Marc Dykton

Marc Dykton

Did you forget that it’s Colts-Patriots week?  I don’t blame you.  Given the complete circus that the Colts have been off the field this season it’s easy to forget there are actual games being played. Believe it or not, the New England Patriots are the next team on the schedule. A game that would previously […]

The Colts season has been a pretty disastrous outing to this point.  Matt Ryan has been benched, the Colts continue to suck in divisional games, the offensive line is awful, Marcus Brady has been made a scapegoat and the team is under .500 with the playoffs looking like nothing short of a miracle at this […]

The Colts had a new quarterback under center and Sam Ehlinger at the very least lived up to his end of the deal.  Ehlinger went 17-of-23 for 201 yards and finished with a QB rating over 100 in the Colts 17-16 loss to the Washington Commanders.  Ehlinger wasn’t the reason for the Colts loss, not […]

If Jim Irsay ever wants to purchase another NFL team, the Washington Commanders fans would welcome him with open arms.  That’s according to Ben Standig, the Commanders beat writer for The Athletic, who joined Kevin & Query on Thursday to talk about the Colts’ opponent on Sunday.  Irsay’s comments about Commanders’ owner Daniel Snyder and […]

As the Colts turn the page to Sam Ehlinger on Sunday against the Washington Commanders it’s going to be interesting to see what the offense looks like.  Quite frankly, the offense with Matt Ryan looked broken.  An offense that couldn’t register any sort of regular rhythm or momentum from game to game or even drive […]

The Matt Ryan Era is over before we even got to Halloween and the Sam Ehlinger trial run is officially a go. Philip Rivers lasted only a season before retiring.  I’m sure the Colts would have happily brought him back for another season but it still would have a short-term solution.  The Carson Wentz tenure […]

*This article was written before the benching of Matt Ryan* Another AFC South divisional game, another loss for the Indianapolis Colts. That appears to be the routine around here as of late. Once again, the Colts got down double digits early and had to try and fight their way back into the game.  But trailing […]

The Colts have gone to the veteran QB well quite a bit.  It’s worked in the past (Philip Rivers) and it hasn’t (Carson Wentz).  Through five games, the Matt Ryan Experience has been a bumpy one.  He sure seemed like an upgrade over Wentz heading into the season but his recklessness with the football has […]

Joe Maddon has done it all. He’s managed a young and scrappy Tampa Bay Rays team, he was at the helm as the Chicago Cubs won their first World Series in 108 years and he most recently managed the likes of Mike Trout, Shohei Ohtani and Albert Pujols for the Los Angeles Angels.  Now, he’s […]

Five games into the season and the Colts are 2-2-1.  Not exactly how they drew it up.  Matt Ryan has looked old and had a case of the butterfingers.  Also, not ideal.  League-leading rusher a year ago Jonathan Taylor?  Not off to a great start either.  But one thing we were told not to worry […]