Posts tagged Nate Dunlevy
- I never expected the game to be the defensive battle that it turned out to be, but I did expect the outcome that resulted.
- While I think Caldwell did a nice job keeping the team focused throughout the season, he made some terrible coaching decisions in this one.
- Pierre Garcon had one great game, atoning for many bad games in my opinion.
- The 2010 season has been an incredible season, made even more incredible by the fact that they made it to the playoffs at all. If they had even survived the game, I don’t think they could have challenged the Steelers.
Check it to Pancakes, Episode 15: Week 11 – Colts at Patriots
This week’s podcast includes special guest Nate Dunlevy (that’s Done-Lev-EE not Done-leave-EE), founder and lead blogger at 18to88.com. Last name pronunciation aside, he will always be Sensitive Mike to Coltzilla. Episode 15 reviews the Colts victory over the Bengals, provides updates and insights into the health of Colts players, and previews the big game on Sunday afternoon against the New England Patriots in Foxborough.
As always, we invite you to listen to the podcast and provide any comments or feedback on our performance. We work hard to provide fans with the content they are looking for in a podcast. If we’re missing the mark, let us know.
*A personal note: please visit 18to88.com to order your copy of Blue Blood: Tales of Glory of the Indianapolis Colts. Frankly, having read the book myself, I think it is a must own and must read for any Colts fan, young or old, and one of the easiest Colts fan Christmas gifts of the holiday season. Stocking stuffer? Your friend is a Colts fan? Get them a copy of Blue Blood. A personal thank you to Nate for participating this week.
Five Things to Watch: Colts v. Texans (Week 1)
Posted by Greg Cowan in 2010 Regular Season | 456 views
A chill is in the air, my wife is preemptively filing for divorce, and the tarps are being unfurled at EverBank Stadium, all of which can lead us to only one conclusion: the NFL season is about to start. Last year we witnessed our Indianapolis Colts have a great season, posting a 14-2 regular-season record, followed by them marching through the playoffs, only to see them be denied, for some unknown reason — the ability to play in the Super Bowl. Here are five things to watch as the Colts Season of Vindication™ kicks off Sunday in Houston:
1. The Return of Real Football
As heartbreaking as last season was, I cannot quit the NFL. While the Colts are my one true love, I eat up everything NFL, whether the Colts are involved or not. Fantasy? Count me and my 50 teams in. An afternoon game featuring the Raiders and Chiefs? Put me down for $20 on the Raiders! Horrible analysis from a grumpy, bitter Deion Sanders? Okay, let me rethink my love for all things NFL.
When it comes to sports, March through August are just cheap appetizers, undercooked, under-flavored, underwhelming, trying to tide me over, unsuccessfully, ’til my ribeye of football is brought to the table. Now it’s here, along with a stout beer, a sharp knife, and a wonderful horseradish sauce, and I’m ready to gorge myself. I just hope I’m getting dessert served to me in Dallas. More >
The Fantasy Ninjas Love Dunlevy’s Blue Blood
Nate Dunlevy’s book, Blue Blood is picking up a head of steam. Everyone who reads it, loves it. The book picked up another shining review from the Fantasy Ninjas. Check it out here.
Dunlevy’s Blue Blood: A Must Read
Sometimes, when you follow a team so close, for so long, you fail to realize just how much time has passed and your context begins to haze over. It is understandable that this could happen, particularly when you are a part of a fan base that is intoxicated by a wave of records, success, and amazing football.
There is nothing wrong with allowing yourself to savor the ride but if you want to truly appreciate how good it feels to be a Colts fan, you have to read Nate Dunlevy’s book, Blue Blood: Tales of Glory of the Indianapolis Colts.
Nate Dunlevy’s “Blue Blood” Now Available
While much of the Colts blogosphere is pining to achieve some level of legitimacy, enough to possibly gain a little access to some of the players and staff with the Colts franchise. Another Colts blogger, Nate Dunlevy of 18 to 88, is taking that effort to a new level.
Dunlevy recently completed, published, and released the book “Blue Blood: Tales of Glory of the Indianapolis Colts.” This book promises to provide a history of the Colts in Indianapolis, help solidify the story of the Colts since they moved to Indy in 1984. The fact is that few authors have really sought out to capture the story of the Colts since that move, and even fewer have succeeded in doing so.
Diehard fans, or interested football lovers who have enjoyed the rise of the Colts since Peyton Manning joined the team should purchase Dunlevy’s book, support all of the work he has done for free, and get a holistic view of how the Colts have reached where they are today.
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Nate Dunlevy On The State of Colts Contract Disputes
Nate Dunlevy at 18to88.com adds his thought to the ongoing discussions concerning the contract disputes Antoine Bethea, Robert Mathis, and Reggie Wayne are currently in with the Colts. He provides an insightful look into the player’s perspective, that along with the recent story here should give a bit more context to why all of these uncharacteristic player contract issues are occurring. It’s definitely worth a read.