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Malcolm Jenkins Filling the Void in Philadelphia Eagles Secondary

The Indianapolis Colts were one play away from taking what potentially could have been an insurmountable 10-point lead with less than five minutes remaining against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 2, when from out of nowhere, Malcolm...Show More Summary

Colts Stumble over Officiating, Coaching in Loss to Philadelphia Eagles

Despite some rough patches, this one was all but sealed for the Indianapolis Colts. Up 27-20 with six minutes remaining, the Colts had the Philadelphia Eagles right where they wanted. The offense had a first down on the Eagles' 23-yard line. Show More Summary

Philadelphia Eagles Face Few Obstacles in Pursuit of NFC East Title

Two weeks into the season, in sole possession of the NFC East lead after Monday night's comeback win over the Indianapolis Colts, the Philadelphia Eagles have a clear path carved out to a NFC East title. In addition to being the most...Show More Summary

Eagles vs. Colts: Twitter Reaction and Full Postgame Quotes

Another game, another loss for the Indianapolis Colts. This time around, the Colts found a new way to lose. The team got out to a fast start, behind a surprisingly strong run-blocking performance and stout red-zone defense. The Colts...Show More Summary

Eagles vs. Colts: Twitter Reaction and Full Postgame Quotes

By coming back from a 14-point second-half deficit to win for the second week in a row, the Philadelphia Eagles made NFL history with their 30-27 road victory over the Indianapolis Colts. Say what you want about the Eagles two games into the 2014 campaign. Show More Summary

Colts Good Enough to Win Division, but Still Far from Championship Team

Chuck Pagano and the Indianapolis Colts have spent three offseasons "Building the Monster." With overhauled personnel and new-look coordinators, Pagano intended to build a snarling, nasty defense like the kind he oversaw in Baltimore,...Show More Summary

Bad play call and bad no-call cost Colts

INDIANAPOLIS -- Let's get this out way: The officials missed the call where Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Brandon Boykin held Indianapolis receiver T.Y. Hilton when the Colts were trying to extend their seven-point lead in the fourth quarter. Everybody saw the hold except the officials. Show More Summary

LeSean McCoy, Darren Sproles Making Up for Problems in Eagles Passing Game

The Philadelphia Eagles managed to make history on Monday night against the Indianapolis Colts. In mounting a successful comeback against the Colts, the Eagles became the first NFL team since 1940 to start a season 2-0 after trailing...Show More Summary

Colts Still Trying to Fit Square Pegs in Round Holes with Flawed Game Plan

For the first time in many moons, the Indianapolis Colts played a football game that unfolded exactly as they would've liked on offense. It didn't end as they would've liked. Offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton and head coach Chuck Pagano...Show More Summary

Eagles beat Colts at buzzer with last-second field goal

Nick Foles threw a tying touchdown pass with 3:25 to go, and then set up Cody Parkey for the winning 36-yard field goal as time expired, lifting Philadelphia to a 30-27 win at Indianapolis on Monday night.

Colts face uphill battle at 0-2

INDIANAPOLIS -- Some observations from the Indianapolis Colts' locker room after their 30-27 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles at Lucas Oil Stadium: The statistics don’t favor the Colts (0-2) when it comes to making the playoffs. Only 12 percent of the teams that started 0-2 have made the playoffs under the current playoff format, which began in 1990. Show More Summary

Eagles quite impressed with Sproles

INDIANAPOLIS -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Eagles’ 30-27 victory over the Colts: Sproles redefined: Ever since acquiring Darren Sproles in a trade early in the offseason, Eagles coach Chip Kelly has been adamant that Sproles is a running back first. Show More Summary

Refs impact Colts-Eagles late with 1 missed call and 1 questionable penalty

A 30-second span featuring two questionable decisions by the officials affect an exciting second half back-and-forth between the Eagles and Colts. Indianapolis fans were fuming at NFL officials Monday Night. Sports fans angry at theShow More Summary

Refs, yes, and Sproles — but Colts killed selves by taking ball from Luck late

The Philadelphia Eagles gave the Indianapolis Colts a tutorial of how to handle the two-minute offense. The Colts were crippled by two bad referee errors late in a 30-27 Eagles victory Monday night, capped by a Cody Parkey field goal...Show More Summary

Colts' Andrew Luck Can Only Offer Blank Stare After Late 3-and-out vs. Eagles

Everyone loves a good "Manning face," but Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck provides a pretty good "Luck face" when he blankly stares into the distance. After the Colts went three-and-out on their final drive of Monday night's...Show More Summary

Mychal Kendricks Injury: Updates on Eagles LB's Calf and Return

Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks left Monday night's game at Lucas Oil Stadium against the Indianapolis Colts with a calf injury. The Eagles' official Twitter account reported on Kendricks' status: Bleacher Report's Adam...Show More Summary

Rapid Reaction: Indianapolis Colts

INDIANAPOLIS -- A few thoughts on the Indianapolis Colts 30-27 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles: What it means: The Colts should have now known the Eagles were going to get back into the game at some point despite being down 20-6 in the third quarter. Show More Summary

Rapid Reaction: Philadelphia Eagles

INDIANAPOLIS – A few thoughts on the Philadelphia Eagles’ 30-27 victory over the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. What it means: The Eagles beat a good Colts team with a gritty comeback on the road to start the season with a 2-0 record. Show More Summary

Eagles' Darren Sproles Runs Through Colts Defense on His Way to 19-Yard TD

The Indianapolis Colts are learning that when Philadelphia Eagles running backs have space to work with, they are tough to bring down. On a carry late in the third quarter of Monday night's game, Eagles running back Darren Sproles made...Show More Summary

Eagles ride second half rally for second straight week to earn 30-27 win over Colts

Cory Parkey converted a 36-yard field goal as time expired to give the Philadelphia Eagles a come-from-behind victory for the second straight week in a 30-27 win over the Indianapolis Colts. The Eagles rallied from a 17-0 deficit against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 1 and again rallied from a double-digit second half deficit to…

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