The Indianapolis Colts Father-Son Camp is presented by Abuelo’s and LittleEYES.
This fall, the Indianapolis Colts will host their Father-Son Training Camp at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center. This camp gives Colts fans the opportunity to get an “inside” look at Colts football. Participants are able learn football knowledge from current and alumni Colts players while testing their skills through a variety of football drills. Activities include on-field drills, a Q & A session with special guests, dinner catered by Abuelo’s and more. Registration for the camp is now open at www.colts.com/events. Attendees must pre-register online in order to attend the clinic. Fathers and sons, mothers and sons/daughters are all welcome to attend.
What: Indianapolis Colts Father-Son Training Camp
FEATURED PLAYERS: Jack Doyle and Joe Reitz
When: Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Where: Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center
7001 W. 56th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46254
Cost: $50 Registration Fee
*Includes admission for one participant, dinner and an exclusive Colts item
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INDIANAPOLIS – The Colts notched their first win of 2014 on Sunday afternoon with a 44-17 victory in Jacksonville.
It was a dominant performance in all three phases with the Colts jumping out to a 30-0 halftime lead.
The Colts will now welcome Tennessee to Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday afternoon to continue a stretch of four games in 19 days.
Here are FIVE THINGS LEARNED.
A STATEMENT – In a short week coming off a game that got away, the Colts preached the sense of urgency that was being brought to Jacksonville. That was channeled into a resounding road victory to not only give the Colts their first win of 2014, but also move them to just a game back in the AFC South at 1-2.
PASS RUSH – At every level of the defense on Sunday, the Colts pass rush was disruptive in getting after the Jaguars quarterbacks. The Colts had four sacks and seven quarterback hurries against the Jaguars and that pressure contributed to the defense forcing a season-high three turnovers, too.
CAREER DAY FOR LUCK – After back-to-back weeks in which Andrew Luck was kicking himself for late game miscues, No. 12 could kick his feet up late in the fourth quarter on Sunday. Luck was 31-of-39 for 370 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions against the Jaguars and his 140.4 quarterback rating was a career-high.
SPREAD THE WEALTH – Fantasy owners won’t like it but Colts fans shouldn’t care about the final stat lines for the skill players on Sunday. Andrew Luck hit nine different receivers at least twice getting multiple players involved at every skill group. The phrase “take what the defense gives you” was executed nearly perfectly for Luck on Sunday.
SPECIAL TEAMS CONTINUES TO DELIVER – Pat McAfee doesn’t do many thing quietly but he deserves plenty of praise for why the Colts coverage units are some of the best in the NFL. McAfee averaged 53.5 yards on his two punts Sunday with both finishing up inside the 20-yard line. He also set a franchise single-game record with eight touchbacks. Let’s not forget Adam Vinatieri’s three field goals to continue his streak of 12 straight field goals made.
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