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  • Wed., Apr. 30, 2014 7:00PM - 8:30PM EDT Colts In Motion - Lakeview Ironman Tailgate Party

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  • Sat., May. 03, 2014 2:00PM - 4:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Orchard in Bloom

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  • Sun., May. 04, 2014 1:00PM - 3:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Indiana Deaf School PTCO Day

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  • Fri., May. 09, 2014 6:00PM - 9:00PM EDT Official Draft Party On Friday, May 9, fans can attend the team’s Official Drafty Day Party, sponsored in part by Bud Light and 1070 The Fan, to catch coverage of the draft at Colts Grille from 6-9 p.m.
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COLTS FAN CASEY: WEEK 17 FANTASY FOOTBALL BLOG

Posted by ColtsCaseyB on December 28, 2012 – 2:01 pm

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What’s up Colts Nation!? This is it! This is my final fantasy football blog of the 2012 season. While it’s bittersweet for both you and I, you can still relive all of my blogs by clicking here.

One point to make quickly, if you’re still playing in your fantasy league right now, a meaningful game this is, then you must be in your league’s championship or “Super Bowl.” That does not apply to myself at 90% of the fantasy football playing population. However, with so much on the line this week, the most important decisions must be made now.

In last week’s blog, I talked about the importance for teams that are still striving for playoff spots and how important it is for them to perform. Now for this week, we have to take that into consideration, but we also must look at the teams that have “nothing” to play for and have their playoff positioning set. As we’ve seen in years past, this is the time when teams will typically rest their star players to have them ready for the playoffs.

Instead of doing my usual “start em” and “sit em” picks of the week as I’ve done throughout the year, I’m going to share some insights on who you should and shouldn’t start and why.

Should Start:

Tony Romo – This could be the biggest game of his career as he heads into Fed Ex Field to face off against RGIII and the Redskins. It’s this simple: the winner of the game wins the NFC East. Besides the fact Romo put up around 30 points on Thanksgiving in the first matchup between these two teams, I think this is the game where Romo shines and shows that he belongs. He has played so well throughout the month of December, not only this season, but in his career. I think he’ll put up huge fantasy points.

Adrian Peterson – Even though it’s unlikely he gets 207 yards and breaks Eric Dickerson’s single-season rushing record, AP will have a huge day as his team’s playoff hopes are riding on his back just like his team has the entire year. It’s simple for the Vikings, win and you’re in. It makes it tough that they have to host the Green Bay Packers in their season finale. I’m not sure if they’ll win, or if AP will break the record, but I know that he will do whatever he can to assure both happen, and because of that you have to start him.

Be Careful:

Now there aren’t many teams out there that have their positioning locked up, but there are a few. One of them being our very own Colts, but as Coach Pagano said earlier this week, I don’t foresee us resting any of our players. However, the Atlanta Falcons have the NFC’s No. 1 seed locked up heading into a home game against the Buccaneers, and they have a lot of big players in the fantasy world, so I would be hesitant about starting any of the Falcons players. As far as the AFC is concerned, the only teams whose position is locked in are the Wildcard teams. The Bengals have the sixth seed locked up, but they have a big game against the Ravens so I don’t foresee either team resting players.

That’s it for me for the fantasy football season; don’t forget to check out my homepage on Colts.com to see what I’ve been up to! (Especially my tailgate videos)

Yours in Fantasy Football,

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COLTS FAN CASEY: WEEK 16 FANTASY FOOTBALL BLOG

Posted by ColtsCaseyB on December 20, 2012 – 4:54 pm

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What’s up Colts Nation!? I’m back for one of my last fantasy football blogs and this is the time of year where every single point can matter. Scratch that, this is the time of the year where every tenth of a point can matter. This is for all the marbles. That is, unless you’re me, and you’re playing for the championship in the “loser” bracket. Nonetheless, I still will go down fighting!

A few things to keep in mind over the next few weeks of fantasy football. Luckily for us all, there seems to be a lot of teams in the hunt for playoff spots and playoff positioning. This means we’re not likely to see teams “resting” players over the next two games of the season. Also, there are teams still fighting to get into the playoffs so if you have players on those teams (Pittsburg, Minnesota, and Dallas come to mind) be sure to start them.

Now for my “start em” and “sit em” picks of the week.

Week 16 Start em: Let’s stay at home and go with our boy No. 12 Andrew Luck. Coming off his two lowest passing yard games of the season, look for Luck to bounce back with authority against a struggling yet talented defense of the Chiefs. This is a statement game for the Colts and I look for Luck to make a statement of his own.

Week 16 Sit em: This one is a toughie this week with so much post-season implications heading into this week. So let’s look at a game where neither team is in the playoff hunt and start there…. How about San Diego Chargers vs. New York Jets? I think Shonn Green will have a bad week against the Chargers, he’s your sit of the week.

That’s it for me today; don’t forget to check out my homepage on Colts.com to see what I’ve been up to! (Especially my tailgate videos)

Yours in Fantasy Football,

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COLTS FAN CASEY: WEEK 15 FANTASY BLOG

Posted by ColtsCaseyB on December 14, 2012 – 4:39 pm

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What’s up Colts Nation? As the fantasy season begins to wind down, by default my time on this blog is limited. As I mentioned in last week’s blog, all I had to do to earn a spot in the playoffs is to win and I was in. Well long story short, I didn’t do that, instead I got blown out by one of the best teams in my league.

The good news is that I have another league that I’m in where my team made the playoffs. The bad news is that team Colts Fan Casey is eliminated from playoff contention. My other team, “Make it Wayne on These Throws,” finished the season with a 10-4 record which is the inverse of team Colts Fan Casey’s record.

So now let’s take a moment to look forward to this week’s games. Despite the HUGE playoff and postseason implications present in matchups across the NFL this weekend, there are a lot of favorable fantasy pairings as well.

I’m going to show you guys a look at my other team’s roster for this week’s playoff game. It’s shown below.

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Now for my “start em” and “sit em” picks of the week.

Week 15 Start em: He happens to be my starting QB, but I think Matt Stafford is your go-to guy this week as the Lions take on the Arizona Cardinals who are coming off a 58-0 loss at the hands of the Seahawks.

Week 15 Sit em: I’m going with Bears running back Matt Forte. He’s had a good season on the fantasy circuit, but I found an astounding stat saying he hasn’t scored a touchdown in the last four games against the Packers. Sit Mr. Forte.

Week 15 Random Thought: Don’t just base your starting lineup off of projections. Look at oppositions, trends, how teams handle the run vs. how they handle the pass. Look outside of the projections made by a bunch of pencil pushers. You know football now show it!

That’s it for me today; don’t forget to check out my homepage on Colts.com to see what I’ve been up to! (Especially my tailgate videos)

Yours in Fantasy Football,

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COLTS FAN CASEY: FANTASY BLOG WEEK 14

Posted by ColtsCaseyB on December 7, 2012 – 2:04 pm

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What’s up Colts Nation!? Another great week of NFL games means another great week of fantasy football. I extended my winning streak last week and captured my fourth win out of the last five. That’s really good for my team this season.

This season has been a rough one for me. Typically I’m the one leading the league and this year for some reason I just hit a bunch of bad luck early on in the season. I’ve also bounced back pretty strong late in the season to save my playoff hopes.

As it stands right now for me, I have to win this week’s match-up but also score seven more points than the person in front of me. They also have to win as well or the final playoff spot is mine for the taking.

My biggest pick up last week was Bryce Brown who scored 30 points for me. Also, Cam Newton has really started to come on down the stretch which has helped my team’s winning streak.

This week I have a really tough match-up with the likes of Aaron Rodgers, Trent Richardson, Doug Martin and Tony Gonzalez on the opposing team.

Now for my “start em” and “sit em” picks of the week.

Week 14 Start em: I’m staying at home on this one. Start Colts QB Andrew Luck this week hands down. He has been putting up some big points lately, especially last week. He’s played well at home all season long. Look for him to have a big day this Sunday against the Titans at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Week 14 Sit em: I think this week it’s safe to sit Matt Schaub against the Patriots. New England has proven it’s tough for teams to come in there and get their offense going and I think the same applies this week with Schaub. The key for the Texans is Arian Foster.

Week 14 Random Thought: Go big or go home. This is the last week in most leagues as playoffs begin next week. This is the last week to get a big W before the playoffs start. Get things started on the right foot by scoring huge points and getting a win this week!

That’s it for me today; don’t forget to check out my homepage on Colts.com to see what I’ve been up to! (Especially my tailgate videos)

Yours in Fantasy Football,

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COLTS FAN CASEY: FANTASY BLOG WEEK 13

Posted by ColtsCaseyB on November 29, 2012 – 5:15 pm

What’s up Colts Nation!? There are some great games this weekend and a majority of them will have some sort of implications on our fantasy football rosters. What better way to get the fantasy week underway than a great Thursday night game between the Saints and the Falcons. I have Marques Colston on my team and I need a big game from him to help my chances this week.

I face off against one of the top teams in my league and I need a great performance from all of my players. A few transactions this week put me in a good spot as well. I went ahead and picked up Eagles RB Bryce Brown who everyone should know after last week’s Monday Night Football where he had 178 rushing yards and two touchdowns which added up to 33 fantasy points in my league.

You can check out my starting lineup this week and I don’t foresee any changes unless you think I need some. I’m always open for discussion just tweet me.

Now for my “start em” and “sit em” picks of the week.

Week 13 Start em: It seems like this guy had a coming out party on Monday Night Football versus the Eagles. Cam Newton is the start of the week. He heads into Arrowhead to face the 1-10 Chiefs. I look for Newton to have his way with their defense the way he did Philly.

Week 13 Sit em: I don’t usually go with two players from my own team, but I think that Ryan Mathews should ride the pine this week. He has only put up double digit (19) points once this season and that was against the New Orleans Saints earlier on in the year. He doesn’t match up well against  the Bengals defense which has been playing very well lately.

Week 13 Random Thought: If you’re making a decision between two players, select the one that plays a prime-time game. We’ve seen much higher performances over the weeks from players who have Monday, Thursday, and Sunday night games. There must be something about playing underneath the lights that makes everything better.

Yours in Fantasy Football,

 


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COLTS FAN CASEY: WEEK 12 FANTASY BLOG

Posted by ColtsCaseyB on November 27, 2012 – 4:08 pm

What’s up Colts Nation? Last night was a glorious night for myself and team “Colts Fan Casey” in the fantasy world. Finally, after 12 weeks, the man I drafted in the first round, Cam Newton, decided to reward me with a great 40 point performance in the Panthers 30-22 win over the Eagles.

Believe it or not, this win gets me back into the playoff hunt as we have two more weeks remaining before the playoffs start in our league. I need to win the rest of my games and need two people above me to lose out, but the good news is I play one of them in the final week so there’s a chance!

This week has been better for me in fantasy and I have to give credit to one of the best recent additions I made in Colts WR T.Y. Hilton. This guy did work for me in the New England game and gave me a solid 10 points this week as well. Too bad I didn’t get any points for his punt return, which would’ve been nice.

The best part about this week’s W is that not only did I score over 100 points, but I almost doubled the guy I was playing whose team name is “Domination.” Nothing dominating about his performance this week except that he got dominated.

I head into a tough match up this week, but I think I can stand a chance. I will be bringing you my sit ‘em and start ‘em picks of the week here in a couple days, but I had to fill you in on my great performance this week!

That’s it for me today; don’t forget to check out my homepage on Colts.com to see what I’ve been up to! (Especially my tailgate videos)

Yours in Football (real or fantasy),

 


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COLTS FAN CASEY: WEEK 10 FANTASY BLOG

Posted by ColtsCaseyB on November 8, 2012 – 3:33 pm

What’s up Colts Nation! Well I finally did it. It only took eight weeks, but team Colts Fan Casey finally got a win! I must give credit to my late addition of Saints RB Pierre Thomas who might have only scored seven points, but those points propelled me to victory.

There are some HUGE matchups this week in the NFL which makes us fantasy footballers water at the mouth. With big games come tough decisions. You always hope that your players will show up when their number is called, but that’s not always the case.

I face a tough opponent this week who has the likes of Tony Romo, Arian Foster, Juilio Jones and Jimmy Graham just to name a few. I need a big week from all of my guys to stand a chance against this squad.

So let’s take a look at my “start em” and “sit em” picks of the week.

Week 10 Start em: This is a fairly obvious one, but I think that Ben Roethlisberger is a must start this week against the Chiefs. Roethlisberger is having one of his best fantasy seasons of his career and I think that trend continues this week as the Steelers head into a Monday Night Game against the 1-7 Chiefs. I’ll be starting him so I’m looking for a big game from BIG BEN!

Week 10 Sit em: I’m going with Michael Vick. This was a decision between him and Tony Romo but I think that Romo will show up more than Vick this week. Both of these teams need wins badly and both are led by their quarterbacks, but I think it’s safe to sit Vick this week as long as you have a decent backup.

Week 10 Random Thought: If you have a player in the Chicago vs. Houston game I would not start them. This is going to be a defensive battle. I think that both of these defenses are going be on showcase not the offenses. I would be a little bit leery about starting an offensive guy on either of these teams.

That’s it for me today; don’t forget to check out my homepage on Colts.com to see what I’ve been up to! (Especially my tailgate videos)

Yours in Football,


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COLTS FAN CASEY: FANTASY BLOG WEEK 9

Posted by ColtsCaseyB on November 2, 2012 – 4:00 pm

What’s up Colts Nation!? It’s a great day to talk about some fantasy football and that is exactly what we’re going to do! There are some big games this weekend and some even bigger fantasy matchups.

Last week I witnessed what I watched opposing teams’ fans witness for 13 years. Peyton Manning single handedly beating your team while all you can do is sit there and watch. I headed into Sunday night’s game between the Broncos and the Saints with a 10 point lead. All I needed as for Marques Colston to not let Manning score 10 more points than him. Well if you saw any of the game you saw that Peyton put up 28 fantasy points. That one was a tough one to swallow.

So I head into this week’s matchup with a bit of optimism aside from a majority of my team being on a bye this week. But that stuff happens so I have to keep fighting and hope to pull out a victory.

Now for my “start em” and “sit em” picks of the week.

Week 9 Start em: I think that Brandon Marshall would be my start for this week. The Bears head down to Nashville to battle the Titans and I think this will be an opportunity for Cutler and Marshall to get back on the right track. Look for Marshall to put up big points this Sunday!

Week 9 Sit em: I’m going with Larry Fitzgerald on this one. He’s yet to be a stellar WR this year and has only put up 70 points in my fantasy league. They play the Packers who have been rather stingy in terms of wide receiver yards (minus that Reggie Wayne guy) and I think the same continues this week. Not to mention the Cardinals QBs haven’t exactly been great so far this season.

Week 9 Random Thought: This is a really random one, but I’m not a big fan of starting players that face the Colts. I decided to let go of Brian Hartline this weekend because he’s on the Dolphins and they’re coming in here. Not that I thought he was going to do anything special, but just because it doesn’t feel right starting a player against your team. So he’s not on my team any more.

That’s it for me today; don’t forget to check out my homepage on Colts.com to see what I’ve been up to! (Especially my tailgate videos)

Yours in Football,


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COLTS FAN CASEY: WEEK 8 FANTASY BLOG

Posted by ColtsCaseyB on October 25, 2012 – 4:11 pm

What’s up Colts Nation? So I’m going to try a different approach for my weekly fantasy football blog presented by Taco Bell. Typically I talk about the previous week and a little about the upcoming week. So for this blog, I am going to talk about the upcoming week as you can guess I didn’t have great success last week.

This is a great week for me! The only bad thing, aside from having a bunch of Patriots on my team, is that Houston is on a bye and their defense has been very solid for me this year. It seems like a lot of my players are facing favorable oppositions this week which should bode well for my squad. Below I’ve attached my starting lineup for this week.

I feel really strongly about Big Ben as my QB against a Redskins defense that is giving up a lot of points. I also thing this should be a good week for Ryan Mathews who faces the Browns. I picked up Martellus Bennett prior to last week’s game and he has been a steal so far. I think he will put up good numbers against the Cowboys this week.

Now for my “start em” and “sit em” picks of the week.

Week 8 Start em: I’m keeping this one at home. I’m going with Colts QB Andrew Luck. I think that he’s done enough to prove that he’s a legit fantasy starter in almost every league. I’m even hearing a lot of people say that he should be your fantasy starter for the rest of the year. That’s fine with me. The Titans have been giving up double-digit points to every QB they’ve faced this year and I think this week is no different.

Week 8 Sit em: I’m going with Michael Turner of the Falcons and here’s why… The Eagles have been rather stingy with their rushing defense, not to mention Turner’s carries have diminished lately, and add in that Matt Ryan is playing the best season of his career. I think it’s safe to sit him.

Week 8 Random Thought: I look for tight ends to have a big weekend for fantasy teams. There’s a lot of good tight ends out there playing teams with subpar short yardage and interior pass defense, so look to get some points from your tight ends this week and if you have two really good ones, do some research on if you should start the other one in the flex spot if your league allows that.

That’s it for me today, don’t forget to check out my homepage on Colts.com to see what I’ve been up to! (especially my tailgate videos)

Yours in Football,


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WEEK 7 TACO BELL FANTASY FOOTBALL BLOG

Posted by ColtsCaseyB on October 19, 2012 – 3:25 pm


What’s up Colts Nation!? I’m back for another week of fantasy football talk. Last week was not too good for me and my fantasy career. It has not been the best year to be on the “Colts Fan Casey” fantasy team.

I feel like the powers that be are out to get me this season. I’ve never been this terrible in my entire fantasy football career. There’s really no explanation as to why whenever I play a team they have at least one play get crazy numbers.

Well that happened again this week. This week’s culprit was AJ Green, who my opponent had who happened to score 29 points on 135 yards and two touchdowns. It’s not good news when your opposition’s flex guy goes for more points than both your starting backs and your flex player. As you may recall from last week’s blog, I partook in a pretty monumental trade in our league.

As you can see below, it doesn’t help that I had two players fail to score any points. So this week I picked Felix Jones up off waivers and I am going to try to get my first win of the year.

Feel free to leave a comment below if you think there’s something I’m missing that is making my team struggle.

Now for my “start em” and “sit em” picks of the week.

Week 7 Start em: I have to go with a guy I went with earlier in the season but I think once again CJ Spiller is poised to have a big week. With Fred Jackson’s status uncertain it looks like Spiller will be the main back facing a rather forgiving Titans rushing defense.

Week 7 Sit em: I have this guy in another one of my leagues, a league I’m actually winning in, but I think that sitting Mathew Stafford this week against the Bears isn’t a bad choice. You always have to be careful with QBs, but if you have a sufficient backup, put them in the game coach!

Week 7 Random Thought: Since we’re almost midway through the season so now is a time to turn your attention from big name guys on subpar teams and look for consistent players on solid teams. Now is a great time to explore trade options as people might be willing to move guys in hopes to change things up heading into the playoffs. Look for guys on the perennial championship caliber teams.

That’s it for today. Don’t forget to visit my homepage and watch some of my tailgate videos.

Yours in Football,


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