VIDEO: Herald Bulletin sports reporter George Bremer breaks down what the Colts must do to pull the upset as Peyton Manning makes his return to Indianapolis.
- Another low point for Colts It was cold. It was gray. And the Indianapolis Colts had their collective horseshoe helmets handed to them. But hey, congratulations on that division title!
Bengals throw cold water on Colts AFC South title parade
It snowed before Sunday's game at Paul Brown Stadium and drizzled afterward. In between, the Cincinnati Bengals (9-4) rained points on a stumbling Indianapolis Colts defense en route to a 42-28 victory that clinched a key tiebreaker for the AFC playoffs.
- Colts Report Card: Week 14 The Herald Bulletin sports writer George Bremer grades the Colts' 42-28 loss at Cincinnati.
Dalton leads Bengals over Colts 42-28
Andy Dalton threw for three touchdowns and ran for another on Sunday, and the Cincinnati Bengals remained perfect at home and in control of the AFC North with a 42-28 victory over the Indianapolis Colts.
Frosty Colts offense hopes to unthaw in frigid Cincinnati
Andrew Luck spent his high school years in Texas and his college days in California. So its been awhile since the Indianapolis Colts' second-year quarterback has played in the snow.
Colts GameDay: From rugby, with love
Daniel Adongo had just one question before his first workout for the Indianapolis Colts. Did the team want him to run barefoot, or should he pull on his cleats?
- Eye on Opponent: Dalton's growth continues to spur Bengals There once was a thought Andy Dalton could be the heir apparent to Peyton Manning.
- Brown makes most of opportunity Donald Brown's forehead was dotted with a good-sized red welt and a spot of blood in the Lucas Oil Stadium locker room on Sunday — a souvenir from his first start of the season. The Indianapolis Colts running back's look matched his playing style, rough and gritty. He gained just 54 yards on 14 carries against the Tennessee Titans, but his 4-yard touchdown run with 1:56 remaining in the fourth quarter sealed the 22-14 victory.
- George Bremer: Mathis better than ever in Year 11 There was a lot of focus on the "new" Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. Three new starters — Donald Brown at running back, Jeff Linkenbach at right guard and Darius Butler at left cornerback — and three new additions to the game day roster — kick returner Chris Rainey, linebacker Josh McNary and wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers — received the bulk of the pregame attention. But it was two of the team's oldest players who made the biggest impact in one of the Indianapolis Colts' most important victories this year.
- Mike Lopresti: Colts good enough this time They zig, they zag. They beat Denver and Seattle and get plastered by scores of 40-11 and 38-8. When they are good, they can be very, very good. And when they're bad, they can be horrid. But they won't budge. Not yet, anyway.
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