#1 T.Y. Hilton Breaks Marvin Harrison’s Team Record For 150-Yard Games von liny195 04.11.2019 08:33

With 199 yards against the Houston Texans on Sunday Indianapolis Colts T-Shirts , Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton broke Marvin Harrison team record for 150-yard games.Andrew Luck throws Colts past Texans 24-21, keeps playoff hopes alive.Andrew Luck throws for 399 yards, including lasers that suggest his arm is all the way back from shoulder surgery, as Colts keep playoff hopes alive.T.Y. Hilton Continues To Own The Houston Texans | 1070 the FanWhenever the Houston Texans show up on the schedule, T.Y. Hilton always seems to dominate. The Ghost did that again on Sunday afternoon in Houston.Kravitz: The playoff conversation includes the Colts earlier than anyone could have expected – The AthleticThis wasn’t supposed to happen this year, not in Frank Reich’s first season, not with Andrew Luck coming back from a lost year because of a shoulder injury.Colts’ Frank Reich passes his biggest test of the season – The AthleticIndianapolis' offensive-minded head coach followed last week's fruitless performance in Jacksonville with a head-turning win in Houston that turns the Colts back into playoff contenders.By The Numbers: Colts 24, Texans 21Check out a list of stats and notes from the Indianapolis Colts’ 2018 Week 14 victory over the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium.T.Y. Hilton lifts Colts out of doldrums by torching Texans againBattling multiple injuries, T.Y. Hilton lifted the Colts offense with a nine-catch, 199-yard performance in Houston, his personal playgroundPrideful Colts Defense Answers Call To Cool Off TexansThe Indianapolis Colts defeated the Houston Texans on Sunday, 24-21. Their defense prevented Deshaun Watson and the Texans offense from taking off like they did in the Texans’ victory over the Colts back in Week 4.Playoffs? Colts could be the team no one wants to playAnthony Castonzo on 24-21 victory over Texans: 'A statement win.'Colts’ Victory Keeps Playoff Hopes Alive Heading Into Week 15At 7-6, the Indianapolis Colts remain very much alive in the AFC playoff picture after their 24-21 victory over the AFC South-leading Houston Texans on Sunday.Colts’ notebook: Ho hum https://www.coltsfanshop.com/hats , another big day by T.Y. Hilton vs. Houston | FOX59INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – T.Y. Hilton needs to update his bio. You know, the one that mentions he’s from South Florida, attended Miami Springs H.S., moved on to Florida International and now calls Indy home. The easy edit: Owns a large piece of property in Houston.5 Things Learned: Colts Bounce Back With Impressive Win In Houston | 1070 the FanThe Colts (7-6) earned a mighty big road win in Houston on Sunday afternoon, beating the Texans, 24-21, in Week 14.Andrew Luck, T.Y. Hilton keep surprising Colts in AFC playoff race - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPNAfter struggling early, Frank Reich and the Colts made adjustments to get the offense on track, ending Houston's nine-game winning streak.First Impressions: Colts Defeat The TexansColts.com’s Andrew Walker takes a closer look at the Indianapolis Colts’ 24-21 victory over the Houston Texans in their 2018 regular season Week 14 matchup Sunday at NRG Stadium. I’ve been going back and forth with bellyaching Colts fans thus far in the off-season prior to the Colts’ next trip to the Super Bowl in 2019 (called shot). I came up with a thought exercise to get..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesStampede Blue homepageHorizontal - WhiteStampede Bluean Indianapolis Colts communityFollow Stampede Blue online:Follow Stampede Blue on TwitterFollow Stampede Blue on FacebookLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchStampede Blue main menuFanpostsFanshotsColtsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 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 ✕Breaking NewsAndrew Luck Retires×Colts staying the course in free agency with eyes on the draftNew,109commentsEDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Colts staying the course in free agency with eyes on the draftTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Bob Levey/Getty ImagesI’ve been going back and forth with bellyaching Colts fans thus far in the off-season prior to the Colts’ next trip to the Super Bowl in 2019 (called shot). I came up with a thought exercise to get you through this apparently “unbearable period of time” in which the Colts barely make a peep in free agency. Keep in mind that we’re just looking at a player’s base salary instead of cap hit for reference because it’s all about guaranteed money. Understand that yes, we could dive deeper into the exact financials of any deal to see if it would have been reasonable Indianapolis Colts Hoodie , but I’m not here to debate roster bonuses and performance bonuses as some sort of out to the argument. Let’s leave those at the door.Can you name one free agent that you’d pay more than T.Y. Hilton to come play for the Colts?If you said “Of course not. T.Y. is the linchpin of the offense and our most reliable and consistent play-maker. He’s Andrew Luck’s favorite target. What kind of question is that?”Good answer. His salary is $13 million for 2019. That eliminates guys like Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell, right? If you ever thought for one second that there was a chance “the price is right” for either of them, consider that both of them just got paid more per year by their new teams than T.Y. will this year. Nothing says loyalty than making sure your own home-grown stars are your highest earners.Let’s move on to the next example.Can you name one free agent that you’d pay more than Andrew Luck gets paid this year?If you answered “Of course not, Jared. He’s our Captain. Our franchise quarterback. A once in a generation talent. What kind of idiotic question is that?”Well, his salary is $9 million for 2019. That basically meant no Trent Brown, C.J. Mosley, Kwon Alexander, Mitch Morse, or Tyrell Williams. I’d also argue that $9 million number for Luck means no Bradley Roby, Sheldon Richardson or LaMarcus Joyner either, right?What kind of slap in the face to a guy like Luck would any of those signings have been?Can you name a free agent you’d pay more than Anthony Castonzo?If you blurted out “What are you thinking? He’s our anchor tackle. Without him, we’re toast on offense”, well... yeah you’re still right. Right?This is where we could argue about the fine line between upgrading the team and muddying the roster. Castonzo’s $6 million salary means no Ja’Wuan James https://www.coltsfanshop.com/Le_Raven-Clark-Jersey , Tashan Gipson, Golden Tate, John Brown, Za’Daruis Smith, Earl Thomas, Cole Beasley, Jamison Crowder, Trey Flowers, Rodger Saffold, C.J. Uzomah, Preston Smith, Jordan Hicks, Kareem Jackson Khari Willis Jersey , Robert Alford, and no, the Colts weren’t in on Tyrann Mathieu either.Someone in the comments will bring up Devin Funchess and I’ll calmly remind you that his salary is $3 million. Another will bring up Pierre Desir, but his base salary is $1 million. Thanks for playing, though! Roster bonuses and performance bonuses are not guaranteed money.Our beloved GM Chris Ballard has said time and time again that the Colts are not going to take a shot on a high value free agent. The Colts are going to build through the draft and use free agency to fill holes caused by injury. If your head is spinning, consider that 7 of these free agents that have signed for more money per year than Anthony Castonzo are 30 years old or older.Did you know that if you take Adam Vinatieri out of the equation, the Colts have the youngest roster in the NFL?Think about that. What logic is there in trying to sign players you’ll have to pay more than your current stars if your general manager has said he isn’t a fan of spending big on free agency and that his intent is to grow his own and build through the draft.I understand the possibility that if you don’t pay free agents now, you’ll struggle to do so in the future. Methinks consistently winning while organically building your roster will have a net positive effect on your team’s ability to draw free agents in the future. I imagine that the Colts interviewed several potential free agents and decided it’s probably better to get younger instead of attempting to “pay to win”. Think about the teams doling out big dollars for free agents so far. Oakland? Cleveland? Both New York teams? Perennial winners? Nope. I’d argue John Dorsey knows what he’s doing, Dave Gettleman must be trying to get himself fired or run out of town, Mayock/Gruden are somewhere in between the other two GMs here and the jury is still out on Mike Maccagnan.I’d be interested to see what you think about this thought exercise. Does this make sense? Does this ease your mind a bit? Let me know what you think in the comments.

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