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Posted by coltsadmin on April 9, 2015 – 4:00 pm

The Indianapolis Colts today announced its 2015 preseason schedule. Dates and times are yet to be finalized.


The Colts will open the preseason with a Week 1 road contest at Philadelphia. The meeting will be the first in the preseason between the teams since a 23-15 victory over the Eagles on August 20, 2009. Overall, Indianapolis holds a 10-9 record against Philadelphia in the preseason dating back to 1953.


The Chicago Bears will travel to Lucas Oil Stadium for a Week 2 contest. The Colts and Bears will compete for the 15th overall time in the preseason since 1957. In the last matchup, Indianapolis fell to Chicago by a 27-24 margin on August 20, 2007 at the RCA Dome.


Indianapolis will then take on the St. Louis Rams at the Edward Jones Dome in Week 3. The two teams have only met in the preseason three times with the Rams holding a 2-1 advantage in the series. In the 2012 matchup, Indianapolis defeated St. Louis, 38-3, at Lucas Oil Stadium.


Dating back to 2001, the Colts and Cincinnati Bengals have met each preseason, traditionally in the finale. This year, Indianapolis will host Cincinnati (Sept. 3) for the first time since 2013. Overall, the Bengals hold a 15-8 preseason series record, which includes a 35-7 win in 2014.



Date                            Opponent                         Time

Week 1 (Aug. 13-16)   at Philadelphia                  TBD

Week 2 (Aug. 20-23)  CHICAGO                      TBD

Week 3 (Aug. 27-30)   at St. Louis                       TBD

Thurs., Sept. 3            CINCINNATI                 TBD

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Posted by Kevin Bowen on April 4, 2013 – 4:05 pm

2013 Indianapolis Colts Preseason Schedule

Week 1: Buffalo Bills (game will be played between 8/8-8/11)

Week 2: @New York Giants (8/18 on FOX at 8 p.m.)

Week 3: Cleveland (game will be played between 8/22-8/25)

Week 4: @Cincinnati (game will be played between 8/29-8-30)

The Colts will once again be back in the national spotlight during the 2013 preseason.

In Week Two of the preseason, Indianapolis will travel east to take on the New York Giants (9-7 in 2012) on August 18, in an 8 p.m. kickoff, on FOX. Last year, the Colts played the Pittsburgh Steelers on NBC in Week Two of the preseason.

Indianapolis will open up the preseason at home for the fourth consecutive season. The Buffalo Bills (6-10 in 2012) will head to Lucas Oil Stadium in Week One (8/8-8/11). The contest with the Bills is the first preseason game for the two since meeting in Toronto, Canada back during the 2010 preseason.

After an away contest with the Giants, the Colts will return home in Week Three (8-22/8-25) to take on the Cleveland Browns (5-11 in 2012). The Colts have a 5-2 preseason record all-time against the Browns and Cleveland split 2011 and 2012 road regular season matchups with Indianapolis.

For the 11th straight season, the Cincinnati Bengals (10-6 in 2012) and Colts will conclude the preseason (8-29/8-30) in an I-74 matchup. The Colts won last year’s home contest and will now travel to Paul Brown Stadium in 2013.

The Colts finished the 2012 preseason with a 2-2 record, which was the first time Indianapolis has been at least .500 in the preseason since 2004.

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Posted by on August 13, 2012 – 10:26 am

What’s up Colts Nation!? Well, it has officially began, the highly anticipated Indianapolis Colts “new era” is officially underway and man it feels good to be a Colts fan! Now before I get into yesterday’s game, I realize it was a preseason game, and I realize that in years past these games haven’t exactly mattered to a majority of you. However, preseason games do serve a purpose and when you look a Colts team that has a lot of young and new players you realize the importance of this year’s preseason. In addition to that, preseason games allow for coaches to evaluate every position, tells them where they can improve, and sets the tone for the next week of camp.

But most importantly, we won, and I think every single member of Colts Nation feels better about this team today than they did yesterday. All the anticipation was worth it and now we get to watch this team grow. The team we saw on Sunday will not be the same team we will see this weekend against the Steelers. They will improve. This team will continue to improve every game and that is something both players and coaches will pride themselves on.

And how about Andrew Luck’s first play ever from scrimmage as a Colts? You want to talk about COTLSTRONG, Lucas Oil Stadium was rocking after Luck completed a 63-yard touchdown pass to running back Donald Brown!  I’m not going to lie; I got goose bumps when I saw them connect and instantly knew Brown was taking it to the house. What a way to kick-off a season and especially a career.

Prior to the game, I hit up a few tailgating spots. For it being a pre-season game I was pretty impressed with the turnout. One of my favorites was the “Blue Scoot Crew” who had a Colts bus with memorabilia all over the place. They even had a built in restroom which of course was covered in blue. Before every game this season, I will be searching for the best tailgate spots and food in all of Colts Nation. I will write a blog this week with complete details.


Well that’s it for today. Be sure to check back to my homepage on for more information and follow me on Twitter to chat it up!

Yours in Football,

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Colts vs Rams: 4th Quarter Update

Posted by coltsindianapolis on August 12, 2012 – 4:20 pm

Colts 38, St. Louis 3

Davis pass intercepted by Chris Rucker with :39 left on the clock

After Indianapolis held St. Louis on downs, Pat McAfee booted a 31-yard field goal with 4:44 remaining in the game to give the Colts a 38-3 lead.

Harnish teamed with wide receiver Jeremy Ross on a 33-yard touchdown pass with 11:14 remaining to put the club up, 35-3. The drive covered 57 yards in six plays.

Rookie Chandler Harnish entered the game with 14:05 to go. Stanton was eight-of-11 for 83 yards.

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Colts vs Rams: 3rd Quarter Update

Posted by coltsindianapolis on – 3:39 pm

Wide receivers LaVon Brazill (16-yard reception) and T.Y. Hilton (nine-yard rush on a reverse) had big plays early on the club’s second possession. Tight end Dominique Jones had a 22-yard reception from Stanton on the drive. Running back Darren Evans scored on a one-yard run with seven seconds left in the quarter to put Indianapolis up, 28-3. The drive covered 85 yards in 13 plays. The drive consumed 6:47 of the period.

Running back Delone Carter left the game with a rib injury.

The teams traded punts to open the quarter.

Drew Stanton, who started the Colts’ last possession of the first half, opened the second half.

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Colts vs Rams: 2nd Quarter Update

Posted by coltsindianapolis on – 2:53 pm

Andrew Luck directed 24 plays in the first half, hitting 10-of-16 passes for 188 yards and two touchdowns.

The Colts responded to the St. Louis score by marching 80 yards in 13 plays to take a 21-3 lead. Running back Delone Carter dived over from a yard out to end the march. Luck teamed wide receiver Quan Cosby on a 32-yard pass to the St. Louis one prior to the score.

St. Louis was able to get on the scoreboard on a 37-yard field goal by Greg Zuerlein to conclude a 61-yard drive that was spurred by a 54-yard interference call against the Colts. Hughes had a second sack of Clemens to force the field goal.

Guard Mike McGlynn exited the game with an ankle injury.

Luck drove the Colts 53 yards in seven plays to take 14-0 lead early in the period. Luck hit wide receiver Austin Collie on a 23-yard scoring reception to conclude the drive.

Defensive tackle Brandon McKinney produced a takeaway near mid-field early in the period, a recovered fumble after a reception.

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Colts vs Rams: 1st Quarter Update

Posted by coltsindianapolis on – 2:47 pm

Linebacker Jerry Hughes ended the first quarter with a sack of Kellen Clemens.

Quarterback Andrew Luck teamed with running back Donald Brown on a 63-yard touchdown pass on the Colts’ first play from scrimmage. Luck joined Peyton Manning (1998, 48 yards to Marvin Harrison) with touchdown passes on a first career attempt.

The Indianapolis defense made a third- and fourth-down stop on the initial St. Louis possession. The Rams reached the Indianapolis 37-yard line on 10 plays.

Linebackers Scott Lutrus (knee) and Pat Angerer (foot) exited the game with injuries.


PRE-GAME CELEBRATION – Sunday’s game was the first in Lucas Oil Stadium since Super Bowl XLVI in February.  Prior to the game, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard spoke to the crowd from mid-field.  Ballard directed the crowd’s attention to the stadium rafters as a banner commemorating the city, state and Super Bowl was dropped.  The banner hangs among those earned by the Colts from previous post-seasons.  The city hopes to attract the Super Bowl again in 2018.

The roof and window are open for today’s game


Justin King started at LCB for Cassius Vaughn

Ricardo Mathews started at DE for Cory Redding

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