2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
10-6, 2nd in AFC South

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

2019 COLTS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE – Sept. 8 at CHARGERS; Sept. 15 at TITANS; Sept. 22 vs. FALCONS; Sept. 29 vs. RAIDERS; Oct. 6 at CHIEFS (SNF); Oct. 20 vs. TEXANS; Oct. 27 vs. BRONCOS; Nov. 3 at STEELERS; Nov. 10 vs. DOLPHINS; Nov. 17 vs. JAGUARS; Nov. 4 at TEXANS (TNF); Dec. 1 vs. TITANS; Dec. 8 at BUCCANEERS; Dec. 16 at SAINTS(MNF); Dec. 22 vs. PANTHERS; Dec. 29 at JAGUARS;

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts QB Andrew Luck, who is normally pretty reserved, said he originally turned down the idea of doing the Bodyarmor commercial, but then changed his mind once he heard Angels OF Mike Trout wanted him to be involved in. As far as his dance moves, Luck said he didn't come up with those. "I had a very good choreographer who taught me those moves, but that was all me," Luck said.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts All-Pro LB Darius Leonard didn't hold back in saying he's still pissed off that he didn't make the Pro Bowl last season. Leonard, despite missing a game last season, led the NFL in tackles with 163, which was 19 more than the next closest player.


Pooch Punting With Pat

Mina talks to former Colts punter Pat McAfee about acting reckless on press row of an NCAA Tournament game (4:03), which NFL coach would win a royal rumble (13:59), the kind of texter Colts GM Chris Ballard is (12:48), her experience portraying The Undertaker (43:01), and which team should be favored in the AFC North (48:32). Plus, Mina offers strong takes on beer and Pat decides how much money he'd pay to have an hour long conversation with his dog.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Robert Mathis will still be teaching his pass-rush skills to players. He just won't be doing it with the title of Colts assistant defensive line coach. Mathis left that position with the team so that he could team up with a number of former NFL players to work at a sports performance facility in Westfield, Ind. Mathis would not have been able to be an assistant coach and work at the performance facility due to NFL league rules. Now he has the freedom to work with players during a time where teams are not allowed to train their players. "The Colts have done a great job supporting me," Mathis said. "I'm still a partner with them. I'm just not a coach with the team anymore. They know my heart is in a good place. They know I have good intentions and that I want the best for them. This is one of the ways I feel like I can help them. It's a win-win because I still get to do what I'm passionate about in teaching while helping guys on the team I spent my entire career with. Everything is legal. There's no gray area. I'm ecstatic about it and so are the Colts." A number of Colts defensive lineman, including Kemoko Turay and Jihad Ward, are currently working with Mathis and former Colt Dan Muir.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Browns and Colts will hold three days of joint training camp practices in August at Grand Park Sports Complex in Westfield, Ind., about 30 minutes north of Indianapolis. The practices will be before the second preseason game.

Kellerman: It's time for Luck to step up (0:59)

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Team Stats

Passing Yards278.86th
Rushing Yards107.420th
Points For27.15th
Points Against21.5

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