Indianapolis Colts: Ink On Indy’s Mid-Season Review

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Nov 8, 2015; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (12) shakes hands after the game with Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (18) at Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis defeats Denver 27-24. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

With the Colts at 4-5, Give your prediction their final record and reasons why.

The Colts may be 4-5, but the toughest teams remaining on the schedule are the Atlanta Falcons (6-3) and the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-4)they are both beatable teams. After a hot start, the Falcons have struggled the last few weeks and Matty Ice is just too inconsistent. Like the Colts, the Steelers have also been plagued with injuries. Ben Roethlisberger has missed time with a sprained MCL and foot and ankle sprains. Le’Veon Bell is gone for the season and they have yet to get back in sync offensively due to all of their injuries.

After of this weekend’s game against the Falcons, they will host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before traveling to Pittsburgh. There is a week 16 matchup in Miami that doesn’t seem as risky for the Colts as it did in the preseason because the Dolphins are a dumpster fire. Oh, and the Colts play three more games against the AFC South. So what’s my prediction? With that remaining schedule, I say the Colts can go 10-6 at best or 9-7 at the worst.

Pierre Wilson:

8-8. The remaining schedule really benefits the Colts. I could see them going 9-7, only losing to Atlanta and Pittsburgh, but they’ll likely drop another one along the way and finish at .500

Mathew Muncy:

I think they will finish 8-8. Matt Hasselbeck was able to guide this team to two straight victories, so he should be able to shoulder them through the next four to six games. The Colts schedule isn’t too difficult to end the season and includes three games against division foes. 

Andrew Turpen:

This may be completely blind and biased by my fandom but after the promotion of Chudzinski I had a great feeling about the Colts for the rest of the season. Call me crazy, but I’ve got the Colts nearly winning out and finishing 10-6. 

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