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Hopefully Colts can learn from loss

She Said It: Time to regroup for primetime

After a frustrating loss at Pittsburgh, hopefully the Colts can bounce back on 'Monday Night Football' at the Giants.

Colts buddy Ahmad Bradshaw hopes so

Will facing G-Men inspire Hakeem Nicks?

Colts buddy Ahmad Bradshaw is hopeful a Monday night road game against his former employer, the New York Giants, will give Hakeem Nicks a chance to deliver for his new team.

Colts visit Giants on Monday

Five questions about Colts' next foe: Giants

GiantsBeat.com writer David Aitken provides his take on the New York Giants before Monday night's visit from the Colts.

Fan favorite active in community

Q&A: Long snapper Matt Overton

Colts fan favorite is pulling for the San Francisco Giants in the World Series, as the picture of his dogs shows, and gets a kick out of spending hours of weekly time in the Indy community.

Ugly loss was humbling to review

Colts try to move on quickly

An ugly 51-34 loss at Pittsburgh made for humbling film study as the Colts reviewed too many mistakes, vowed to learn from them and then turn their focus to Monday night game ahead.

Colts coach blames self for loss

Chuck Pagano: 'They outcoached us'

Colts head coach Chuck Pagano accepted the blame for his team's 51-34 loss at Pittsburgh Sunday. But his players were more than willing to share in the setback's accountability.

Colts rookie scores first NFL TD

Donte Moncrief one of few bright spots

Colts rookie wide receiver Donte Moncrief scored his first NFL touchdown in a seven-catch, 113-yard effort Sunday.

Colts defense reverts to dubious form

Wilson's Word: Flashback to not long ago

Ben Roethlisberger's 522-yard, 6-TD humbling of Colts defense brings back memories of poor Indy play last January.

Steelers QB has record day

'Big' Ben carves up Colts

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger rewrites team record books with 522 yards passing, six touchdowns in 51-34 Sunday trouncing of defenseless Colts at Heinz Field.

Colts must minimize turnovers

Five keys for Sunday vs. Steelers

The Colts are riding a five-game win streak into Pittsburgh, but must minimize turnovers and contain Steelers playmakers Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown to prevail at Heinz Field.

Injury issues aren't No. 1 concern

Wilson's Word: Take better care of the ball

Much will be made of the Colts' injuries entering Sunday's game at Pittsburgh, but this matchup boils down to the visitor's offense minimizing its tendency for turnovers.

Colts WR learned lesson last year

T.Y. Hilton: 'Ain't no replacing 87'

The Colts' No. 1 wide receiver learned a lot from playing without Reggie Wayne last year. Now he must do so again Sunday, with the team leader sidelined by an elbow injury.

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