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10/10/14 - After a tough win against the Houston Texans in Texas earlier this season, the Indianapolis Colts are ready to keep fighting and reach their dreams of competing at the 2015 Superbowl. However, it won’t come without a little bit of work. On Sunday, November 16th, the Colts will take on the New England Patriots at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Next up on the team’s schedule is a game against the Jacksonville Jaguars followed by the Washington Redskins. On December 14th, during their last home game of the year, the Colts will get another chance to earn a second win against the Houston Texans. Don’t miss out as this team works for more wins to add to their record during the 2014-2015 season and purchase tickets today.
9/24/14 - Now this is more like it. The Indianapolis Colts collected their first win of the season, defeating Jacksonville 44-17 last weekend. Andrew Luck was spectacular, throwing for 370 yards – of which roughly two-thirds were racked up in an impressive first half which saw the Colts run out to a 30-0 lead; Luck tossed three of his four touchdown passes in the half, then rung up a fourth score midway through the fourth quarter, after which he yielded to backup Matt Hasselbeck for the remainder of the game. The defense even got in on the fun, as Greg Toler collected a 47-yard pick-six off rookie Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles in the fourth quarter.
9/16/14 - No wins and two losses – it’s certainly not how the Indianapolis Colts expected to start off the 2014 season, and definitely not by a total of 10 points. But that’s how things have started in central Indiana, falling in Week 1 to a comeback effort by the Master of Comebacks, former Colts QB Peyton Manning and his current team Denver; and in Week 2, to Nick Foles and Philadelphia. The Colts’ own signal-caller, Andrew Luck, has led the team to No. 7 in the league in passing yards per game; while the running game is 20th in the league, averaging 111.5 rushing yards per game. Coming up in Week 3 is an opportunity to make an impact in the division, with a trip to north Florida and Jacksonville.
9/9/14 - Andrew’s Luck fell just short. The Indianapolis Colts quarterback rallied his troops, but fell just short; as ultimately, it was the Denver Broncos’ Peyton Manning’s experience – as well as a 24-point lead Denver jumped out to in the first half – as the Broncos held off the Colts in the 2014 season’s first Sunday night game. Luck finished the game with 35 completions out of 53 throws for 370 yards and two touchdowns; but he also had a pair of picks and three sacks. More heartening to Colts fans has to be the performance of Reggie Wayne, who was back up to his old tricks, pulling in nine catches for 98 yards – but no scores yet. Manning collected 269 yards on 22-of-36 passing, with three touchdown passes, all to Julius Thomas, who emerged as Manning’s prime target. Thomas hauled in seven passes total for 104 yards, and Emmanuel Sanders had six catches for 77 yards.
9/4/14 - It was Chandler Harnish’s night last weekend to run the Indianapolis Colts offense; unfortunately, the Colts failed to move the ball well, resulting in a 35-7 loss to Cincinnati to wrap up their preseason schedule. Harnish was 13-for-24 passing for 102 yards; while he did have the lone scoring strike, a seven-yarder to Da’Rick Rogers, he also threw a 33-yard pick-six and was sacked five times by the Cincinnati defense. David Fluellen led the Colts’ ground game with 17 carries for 53 yards total, and a long of nine yards; Rogers and Weslye Saunders both had a pair of receptions.
9/3/14 - Andrew Luck and the Colts travel to Mile High Stadium to face Peyton Manning and the Super Bowl runner-up Broncos on Sunday in what should be a high-scoring shootout. Manning will look to beat his former team for the first time since signing with Denver three years ago with Colts tickets averaging $327 for the contest.
8/26/14 - While Andrew Luck had a solid game for the Indianapolis Colts, it was visiting signal-caller Drew Brees who really shone as New Orleans handed the Colts their third loss of the postseason, 23-17. Luck was 10-for-18 passing for 103 yards including a 21-yard a scoring strike to Coby Fleener in the first quarter, but Luck was also picked off once and sacked for a loss of seven yards as well. Daniel “Boom” Herron, a rookie running back from Ohio State, led the Colts rushing attack with 68 yards on eight carries. Even more promising, though, was the return of receiver Reggie Wayne, who played for the first time this year.
8/21/14 - After two weeks of games, the Indianapolis Colts are 0-for-New York, having lost to the Jets and Giants in consecutive contests, with the most recent game, a 27-26 comeback by the Giants, especially painful – as the Colts led 26-0 midway through the final quarter before allowing the visitors 27 unanswered points. Andrew Luck was 12-for-18 passing for 89 yards and a score for the Colts, with five of those catches by Hakeem Nicks, who signed with the Colts this spring as a free agent. The Colts’ other primary wideout, Reggie Wayne, was held out of action for the second straight week. Backup quarterback Chandler Harnish completed 11 passes for 115 yards, and also rushed twice, gaining 20 yards.
8/14/14 - If their former general manager, Bill Polian – now an ESPN football analyst – had had his way, the Indianapolis Colts would have been a much different squad. The Indianapolis Star reported in a recent story that Polian wanted to draft former Texas Christian quarterback (and current Cincinnati Bengal) Andy Dalton with their first round pick, to serve as then-starting signal-caller Peyton Manning’s understudy. However, the Colts ended up choosing left tackle Anthony Castonzo, who has been a durable presence on the Colts offensive line, having missed just four games over the course of his three seasons. (Dalton would ultimately fall to the second round and the Bengals.)
7/30/14 - From the Jets to the Bears to the 49ers – and now with the Indianapolis Colts, offensive coordinator (formerly a quarterbacks coach) Pep Hamilton has become noted for his use of a versatile tight end to add another weapon to his offensive scheme. Hamilton first noticed the capability of a big tight end who could stretch the field with Vernon Davis of the 49ers. Hamilton may have such a versatile weapon on the Colts in the person of Dwayne Allen, who is hoping that 2014 is his breakout season. He was the starting tight end in 2013, but suffered a season-ending hip injury in the first game of the season. While Coby Fleener filled the role admirably last season, the injury to Allen turned the Colts into “a one dimensional, one tight end passing game,” calling the situation “totally different” than what was planned. A healthy Allen expects to show the NFL just what the Colts are capable of in 2014.
7/30/14 - After landing the number one overall pick just a few seasons ago, the Indianapolis Colts are looking to win their third straight division title. Andrew Luck has proven to be every bit as good as people thought when the team drafted him with that top pick. With the Tennessee Titans, Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans in the division the Colts don’t have real stiff competition for the title. Their season has a rough start, though; with an opening weekend road game to Denver to play the defending AFC champion Denver Broncos that is averaging $492 according to RazorGator.
7/23/14 - Talk about making an entrance. Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne made his typical grand arrival at Colts training camp at Anderson (Ind.) University a quite memorable, and in some ways appropriate, one – in an Indy car of the type raced at the famed Indianapolis 500. Wayne, who is well-known for making a big entrance at training camp (past years have included a helicopter, a military convoy, and a bus full of kids), has been completely cleared for this year’s camp after missing just over half of last season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament. The car was driven by pro Ed Carpenter; the duo got in the car after exiting Interstate 69, and drove it the rest of the way into the city of Anderson and to the site of training camp.
7/23/14 - With Andrew Luck under center the Indianapolis Colts are a very dangerous team as they proved in the NFL Playoffs last season with a 28 point comeback victory over the Kansas City Chiefs, the second largest in postseason history. Luck will need to have that type of game if they are going to start the season with a victory on the road at the Denver Broncos with Colts tickets going for $492 on average according to RazorGator.
7/17/14 - The Indianapolis Colts welcomed Peyton Manning with open arms last season when he made his return to Lucas Oil Stadium in a hard fought win. This year Manning will be the one doing the hosting as Indianapolis will travel to the Mile High City to begin the season as Colts tickets are going for just under $500 on average for the game according to RazorGator.
7/16/14 - Last year, the Indianapolis Colts acquired running back Trent Richardson from Cleveland right before their Week 3 contest with San Francisco, giving up a first round draft pick to the Browns. Unfortunately, Richardson could not hold on to the starting job, and averaged only 2.9 yards per carry last year. This year, though, the Colts are prepared to give Richardson another shot as the featured back in their offense, and to that end, Richardson has been studying the playbook closely in preparation, which should allow him to be more of a natural runner, not having to think and overthink what he needs to do and where to be. Offensive coordinator noted to ESPN.com that Richardson “has benefited tremendously from the extra classroom time.”
7/10/14 - The Colts cheapest game of the season comes against their AFC South division opponent, the Jacksonville Jaguars. This Week 13 matchup will potentially pit Andrew Luck against the top quarterback taken in this years draft, Blake Bortles, as Colts tickets are averaging just $120 with a Get-in of $36 according to RazorGator.
7/9/14 - The top pick in the 2014 NFL Draft wants to introduce himself to the top pick in the 2012 draft – the hard way. Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck had a target put on him by Houston linebacker Jadeveon Clowney, who revealed some of his goals for the upcoming season, which was picked up by Fox Sports Southwest. “My goal in the NFL is to sack Andrew Luck,” Clowney said, noting “(he’s) in my division…he’s a dangerous quarterback, very smart with the ball.” No word from QB Luck, who probably hopes to avoid such an introduction for not only this season, but many years to come.
7/8/14 - Andrew Luck has been everything the Indianapolis Colts dreamed he would be when they drafted him first overall in the 2012 NFL Draft out of Stanford. The second generation NFL quarterback led the Colts to back to back playoff appearances in his first two years in the league but according to RazorGator that hasn’t led to Colts tickets increasing in price as only one game is going for over $150 on average, their Week 11 game against the New England Patriots at $231.
6/19/14 - One of the key members of the Indianapolis Colts’ Super Bowl XLI championship squad has announced his retirement. Dallas Clark, the tight end, spent nine years with the Colts and was a favorite target of former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning during his years in Indy. Clark set an NFL postseason record during that season with 317 yards receiving and the second highest number of receptions all-time with 21; his top regular season marks came in 2009 when he pulled in 100 passes for a total of 1,106 yards and 10 scores. Clark left the team after 2011 and spent a year each with Tampa Bay (47 catches, 435 yards, 4 TDs in 2012) and Baltimore (31 catches, 343 yards, 3 TDs in 2013).
6/16/14 - Last season, veteran Indianapolis Colts wideout Reggie Wayne went out for the season in Week 7 with a torn ACL (anterior cruciate ligament). The 35-year-old Wayne has spent the offseason rehabbing the knee after surgery to repair the damaged ligament; although he did not take part in recent team OTAs (organized team activities), Fox Sports reports that quarterback Andrew Luck has been a witness to Wayne’s recovery, saying, “He.s going ro be back better than ever…He’s a freak.” Though the Colts picked up another top veteran receiver in Hakeem Nicks this offseason, it’s expected that Wayne will continue to provide veteran leadership in 2014.
6/3/14 - Some important talk is taking place this offseason around the Indianapolis Colts, but it has nothing to do with the players or on-field performance. In March, owner Jim Irsay was arrested and ultimately charged with two misdemeanor counts, one of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, and one of operating a vehicle with a controlled substance in the body. For players, the usual punishment for such transgressions is a two-game fine; but there is talk that Irsay, as a team owner, should be held to a higher standard and thus receive a stiffer penalty from the league, up to and including a suspension. The league is reviewing the case in light of the charges, but has indicated they will wait until the case works its way through the legal system.
5/29/14 - On the field last year, the Indianapolis Colts were looking to become a power running team. This season, new offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton wants the Colts to be a “score-first team,” according to ESPN.com. Hamilton goes on to say, “We’re going to do whatever we need to do to score one more point than our opponent.” The ESPN piece went on to note that the Colts started out being a run-oriented squad, but injuries and lack of performance from their backfield turned them into a no-huddle squad by the end of the season.
5/21/14 - The Colts selected just five players in this year’s draft, and two of the most intriguing are the second-round pick of Ohio State offensive tackle Jack Mewhort, and in the next round, Ole Miss receiver Donte Moncrief. While the Colts have an excess of receivers coming to training camp this season, some project Moncrief as a potential replacement for longtime Colts go-to guy Reggie Wayne. While Moncrief is considered a “raw” project player, he will be able to refine his craft under Wayne’s watchful eye. Many pundits were surprised that the Colts failed to pick a safety with one of their choices, as they’re widely considered in need of one.
5/12/14 – The Colts selected offensive lineman Jack Mewhort (Ohio State) in the second round of the NFL draft; picked as an offensive lineman, the All-American left tackle is prepared to play at any position that he is needed. In the third round, Indianapolis selected Donte Moncrief (Mississippi); the receiver may not start right away (with Reggie Wayne, T.Y. Hilton, and Hakeem Nicks) but is looked at as the future of this position as six-time Pro Bowl selection Wayne and Nicks will be free agents at the end of the season. Like their roster, the price of Indianapolis Colts tickets did not change much during the draft. At an average price of $156, Colts tickets are sixth cheapest in the league and you’ll get to watch a top-level product on the field!
4/17/14 - The Indianapolis Colts will open up their four-game preseason with a road matchup against the New York Jets. Both teams have big debuts, whether it's veteran QB Michael Vick or starter Geno Smith for the Jets, or the newly acquired Arthur Jones and Hakeem Nicks on the Colts. Week 2's game may not be a Manning Bowl, but Indianapolis will host the New York Giants, where Nicks will face his former squad. Probably their biggest exhibition game of the summer falls on Aug 23 against the New Orleans Saints in primetime. This will give Andrew Luck a shot at Drew Brees in his first-ever appearance at Lucas Oil Stadium. Indy will conclude their preseason at the Cincinnati Bengals for the 11th consecutive regional-rivalry finale; Indianapolis Colts tickets are available for the Week 4 game, at $21 to start in the Lower Level.
2/12/14 – The Colts 2013 season ended in New England when the Patriots outscored Indianapolis 43-22 in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs. An AFC Championship is feasible in 2014 as the Colts have the easiest schedule in the league and are projected to have the second-most salary cap space with upwards of $33 million to work with. Aside from Divisional opponents, the AFC South Champions will play New England in a AFC divisional round rematch, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Washington, and Philadelphia at Lucas Oil Stadium. Most recently, the Colts announced they have hired Rob Chudzinski (Browns) as a special assistant to the head coach.
1/6/14 - The Indianapolis Colts pulled off the comeback of a lifetime when they recovered from a 28-point deficit to take the Wild Card win over Kansas City. Andrew Luck and company will have to bring their most determined game again when they visit the New England Patriots in the AFC divisional round. Indianapolis Colts tickets are just $254 on average to be there Saturday night for the Luck-Brady shootout at Gillette Stadium.
12/30/13- The Indianapolis Colts accomplished an easy victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, 10-30 on Sunday, granting them the No. 4 AFC seed. Though we’ve known the Colts were in the playoff picture weeks ago, after Sunday’s final regular season games ended, it became evident that a big rematch was in order: Indianapolis will host the No. 5 seed Kansas City Chiefs in the first Wild Card Round game this Saturday. In their last meeting, the Colts annihilated the Chiefs—see if they can embarrass them again and score a trip to the Division Playoff round! Andrew Luck is playing the best of his career, after setting the NFL record for most passing yards through two starting seasons (8,196), so he will prove formidable against Alex Smith and a weaker KC offense. Indianapolis Colts playoff tickets start at just $66 but jump up to $501 on average to see these two AFC heavy weights duke it out at Lucas Oil Stadium.
12/23/13 - In what was deemed an AFC playoff preview, the Indianapolis Colts embarrassed the Kansas City Chiefs in their own house 23-7. Indianapolis’ defense obliterated KC and caused four turnovers, four sacks and two interceptions, improving from lackluster performances over the last couple weeks. The Colts will host the Jacksonville Jaguars this Sunday, looking to end the regular season on a good note and get ready for their future wild-card opponent (possibly the Chiefs). Indianapolis Colts tickets are just $40 to get-in before prices shoot up for playoffs!
12/16/13 - The Indianapolis Colts tightened their grip on the AFC South, trouncing the doomed Houston Texans on Sunday, 25-3. After getting crushed by Cincinnati last week, Andrew Luck and company got their mojo back and looked much smoother yesterday to hand Houston their twelfth straight loss. Luck started the day off with a touchdown pass to Griff Whalen, marking Indy’s first opening drive touchdown since Week 3, a vast improvement as fans were getting used to their complacent team playing catch-up in previous games. Next week, Indianapolis Colts tickets are just $67 when they travel to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs, a team that is also guaranteed a playoff spot.
12/9/13 - The Indianapolis Colts were dismantled by the Cincinnati Bengals yesterday, 42-28. Racking up an unsurprising first half deficit of 14 points, the Colts were unable to accomplish their usual second half come-from-behind victory, allowing the Bengals a pair of touchdowns in each of the remaining quarters. Though painful, the game didn't hurt the Colt's postseason chances, as Indy still clinched the AFC South division title with Tennessee’s defeat on Sunday! Still, the loss certainly caught the team off guard and revealed some weaknesses, so Andrew Luck and company will look to clean up their game and bounce back against Houston, when they host the Texans at home. Indianapolis Colts tickets are a steal at $15 to get in and just $68 on average.
12/3/13 - The Indianapolis Colts are now heavy favorites to run away with the AFC South title, after a victorious trounce of the Tennessee Titans on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium (22-14). Andrew Luck wasn't his usual show-stopping self, but that was okay, as veteran kicker Adam Vinatieri (oldest player in the NFL) tied his career-best 5 field goals and matched a league record with four field goals of at least 40 yards in one game. Indy will next travel to Cincinnati, looking to crack the Bengals and their notorious defense and secure their division crown. Indianapolis Colts tickets start at a moderate $43 and average at $116 this Sunday.
11/25/13 - The Indianapolis Colts were crushed by the Arizona Cardinals, 11-40, on Sunday. As usual, the Colts fell behind early in the game, but this time, Indianapois couldn't dig themselves out of the deficit as it got larger and larger. Arizona's Carson Palmer and the offense ran amok the Colts' defense, while Indianapolis' injury laden offense was seriously lacking in the run game. Despite the loss, Chuck Pagano and company still have sole possession of the lead in their division, and they will try tightening their grasp when they go head to head against the Tennessee Titans next week. Indianapolis Colts tickets are just $18 to get in for the AFC South showdown!
11/19/13- The Indianapolis Colts defeated the flailing Tennessee Titans by a 3-point margin in the AFC South battle Thursday night (30-27). After trailing in the first half, 17-3, Andrew Luck scored an 11-yard TD run and swung the momentum in the Colts’ favor for yet another come-from-behind victory. Indianapolis has now pulled 3 games ahead of the Titans, the closest rivals in contention in the division, all but clinching a playoff spot. The Colts will travel to Arizona to play the Cardinals next Sunday, a game that offers the lowest price of the week by far! Indianapolis Colts tickets start at just $6 a seat!
11/12/13 - The Indianapolis Colts were not only upset, but were blown out by the St. Louis Rams, bested 38-8 on Sunday. In their worst home loss in 20 years, the Colts looked entirely unprepared: Andrew Luck played perhaps a career-worst game with 3 picks and a costly fumble, and the defense allowed Rams rookie Tavon Austin to take it to the house three times. Coach Pagano and company will try and brush off Week 10’s glaring blemish on an otherwise first-rate season, when they take on the Tennessee Titans under Thursday Night lights. Indianapolis Colts tickets are just $23 to get in and $92 on average.
11/5/13 - In a hard-fought Sunday night win, the Indianapolis Colts defeated the Houston Texans 27-24, despite trailing for three quarters. Andrew Luck lead a stunning fourth quarter rally from an 18 point deficit, to top the opposition, making the Colts 3-0 over teams headed into playoffs (San Francisco, Denver, Seattle). Although Houston head coach Gary Kubiak collapsed at half time and was subsequently rushed to the hospital, in a post-game interview Andrew Luck related that his team was unaware of the incident. The Colts will move forward, hoping to make their mark even deeper in the AFC when they face the St. Louis Rams next Sunday. Indianapolis Colts tickets are just $9 to get in!
10/29/13 - The Indianapolis Colts will be fresh off their bye week to face the wayward Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium. Still feeling the loss of Reggie Wayne from a battering Week 7 victory over the Broncos, Andrew Luck will have to make use of his other targets, namely Darrius Heyward-Bey and T.Y. Hilton, who is averaging 58.9 yards per game. At the mid-point, the AFC South kings are provided with a softer schedule, playing the likes of the Rams, Jaguars, Titans and Cardinals for the second half of the season. Indy is looking to start things off right this Sunday by handing the Texans their 6th straight loss. Indianapolis Colts tickets are a moderately priced $38 to get in.
10/22/13 - Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts spoiled Peyton Manning’s homecoming in their Sunday victory over the previously undefeated Denver Broncos. While emotions were running high under daunting Sunday night-lights, Luck conducted yet another masterful game, out dueling the legendary Manning after his tribute. The showdown resulted in the student upsetting the professor, as Andrew Luck threw 21 of 38 for 228 yards, 4 TDs (one rushing) and no interceptions, as the Colts came up 39-33. Unfortunately Indianapolis did not leave Lucas Oil Stadium unscathed that night: a devastating blow came in the fourth quarter, when veteran receiver Reggie Wayne (in his 189th consecutive game, the longest among active players) went down on the field for yet another major injury in Week 7 of the NFL. Wayne sustained a season-ending ACL tear after trying to salvage a wayward pass from Luck, who blames himself for the injury. The “Bronco Busters” will enjoy their much needed bye week before trekking to Houston in Week 9 to play the Texans.
10/15/13 - The Indianapolis Colts were utterly denied in Monday Night’s loss to the San Diego Chargers, being held 9-19, despite being favored to win. The Colts were unable to even score a touchdown yesterday, as Philip Rivers and the Bolts maintained extensive ball possession, restricting Indianapolis to just three field goals by Adam Vinatieri. When the Colts did indeed have the opportunity to make moves, guilty receivers Darrius Heyward-Bey, T.Y. Hilton, and Coby Fleener could not hold onto the football. On the upside, the story of the game centered on Reggie Wayne, who became the 9th receiver in history to have achieved his 1,000th career reception, with a fourth quarter 21-yard pass from Andrew Luck. Up next is one of the biggest games of the season, featuring the Indianapolis Colts pitted against the undefeated Denver Broncos. It is understandably the highest priced game of the week, at $317 on average, and a pricey $156 just to get in for the Luck v. Manning face off.
10/8/13 - The Indianapolis Colts are atop of the AFC South, with a 4-1 record after ringing victorious over the equally game Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Russell Wilson and company led the game at halftime, but the whopping 73-yard touchdown pass made by Andrew Luck to T.Y. Hilton had already set the precedent for the rest of the game. Hilton had five catches for 140 yards, while Reggie Wayne slipped past the defense for six catches and 65 yards. Andrew Luck and his group of offensive playmakers bested the Seahawks 34-28, and the defense didn’t look too bad either, with veterans Robert Mathis, who leads the league in sacks through five weeks, and Cory Redding leading the way, the defense forced five field goal attempts on Sunday, and is third in the league for fewest touchdowns allowed. Indianapolis is heading into Week 6 on the road to play the San Diego Chargers and a rickety Philip Rivers. Indianapolis Colts tickets in California are the second lowest average ticket price of the week, at $111.
10/1/13 - The Indianapolis Colts are sitting atop the AFC Southern Division with a 3-1 record after their win over the thankless Jacksonville Jaguars. The Colts are proving to be a very physical running team, rushing for at least 100 yards in every game thus far with play makers Reggie Wayne and Trent Richardson. Quarterback Andrew Luck will try and further tap into the team’s offensive potential in their upcoming game against the Seahawks. While the Colts defense pounded the San Francisco 49ers earlier in the season, they are next set to play the still undefeated powerhouse of the NFC West, in what is sure to be an exciting game. Indianapolis Colts tickets for Week 5 at home average at $129 and $52 to get in.
9/24/13 - The No.1 overall pick in last year’s draft, Andrew Luck, is living up to his high expectations, and has significantly grown confidence in the pocket since his tremendous rookie year. His passing and playmaking skills with Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton are electric as seen in last Sunday’s win against the 49ers, and Luck’s former coach at Stanford, Jim Harbaugh. Also notable is Trent Richardson, who debuted his season with the Colts with a touchdown on his first carry. Indianapolis is in good standing with a 2-1 record as they head into Florida to play the Jacksonville Jaguars. Ticket prices are low for this game, averaging $34, and a mere $14 to get in.
Indianapolis Colts 2014 Season
Peyton Manning’s former team will open the regular season in Denver behind Andrew Luck who defeated his predecessor in their first-ever matchup in 2013. Andrew Luck vs. Peyton Manning Part II is second most expensive game in Mile High this year averaging $451. In regards to the reunion games: linebacker D’Qwell Jackson will face his former team in Cleveland in Week 14, defensive lineman Arthur Jones will go up against his former squad when they visit Sports Authority Field at Mile High (avg. $272) in Week 5, and receiver Hakeen Nicks will finally have a shot at the Washington Redskins (avg. $171) in Week 13 at home. The November 30 meeting will also feature the top two picks in the 2012 draft, Luck and Robert Griffin III, in one of the top NFL games of the year
. Overall, the price of Indianapolis Colts tickets at Lucas Oil Stadium are very similar to last year, up just three percent on the secondary market and averaging $216.
So exactly how did the Indianapolis Colts manage such a stunning turnaround of fortune last season? One word: Luck… as in quarterback Andrew Luck, who emerged last season — a season which may well be remembered alongside the famous 1984 season for rookie QBs — as a force to be reckoned with in the NFL after a stellar career at Stanford. With Luck calling the shots, the Colts roared to a second place finish in a difficult AFC South Division, and a top-ten placing in the league in yards passing per game. Luck’s favorite target, receiver Reggie Wayne, had a strong season as the team’s leading receiver, and diminutive T.Y. Hilton (only 5’9”) had a strong rookie season as the second target, while Donnie Avery made important contributions as well.
A concern, though, has to be the defense, which was in the bottom third of the league in both rushing yards allowed per game (21st) and passing yards per game (29th). The Colts took as their first-round draft pick defensive end Björn Werner, who impressed scouts with his instinctive line play while essentially learning the position from scratch in Germany, and then starring at Florida State. Indy faithful will be hoping for Werner to replace the departed Dwight Freeney, who led the squad in sacks a year ago.
Colts fans at Lucas Oil Stadium will be hoping the Blue and White can rise to the top in 2013. In addition to key AFC South division games versus the Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans, the Colts schedule at home features the Seattle Seahawks and a primetime Sunday Night Football game with the Denver Broncos. Seahawks QB Russell Wilson had a breakout rookie season last year, like the Colts’ Andrew Luck, even leading Seattle to a Wild Card playoff win over the Washington Redskins. Surprisingly, cheap Seahawks vs. Colts tickets on 10/6 start at only $52. When Denver travels to Indianapolis in late October, Broncos vs. Colts tickets will be some of the hottest in the NFL. It'll be former Colts’ QB Peyton Manning's first game back at Lucas Oil Stadium since joining the Broncos last season, and get-in prices are $185 — more than triple that of the Seahawks game two weeks prior.