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Topic - Chuck Pagano
Colts coach Chuck Pagano has a simple plan for surviving the first four games without Robert Mathis.
The Indianapolis Colts might have had more glaring needs. But general manager Ryan Grigson was still looking for a couple of guys who could help his biggest asset, Andrew Luck.
The Colts are sending a larger contingent to the Pro Bowl than they first expected.
When coach Chuck Pagano arrived home after Saturday's playoff victory, he tried to settle down. Instead, he settled in for the reality that the Colts aren't finished yet.
When coach Chuck Pagano arrived home after Saturday's playoff victory, he tried to settle down.
On a day Andrew Luck appeared to be pressing and, at times, as bad as he ever has while putting Indianapolis in a 28-point deficit, the Colts quarterback somehow turned things around. He threw three of his four touchdowns in the second half, scored on a fumble return and connected with a wide-open T.Y. Hilton on a 64-yard TD pass to give the Colts an improbable 45-44 wild-card victory Saturday.
Colts coach Chuck Pagano has kept it loose all week.
On at least three occasions this season, an opposing coach was asked what it takes to stop Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles. Each time, they came back with the exact same response. "If you've got the answer," Colts coach Chuck Pagano said, "I'm all ears."
Colts coach Chuck Pagano befriended John Harbaugh years ago.
Colts coach Chuck Pagano isn't looking for an apology over Jeff Triplette's latest officiating controversy.
Here they come: the Panthers, Cardinals and Steelers.
The easiest one-word summary of the 2013 fantasy football season so far: Ouch.
The Colts' victory over Peyton Manning came at a hefty price.
Ahmad Bradshaw's season is over and his brief stop in Indy might be, too.
The Indianapolis Colts got the message, loud and clear. The team owner expects a sharper performance and a better effort Sunday night against the New York Giants.
"We'll get through this," Pagano said. "We'll come together as a team. We'll come together as a family. We'll come together as an organization, and we'll get through this. We love and respect Robert Mathis. He's a horseshoe guy; he's a pillar guy. Like I said before, we've got his back. Everybody in this organization has his back, and we'll get through this. And at the end of the day, we'll all be better for it."
"There's going to be adversity and there's going to be circumstances," Pagano said. "Nobody's built better to handle adversity than this group of people right here in this organization."