LaRon Landry suspended four games for violating PED policy
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com (9/29/14) Colts safety LaRon Landry has been suspended four games for violating the league's policy on performance enhancing substances, the team announced. Landry will be eligible to return to the team's active roster for Week 9 against the Giants. He was second on the team in tackles with 23 stops (19 solo) and one sack before the suspension.
Colts win second straight blowout
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com (9/28/14) The Colts blew the Titans out in Week 4, with a 41-17 win Sunday.
The Colts dominated the Titans defensively, taking advantage of backup quarterback Charlie Whitehurst's limitations as a passer. The Titans managed just 261 yards of total offense in the game, and Whitehurst was sacked three times. The Colts also accounted for three turnovers, including a pair of interceptions.
The Colts offense allowed 61 points over the first two games of the season, before a pair of matchups with the Jaguars and Titans allowed them to turn things around. They face a tougher test with the Ravens on the schedule for Week 5.
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com (9/21/14) The Colts DST allowed a couple late touchdowns in an otherwise strong game against the Jaguars.
Indianapolis shut down Jacksonville until Blake Bortles entered the game. Bortles managed two scores against the Indy DST. It wasn't all bad, as they also picked off Bortles for a touchdown late in the contest. The team racked up four sacks, two interceptions and one fumble during the game.
The Colts DST will look for more Week 4 against the Titans.
Arthur Jones to miss 2-4 weeks with high ankle sprain
The Colts have already dealt with issues stopping the run in the team's first two games, and Jones' absence could mean their defensive woes could continue. Fortunately, the team faces a juicy matchup against the pedestrian Jaguars offense in Week 3.
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This could be the year Chuck Pagano's vision comes into focus in Indianapolis. The DST stunningly finished as a Top 10 unit last season thanks to a very strong finish against the Texans, Chiefs and Jaguars. They ranked 13th against the pass but a disappointing 26th against the run. So when the Colts had the chance to add run-stuffer D'Qwell Jackson after the Browns cut him, they didn't hesitate. If Jackson can do for the Colts what he did for the Browns then the unit has a chance to be really good. It would be even more interesting if they could improve on their special-teams play -- the Colts didn't score a single touchdown on their kick or punt return squads. It will be hard to pull the trigger on the Colts as a start-worthy DST this summer, so don't do it. Expect them to be a consideration off waivers either when you need a one-week replacement or when you get fed up with the DST you drafted.