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Aug 26, 2017
TBA
PARKING: NFL Preseason: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Indianapolis Colts
Aug 26, 2017
TBA
Heinz Field Parking Lots
Pittsburgh
,
PA
Aug 26, 2017
Sat, 7:30 PM
NFL Preseason: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Indianapolis Colts
Aug 26, 2017
Sat, 7:30 PM
Heinz Field
Pittsburgh
,
PA
Aug 31, 2017
TBA
PARKING: NFL Preseason: Indianapolis Colts vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Aug 31, 2017
TBA
Aug 31, 2017
Thu, 7:00 PM
NFL Preseason: Indianapolis Colts vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Aug 31, 2017
Thu, 7:00 PM
Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis
,
IN
Sep 10, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Los Angeles Rams vs. Indianapolis Colts
Sep 10, 2017
TBA
Sep 10, 2017
Sun, 1:05 PM
Los Angeles Rams vs. Indianapolis Colts
Sep 10, 2017
Sun, 1:05 PM
Sep 16, 2017
TBA
Indianapolis Colts Football Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)
Sep 16, 2017
TBA
Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis
,
IN
Sep 17, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Indianapolis Colts vs. Arizona Cardinals
Sep 17, 2017
TBA
Sep 17, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Indianapolis Colts vs. Arizona Cardinals
Sep 17, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis
,
IN
Sep 24, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Indianapolis Colts vs. Cleveland Browns
Sep 24, 2017
TBA
Sep 24, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Indianapolis Colts vs. Cleveland Browns
Sep 24, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis
,
IN
Oct 01, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Seattle Seahawks vs. Indianapolis Colts
Oct 01, 2017
TBA
Oct 01, 2017
Sun, 5:30 PM
Seattle Seahawks vs. Indianapolis Colts
Oct 01, 2017
Sun, 5:30 PM
CenturyLink Field
Seattle
,
WA
Oct 08, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Indianapolis Colts vs. San Francisco 49ers
Oct 08, 2017
TBA
Oct 08, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Indianapolis Colts vs. San Francisco 49ers
Oct 08, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis
,
IN
Oct 16, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Tennessee Titans vs. Indianapolis Colts
Oct 16, 2017
TBA
Oct 16, 2017
Mon, 7:30 PM
Tennessee Titans vs. Indianapolis Colts
Oct 16, 2017
Mon, 7:30 PM
Oct 22, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Oct 22, 2017
TBA
Oct 22, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Oct 22, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis
,
IN
Oct 29, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Indianapolis Colts
Oct 29, 2017
TBA
Oct 29, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Cincinnati Bengals vs. Indianapolis Colts
Oct 29, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Paul Brown Stadium
Cincinnati
,
OH
Nov 05, 2017
Sun, 3:30 AM
PARKING: Houston Texans vs. Indianapolis Colts
Nov 05, 2017
Sun, 3:30 AM
Nov 05, 2017
Sun, 12:00 PM
Houston Texans vs. Indianapolis Colts
Nov 05, 2017
Sun, 12:00 PM
NRG Stadium
Houston
,
TX
Nov 12, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Indianapolis Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Nov 12, 2017
TBA
Nov 12, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Indianapolis Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Nov 12, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis
,
IN
Nov 26, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Indianapolis Colts vs. Tennessee Titans
Nov 26, 2017
TBA
Nov 26, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Indianapolis Colts vs. Tennessee Titans
Nov 26, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis
,
IN
Dec 03, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts
Dec 03, 2017
TBA
EverBank Field Parking Lots
Jacksonville
,
FL
Dec 03, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts
Dec 03, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
EverBank Field
Jacksonville
,
FL
Dec 10, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Buffalo Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts
Dec 10, 2017
TBA
New Era Field Parking Lots
Orchard Park
,
NY
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Colts-Tickets

Are you excited to see one of the league’s up and coming teams, featuring perhaps its brightest young quarterback? If so, Ticket King is your place to go for all Colts tickets. The Indianapolis Colts are indeed one of the NFL’s premier young teams, and the transition from Peyton Manning to Andrew Luck has been seamless. Luck has quickly established himself as one of the NFL’s best quarterbacks, and is the future best in the league. The team made it to the AFC Championship game in 2014. Will they regroup in 2016?

The Indianapolis Colts had a rough go of it in 2015. This was the year the Colts were supposed to rise all the way to the top of the mountain, winning the Super Bowl, and Andrew Luck was supposed to take his place as one of the best quarterbacks in the league. None of that happened. Luck missed most of the season due to injury, and the Colts finished 2015 8-8, missing the playoffs entirely. Now the Colts look to get back on track this season.

The Colts biggest concern entering 2016 was the offensive line. Andrew Luck needs to stay on the field, and if that is going to happen, they need to fix the offensive line. Right off the bat, round one, they drafted Ryan Kelly, the center from Alabama. Kelly will start immediately. In round three they drafted Le'Raven Clark, an offensive tackle from Texas Tech. In round five they drafted Joe Haeg, an offensive tackle from North Dakota State. In round seven, they drafted a second center, Austin Blythe from Iowa. Expect Blythe to be converted to a swing man role.

They also needed a safety. In round two, they selected T.J. Green from Clemson to fix that problem. The Colts also needed some outside linebacker depth. They selected two of those. First, in round four, they selected Antonio Morrison from Florida. In round seven, they selected Trevor Bates from Maine.

Due to their trades and other free agent spending, the Indianapolis Colts entered the 2014 off season with very few needs, however, this also left them with just five draft choices, so they had to make them count. Their biggest need entering the draft was an offensive lineman, and they selected Jack Mewhort from Ohio State with the 27th selection of the second round. They also selected Ulrick John from Georgia State in round seven to add some depth to that position. They also needed to add another wide receiver, and to solve this problem they added Donte Moncrief from Mississippi with the 26th selection in round three. The Colts also had one of my favorite selections in this draft, taking Western Kentucky’s Andrew Jackson in round six. Jackson is a little undersized, but all he does is produce and make plays. I think he could end up starting for the Colts sooner rather than later. The Colts also needed a defensive end, so they took Jonathan Newsome from Ball State in round five.

Colts Football Through The Years

The Colts organization was founded in 1953 as the Baltimore Colts, and since then they have been one of the NFL’s most successful organizations. Throughout their history the Colts have made the playoffs 26 times, won the division 15 times, won the conference seven times, and the league five times, which includes two Super Bowls. Throughout their history, the Colts have only called three buildings home. First they played in Municipal Stadium in Baltimore during their entire time there. Baltimore Colts fans were smart people, they were the first team with organized chants and they knew when to be quiet, and when to be loud. After the controversial move to Indianapolis in 1984, the Colts played in the RCA Dome until 2007. In 2008, they moved into Lucas Oil Stadium and that is where they play today.

The rise of this Colts team is undeniable. The question is not will then win a Super Bowl, but when.

“Very disappointing.” That is the best phrase that can be used to describe the overall performance of the Indianapolis Colts over the last few seasons. They drafted Andrew Luck first overall in 2011, and expected him to bring the team back into the NFL's elite. That never happened, at least not yet. Luck has battled injuries, stalling the efforts of Colts management. Add to that a combination of bad draft choices and free agency decisions and the team lost ground. But it's a new year, and the Colts had a very busy offseason.

The Colts’ first order of business this offseason was the purging veterans. They released former tackles leader inside linebacker D'Qwell Jackson, cornerback Patrick Robinson, and defensive tackle Arthur Jones. They re-signed running back Robert Turbin, and made several “lowball” offers to mid level players hanging around in free agency. The team picked up Linebacker Barkevious Mingo, defensive end Margus Hunt, nose tackle Al Woods, linebacker Sean Spence, and tight end Brandon Williams. In addition, the Colts had the advantage of a full draft for a change. The team had eight selections, all taking place in the first five rounds.

In round one, they needed a safety so they grabbed Malik Hooker from Ohio State. In round two they went for a cornerback with Quincy Wilson from Florida. In round three they drafted Tarell Basham, a defensive end from Ohio. In round four they went to the offensive line with the massive Zach Banner from USC. Banner stands 6'9”, almost 360 pounds. In round four, they added the tough running back Marlon Mack from South Florida. They went “small school” next with defensive tackle Grover Stewart from Albany State in Georgia. They finished their draft with cornerback Nate Hairston from Temple and inside linebacker Anthony Walker from Northwestern. Now that Andrew Luck is healthy, and the roster is reloaded with fresh legs, there are no more excuses for Indianapolis.

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