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135 tackles through his first 12 career games Christine Michael Sr Jersey , Indianapolis Colts linebacker Darius Leonard is on pace to have one of the most prolific tackling season by a rookie since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger.How Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus created an uncompromising culture in Indy The AthleticEberflus is not running a defense. Hes instilling a culture that demands hustle, discipline and teamwork.Enough is enough. The NFL needs to help its officials by making everything reviewable The AthleticIt's time for the NFL to put mechanisms in place where clear-cut mistakes can be corrected.Colts Notebook: Defense Exceeding Pre-Season Expectations | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterOur first Colts Notebook of the week look at Matt Eberflus strong outing on Sunday, debating the use of no-huddle and how successful Denico Autry has been in his first season in Indianapolis.Colts Playoff Chances Improve With Key Win In Houston | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterSundays big win in Houston, along with some important Week 14 results elsewhere, improved the playoff chances for the Colts (7-6). How does latest the playoff picture look for the Colts?Ryan Kelly Considered A Top-25 Offensive Lineman By Pro Football FocusPro Football Focus recently released their list of the top 25 offensive lineman for 2018, and Indianapolis Colts center Ryan Kelly rounds out the list at No. 25.Colts waive TE Erik Swoope | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTVINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. The Indianapolis Colts have parted ways with one of their successful transitional players. Erik Swoope, who developed from power forward at the University of Miami to a pass-catching NFL tight end, was waived Tuesday.Colts Quick Scouting Report: Week 15 Vs. Dallas CowboysThe Indianapolis Colts host the Dallas Cowboys, arguably the NFLs hottest team,this Sunday in a game that is highly important for both sides. Lets take a look at the Cowboys.COLTS MEDIA The Indianapolis Colts announced on Wednesday that franchise great Dwight Freeney will be inducted into the teams Ring of Honor on their November 10th home game against the Miami Dolphins: The..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteStampede Bluean Indianapolis Colts communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsColtsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕After Dwight Freeney, Whos Next to be Inducted into the Colts Ring of Honor? New,53commentsEDTShareTweetShareShareAfter Dwight Freeney, Whos Next to be Inducted into the Colts Ring of Honor? Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesThe Indianapolis Colts announced on Wednesday that franchise great Dwight Freeney will be inducted into the teams Ring of Honor on their November 10th home game against the Miami Dolphins: Itll be fun watching all of those iconic Dwight Freeney spins against the Phins, am I right? But in all seriousness, it begs the question of whos up next after Freeney in the franchises illustrious Ring of Honor. Here are the top candidates:Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesRobert Mathis: Its hard to believe that the franchises all-time career leader in sacks (123.0) and forced fumbles (54) was once an unheralded 5th round pick out of Alabama A&M in 2003. The undersized, yet speedy pass rusher went on to become a Super Bowl XLI Champion, 1x First-Team All-Pro, 1x 2nd-Team All-Pro Pat McAfee Color Rush Jersey , 5x Pro Bowler, and AFC Defensive Player of the Year (2013)when he led the league with a whopping 19.5 sacks, during his 14 seasons in Indy (2003-16). Mathis is the clear top candidate on this list because hes had the best Colts career of any player on it. Aside from Reggie Wayne, one could argue that no Colts non-quarterback has meant as much to the Colts franchise from a leadership perspective as Mathis. Despite retiring in 2016, the 38 year old has remained heavily involved with the franchise during the last two seasons, serving as a Pass Rush Consultant on the Colts coaching staff. [Hell likely still be involved with developing the Colts young pass rushers as part of his new training endeavor in Indy as well.]If nothing else, Mathis induction gives team owner Jim Irsay the fitting quip, Freeney and Mathis are right next to each other once again. First, on opposing quarterbacks. Second, on the all-time sack list. Finally, in consecutive years being inducted into the Colts Ring of Honor and having their names immortalized on the top of the Lucas Oil bowl right next to one another, perhaps. Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesDallas Clark: Always a fan favorite, Dallas Clark used his glove-less hands to catch 427 receptions for 4,887 receiving yards (11.4 ypr avg) and 46 touchdown receptions during 9 seasons in Indianapolis (2003-11). Those 4,887 receiving yards trail only legendary tight end John Mackey, while his 427 receptions and 46 touchdowns rank 1st among tight ends in franchise history respectively. Clark became Peyton Mannings sure-handed security blanket over the middle en route to becoming a Super Bowl XLI Champion, 1x First-Team All-Pro, and Pro Bowler. He was arguably one of the first prototypes of the modern day NFL tight ends, who tend to specialize in elite catching at the expense of blocking. Sure, some people will say well always have this weird Peyton Manning Sprint commercial where a younger Peyton infamously whispers, Clark. at the end surrounded by angry Dolphins. However https://www.coltsfanshop.com/Jack-Doyle-Jersey , I like to think that Clarks biggest contribution to the Colts was his ridiculous 14-yard, 3rd and 5 catch with 3:57 left in the 4th quarter during the 2006 Divisional Round against the Baltimore Ravens. On that special play, cornerback Corey Ivy was draped all over him; however, Clark made a miraculous one-handed catch, converting the first down, and essentially clinching the game for the Coltswho went on to win an elusive Super Bowl Championship. Simply put, the 2003 first round Hawkeye lived every bit up to his high draft billing, and the good news is that hell maybe be able to read this because Iowa has internet now. Whew. Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty ImagesTarik Glenn: Perhaps the most underrated star of the Peyton Manning era, Tarik Glenn played in a star-studded era of left tackles that included Orlando Pace, Walter Jones, Jonathan Ogden, Willie Roaf, and Tony Boselli. While Glenn didnt draw the fanfare like his elite left tackle contemporaries, he did always manage to keep Peyton Mannings jersey clean, and most importantly, #18 healthy and upright on consistently one of the leagues best offensive lines. The former 1997 first round pick out of Cal was enormous at 65, 332 pounds, with plenty of power in the run game, but also had the sweet feet of a dancing bear in pass protection. [Yes, Colts fans had to overlook the occasional false start, but the trade-off was worth it].Glenn was a Super Bowl XLI Champion and 3x Pro Bowler in Indianapolis from 1997-06. He played in 154 career games for the franchise Adam Vinatieri Jersey , starting all of them. Honestly, of any player on this list, he might be the one that would be the most enjoyable to see inductedbecause he was often the most overlooked. The big man was quietly great. Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty ImagesBob Sanders: Call him The Eraser, The Hitman, you name it, but Bob Sanders was a truly special player. He played to knock opposing players out, while still having tremendous speed and instincts to fly all over the field, making playseven in pass coverage. Undersized at 58, 206 pounds? Hardly. He was a human heat-seeking missile patrolling in the Colts secondary.With Bob Sanders bulging biceps backing them up, the Colts defense had a mean streak and a much needed physical identity that helped catapult them to Super Bowl Championship heights upon his return in 2006becoming the catalyst of their then suddenly surging playoff defense. It was like having their muscular, weight-lifting big brother show up to the playground fight. Because of injuries, Sanders Colts career was unfortunately cut too short (2004-10), but the former 2004 2nd round pick out of Iowa became an instant fan favoriteplaying with reckless abandonment (and no real regard for human life). The Colts destroyer of worlds became one of the greatest defensive players to ever don the horseshoe (seriously, dont @ me). Sure, Sanders flame may not have burned long, but it arguably burned the brightest on this list as the 2007 NFL Defensive Player of the Yearhaving also become a 2x First-Team All-Pro during his playing career. Troy Polamalu. Ed Reed. Bob Sanders. When fully healthy, Sanders was that type of dynamic All-Pro safety and a truly dangerous weapon for the Colts defense to unleash on opponentsmuch to their dismay and overall soreness. Verdict: Robert Mathis (although all of these Colts are well deserving)

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