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Posted by coltsindianapolis on November 19, 2012 – 5:34 pm

The Indianapolis Colts today activated guard Justin Anderson from the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform List, signed cornerback Marshay Green to the practice squad and waived tight end Kyle Miller.

Anderson, 6-5, 342 pounds, was originally selected by the Colts in the seventh round (208th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft out of Georgia. He started 26-of-40 games for the Bulldogs and was named Freshman All-SEC by the league’s coaches and to Phil Steele’s All-Freshman second-team in 2008. He also earned recognition for Freshman Honorable Mention Team honors by

As a senior in 2011, Anderson started all 14 games, helping lead the school to a 10-4 record and berths in the SEC Championship Game and Outback Bowl.

Green, 5-10, 175 pounds, was originally signed to the Colts practice squad on October 1, 2012 and was elevated to the active roster on October 29. He appeared in one game this season against Jacksonville (11/8) and made three solo tackles. He was waived on November 16.

Miller, 6-5, 260 pounds, appeared in the team’s last contest at New England (11/18). He joined the Colts as a free agent on April 3, 2012 and was waived on August 31. He was then signed to the practice squad a day later and elevated to the active roster on November 12. Miller was originally signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Mount Union on July 26, 2011 before being waived on September 3.

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A Thanks Giving Prayer

Posted by coltsindianapolis on – 3:03 pm

Dear God, this year we have many reasons to give you thanks.  We thank you for the foresight that You gave to Jim Irsay and his team and for the courage to utilize that gift to bring together all the people that make the team that we are so proud to call the Colts.

We thank You for giving us the defensive team that has the most determination and courage in all the league and ask that You keep looking after them as they go about their business honoring us as fans.

We thank You for our offensive team, how they have become brothers in arms, caring for each other, appreciating one another and communicating to get the job done. We pray you keep them safe too.

We thank You for our coaching staff; for the knowledge and skill you have given them and for their ability to impart this to our team.

Most of all, God we thank you for Chuck Pagano. He has taught us so much about life and honoring it and each other.  As Chuck walks through the hardest winter of his life we ask You to keep him safe, to hold him close and carrying him through, as you did for the pilgrims all those years ago. Dear God, as fans we know that if we live to see the Colts raise the Lombardi Trophy several times we will never have as great a year in the league as this one. Coach Pagano has brought much to our Thanks Giving table so we thank You for the skills you have given to the doctors and nurses that care for him in this battle and pray that You will keep Chuck growing stronger.

God Bless the people of Indianapolis and God Bless America.

Your servant, Rob Zammit


Rooting for the Colts a half a world away.  Our resident Aussie blogger, Rob Zammit, is a veterinarian and dedicated Colts fan.

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Posted by Kevin Bowen on – 9:45 am

Each week will take a look at the rest of the AFC South and review the previous weekend’s games.



-The Titans had the final bye week of the 2012 NFL season

NEXT GAME: @Jacksonville, Sunday at 1:00 EST


Texans 43, Jaguars 37, OT

-Hoping for their first win since Week 3 of the season, the Jaguars were victim of a fourth quarter comeback and an overtime win by the Texans. Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne relieved injured starter Blaine Gabbert and turned in a career day with 354 yards and four touchdowns. Jacksonville carried the lead for a majority of the final three quarters and led by 14 points with over five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. Jaguars rookie wide receiver Justin Blackmon had the best game of his rookie season with 13 catches for 236 yards and a touchdown.

NEXT GAME: Tennessee, Sunday at 1:00 EST


Texans 43, Jaguars 37, OT

-The Texans continue to find ways to win and that explains Houston finding themselves atop the AFC. Texans quarterback Matt Schaub threw for 527 yards, the second most in NFL history and five touchdowns. Houston wide receiver Andre Johnson turned in a career performance of 14 catches for 273 yards and a touchdown. Down 34-20 with under six minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Texans forced overtime behind a pair of touchdown passes from Schaub to tight end Garrett Graham. In overtime, the teams traded field goals before Johnson took a screen pass 48 yards for the winning score with just over two minutes remaining in overtime.

NEXT GAME: @Detroit, Thursday at 12:30 EST.


2012 AFC South Standings

Houston 9-1

Indianapolis 6-4

Tennessee 4-6

Jacksonville 1-9


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Posted by Kevin Bowen on – 9:24 am

With a plethora of rookie players on the Colts roster, each week will take a look at how the first-year players performed.

Dwayne Allen, TE: Allen had one of his finest games of his young career with six catches for 69 yards against the Patriots. On the season, Allen is third on the team with 31 catches and has 349 receiving yards.

Vick Ballard, RB: Ballard continues to find himself in the starting lineup and had 16 carries for 72 yards on Sunday. The 72 yards was the second highest output for Ballard this season.

LaVon Brazill, RB: Brazill filled in for an injured Donnie Avery and had two catches for 46 yards. Brazill’s 25-yard sideline catch in the first half was his season long.

T.Y. Hilton, WR: Hilton continued his productive rookie season with his third 100-yard receiving game on the year. Hilton had touchdown grabs of 43 and 14 yards and became the first Colts player with a multiple touchdown game this season. On the day, Hilton had six catches for 100 yards.

Andrew Luck, QB: Luck was 27-of-50 for 334 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions against the Patriots. Luck became the first rookie quarterback in NFL history to record five 300-yard passing games in his first season.

Nate Palmer, WR: Palmer played on special teams on Sunday and also found himself in the receiver rotation when Avery left the game with a concussion.

Rookie tight end Coby Fleener offensive tackle Bradley Sowell were inactive against the Patriots.

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