before walking off slowly under his own power. Washington lists him as questionable to return with [more]

Week Two early inactives

Every week we bring you all the inactives from the early games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information. Check back to see the full list as it becomes available 90 minutes ahead of the 1 p.m. ET kickoffs. Dolphins at Jets Dolphins: QB Luke Falk, QB David Fales, WR DeVante Parker, CB Cordrea [more]

Washington tackles launch “Business Fridays”

The concept of casual Friday has been a staple of American workplaces for years. In Washington, a trio of offensive linemen have turned the topic on its head. Tackles Trent Williams, Morgan Moses, and Ty Nsekhe wore a dress shirt and tie under their practice jerseys before Sunday’s home opener against Indianapolis. It happened spontaneously, [more]

Week Two injury report roundup

Week Two of the 2018 NFL season kicked off on Thursday with a win by the Bengals and it continues with 14 more games on Sunday, which means that the 28 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday. Questionable players are uncertain to play, doubtful players are unlikely [more]

Andrew Luck will play behind his 37th different OL combination

The Colts have worked on fixing their offensive line problems, well, forever it seems. But for one reason or another, they can’t seem to get any continuity up front. With left tackle Anthony Castonzo ruled out for a second consecutive week with a hamstring injury, and right tackle J'Marcus Webb placed on injured reserve this [more]

Anthony Castonzo out after “minor setback”

Colts quarterback Andrew Luck will be without his left tackle again this week. Via Stephen Holder of The Athletic, the Colts have already ruled left tackle Anthony Castonzo out for this week’s game against Washington. Colts coach Frank Reich said Castonzo had a “minor setback” in his recovery from a hamstring problem, but that it [more]

Thursday’s #PFTPM has a visit with Chris Canty

Another day, another #PFTPM podcast. Today’s edition has a visit with our old friend Chris Canty, an alumnus of the PFT afternoon show, and now the co-host of Humpty & Canty on ESPN 98.7 in New York. We spent a lot of time talking Cowboys and Giants, which led to a chat about the challenges [more]

Anthony Castonzo back to non-participant status at Colts practice

Colts left tackle Anthony Castonzo appeared to be trending in the right direction in his recovery from a hamstring injury, but that trajectory took a different turn on Thursday. Castonzo was a limited participant in practice all of last week and again on Wednesday, but the Colts listed him as a non-participant in Thursday’s session. [more]

Adrian Peterson: Emmitt Smith’s record is “very realistic”

Adrian Peterson leapfrogged a pair of Hall of Famers on Sunday. Now sitting at No. 10 on the all-time rushing list, Peterson continues to aspire to jump past nine more. Yes, Peterson truly wants to surpass Emmitt Smith as the king of all NFL rusher. “I feel like it’s realistic you know very realistic,” Peterson [more]

Washington places Trey Quinn on IR, promotes Jehu Chesson from practice squad

Wide receiver Trey Quinn went from being the final pick in the 2018 NFL Draft to making the Washington roster out of camp, but it will be some time before this year’s Mr. Irrelevant will play in another game. Quinn returned two punts for 12 yards in last Sunday’s 24-6 win over Arizona, but suffered [more]

“Thousands” of tickets available for Washington home opener

The possibly fictional sellout streak for Washington may come to a very real end on Sunday. Via Liz Clarke of the Washington Post, “thousands” of tickets remain available for the home opener at FedEx Field. Specifically, more than 3,650 seats were unsold as of Tuesday morning. Failure to sell these tickets would end a sellout [more]

Anthony Castonzo practices, ready to play

Colts left tackle Anthony Castonzo was a full participant in Wednesday’s practice and expects to play Sunday against Washington. “I’m excited to have a full week of practice and get out there and play,” Castonzo said Wednesday, via Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan. The Colts played their season opener without Castonzo, who was limited [more]

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