Feature Dynasties
The dynasties we recommend...
- Braves May 1st Update. by bkrich83 (4)
- May 1st Standings and League Leaders by bkrich83 (6)
- 2012/13 Eastern Conference Semi Finals Recap - East Finals Preview by cgalligan (7)
- Draft Results by wolvesjr34 (3)
- General Manager's Assessment Allstar Break by wolvesjr34 (2)
- 2012/13 Western Conference Semi Finals Recap - West Finals Preview by cgalligan (7)
- Monday, April 4, 2011 by rbowlden (1)
- Sunday, April 3, 2011 by rbowlden (0)
- RTTS 2014 Regular Season Update 1 by crbuke (1)
- Chicago Cubs (fantasy draft) by Pete_Dogg_18 (5)
See all the latest Dynasty Comments in one location.
Sunday, February 22, 2015
02:09 PM - February 22, 2015. Written by Roscosuper

Dynasty: Roscosuper
12:00 PM - February 22, 2015. Written by Fridge Combat
Bolts Insider

10:00PM - August 15, 2014,
CenturyLink Field,
Seattle, WAS

Remember, full video coverage is available here!


San Diego Chargers at Seattle Seahawks
Aug 15, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
San Diego Chargers (0-1)003710
Seattle Seahawks (1-0)141432456w6
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense268478
Rushing Yards45233
Passing Yards223245
First Downs1722
Punt Return Yards917
Kick Return Yards196118
Total Yards473613
3rd Down Converstion56
4th Down Conversion00
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/15/2
Posession Time25:3826:22
San Diego Chargers
K. Kolb22/3524913
K. Clemens1/31400
B. Oliver12342.80
R. Mathews561.20
D. Brown252.50
J. Baldwin - WR56513.00
J. Phillips - TE5377.40
B. Oliver - HB46817.00
S. Ajirotutu - WR3165.30
K. Allen - WR2189.00
R. Mathews - HB23417.01
D. Paulson - TE11616.00
D. Brown - HB199.00
T. Bond - LG01
A. Gachkar - MLB6000
J. Young - FS5000
J. Addae - SS5000
C. Davis - CB4000
J. Verrett - CB4000
S. Williams - CB4000
R. Mathews - DE4000
M. Te'o - MLB3000
T. Palepoi - DE3000
D. Stuckey - FS3000
C. Liuget - DE2100
M. Gilchrist - SS2000
D. Butler - MLB2000
S. Lissemore - DT1000
K. Reyes - DE1000
N. Novak1/21/1519
P. Scifres414837.01
A. Blake37324.30
C. Davis511623.20
L. Brazil36120.30
C. Davis199.00
Seattle Seahawks

The Chargers travelled to Seattle this week, home of the Superbowl champions. Seattle defeated the Broncos in their first preseason game, struggled to run the football but took the ball away 3 times. The Chargers let up 430yds of offense last week, so the defense was looking to step up this game.

So on a typical rainy night in Seattle, the Chargers win the coin toss and go to work. The Bolts seemed to start well, managing to convert a 3rd down, but 2 consecutive sacks by CB Richard Sherman and DE Michael Bennett, killed the drive.

As expected, Beast Mode made his presence felt early, breaking off big runs and throwing around defenders. 3rd and 8 on SD 23, the Bolts brought the pressure, breaking down Wilson's pocket. However, the young player maker moved around to find space and the blitz, rolled out and found newly acquired WR Danario Alexander just short of the the endzone. Improvisation at it's best. The drive was capped off by a 1yrd toss by HB Robert Turbin.

After a quick 3-and-out, the Hawks came straight back onto the field, and a quick pass to WR Doug Baldwin resulted in a 19yd TD before the end of the quarter. The Chargers had -4 total yds in the 1st quarter.
14-0 Seahawks.

The Chargers first drive of the quarter was actually sparked by rookie HB Brandon Oliver. With some good catches, and some positive movement on the ground, the Chargers worked their way to the Hawks 11yd line. Unfortunately, 2 miscommunications between QB Kellen Clemens and WR Seyi Ajirotutu resulted in two potential TDs being missed. To make matters worse, whether it be the rain or the holder, K Nick Novak's 26yd FG bounced off the left upright. The drive lasted over 10 mins, but resulted in no points for the Chargers.

The Bolts managed to hold the Hawks to a 3rd down, but rolling left and throwing to his right, QB Tavaris Jackson slings a bullet to HB Marshawn Lynch on a comeback, despite great coverage from CB Jason Verrett. A 19yd pass to Robert Turbin on a flat-out results in a Hawk's TD.

Another 3 and out for the Chargers, and the Hawks took full advantage. A 16yd pass to WR Kevin Norwood dragging his feet in the endzone, put another score on the board before the half.
28-0 Seahawks.

A nice catch here by Norwood puts the Seahawks out of reach.

Receiving the ball, the Seahawks seemed to drive down the field with ease. T. Jackson used his feet to escape pressure and make some passes on the move to his TEs. However, DE Corey Luiget, back on the field from a substitution, finally got to the QB, leading to a 22yd FG. This was the first possession that didn't lead to a TD.

The Chargers first points of the day finally came with 2 minutes left in the 3rd Qtr, in the shape of 9yd FG. But, a re-occurring theme, T. Jax pushed his team down the field, finishing with 3yd scamper for a TD.

But, as if by some miracle, the Chargers mounted a full drive, capped off by a 22yd pass and catch to HB R. Mathews. Not only that, T. Jax scrambles out on the next drive, allowing the Bolts to hold the Seahawks to another FG.

With just over 2 mins in the half, Kevin Kolb brought his guys onto the field to try and get some points. However, this effort was short lived, after trying to throw the same pass for a 2nd time, the route is jumped by SS Jeron Johnson and the pick is turned into 24yd TD. It would be his 2nd INT in as many games.

Jeron Johnson makes a great read, exploiting Kolb's predictable passing.

So with the game completely out of hand, Kolb trying to make something happen throws his 2nd INT to CB Jeremy Lane. Naturally, the Hawks are able to turn it into points, after a ridiculous 69yd Beast Mode-esque run by Robert Turbin.

With their last possession of the game, the Chargers managed to move down the field rather well, but with only 8 seconds left, Kolb throws it up to his TE Ladarius Green in double coverage, but it's picked off by CB Tharold Simon.

So the Chargers get absolutely blown out by the Hawks, showing nothing on offense or defense. Luckily, this is only the preseason so a lot of 2nd string guys were on the field. Hopefully when the regular season comes a lot of these problems will be ironed out.
The Chargers fall to 0-2 in the preseason.

Offensive Game ball: N/A

Defensive Game ball: 3rd string linebacker Andrew Gachkar made some nice plays out there, containing a lot of potential break-out runs to short gains. Andrew shows quite a bit of potential.

The Bolts Insider is an independent news-letter, created by a long-time, avid Charger fan, dedicated to bringing you all the top news and results as they happen!
Dynasty: Fridge Combat
Friday, February 20, 2015
07:58 PM - February 20, 2015. Written by Roscosuper

Dynasty: Roscosuper
07:56 PM - February 20, 2015. Written by Roscosuper

Dynasty: Roscosuper
04:49 PM - February 20, 2015. Written by Energizergamer
We are a quarter of the way through the season already and the Colts remain perfect. Even though their record is unblemished they still have done with to do. More specifically on the offensive side of the ball. Andrew Luck had a game where he threw three picks, to bring his yearly total up to eight. This offensive unit needs to get things going

Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans
Jan 19, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Indianapolis Colts (4-0)030811
Tennessee Titans (1-3)077721
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense148318
Rushing Yards56103
Passing Yards92215
First Downs718
Punt Return Yards017
Kick Return Yards2658
Total Yards174393
3rd Down Converstion35
4th Down Conversion01
2-Point Conversion10
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals12
Posession Time17:3922:18
Indianapolis Colts
Andrew Luck18/2721023
Knile Davis26843.21
Donte Moncrief45313.30
Ray McDonald5400
Tennessee Titans
Zack Mettenberger12/2012310
Dexter McCluster17553.20
Kendall Wright44411.00
Dynasty: Energizergamer
08:27 AM - February 20, 2015. Written by Fridge Combat
Bolts Insider

The Chargers managed to take the Cowboys down to the wire but, more importantly, managed to escape without any injuries. Thus far they have remained quiet in free agency, but here's some of the movement around the league.


SEA - D. Alexander WR - 1.84M - Since it's inception, Alexander's career has been up and down. Now he has a chance to make a mark, joining a Superbowl winning team and an inexperienced WR corps, if he can stay healthy.

DET - S. Rice WR - 2.13M - Detroit have added Sidney Rice to create a, potentially, devastating passing attack. If Rice can stay healthy, and Stafford doesn't pass to Megatron all year, Rice may see a lot of targets.

CAR - E. Royal WR - 2.48M - A smart signing by the Panthers. With the only receiving options being rookie Kelvin Benjamin and 10 year veteran Jerricho Cotchery, Royal can add a speedy slot option and good returning skills.

WAS - R. McDonald DE - 5.41M - With this huge signing comes a huge price tag. Outstanding DE Ray McDonald will join DT Barry Cofield and fellow DE Jason Hatcher to form a fearsome front for the 'Skins defense, allowing their talented OLBs to wreak havoc. Big signing.

Ray McDonald could be the catalyst the 'Skins defense needs this year.

IND - C. Houston CB - 1.58M - The CB from Arkansas will add a veteran presence to a young but explosive defensive cornerback corps. Whilst not a totally proven commodity, Houston will likely start over fellow CB Greg Toler perhaps due to his experience.

PIT - J. Greer CB - 2.87M - With long-time ex-Steeler CB Ike Taylor still in free agency, Pittsburgh have made an unusual move in bringing in veteran corner Jabari Greer. Coming off an ACL injury in 2013, we will have to see if the former undrafted rookie out of Tennessee will be completely ready to go.

MIA - V. Leach FB - 950K - With a dynamic RB duo in Lamar Miller and Knowshon Moreno, Leach adds a wrecking ball at FB who can plug gaps in the O-Line and flatten players in the secondary. Scraping into the 'Top 100' players on NFL.com, Leach is one of if not the best blocking FB in the game today.

CLE - D. Akers K - 2.3M - Possibly one of the best place-kickers in the league, holding records for most FGs in a season, points in a decade and most points in a season (without TDs). If the Browns can get anywhere within the 50, they should get points.


MIA - L. James HB - The 2nd year man out of Oregon will have a tough time finding a new team this year, with so many running backs in free agency. The much-lauded RB has struggled to find the field thus far, but he has all the physical talent to play the position.
Possible Landing Spots: NYG/ JAX/ NO

SF - B. Lloyd WR - Lloyd is no spring chicken at this point in his career. Notable by his league-leading production in 2010, the journeyman has actually struggled at most of the 6 teams he has played for. With attitude issues and lack of production, don't expect Lloyd to be signed anytime soon.
Possible Landing Spots: CHI/ CLE/ PIT/ HOU

OAK - C. Rogers CB - The former first round pick has now been added to the free agency shelf for CBs over 30. That said, Rogers has spent most of his career as a starter and has little to no off-field issues. He has however lost a step and does have some injury issues. He's not the best veteran CB on the market, but a team may find space for him down the line.
Possible Landing Spots: CHI/ KC/ MIA/ ATL/ NYJ/ DET/ WAS/ PIT

STL - I. Pead HB - One of the highest rated RB prospects in the 2012 draft, Pead has not lived up to the hype. He struggled in his rookie season, dropping below 7th Rnd pick Darryl Richardson, (who was also released), on the depth chart. He was also suspended a game for substance abuse. He has great hands and great speed, however, and is still young so there's a chance he will find a team by free agency next year.
Possible Landing Spots: NYG/ JAX/ NO/ SD

SEA - K. Williams DT - (Prior to this analysis, why his rating is so low in the game I will never know!) You're a 4-3 team in need of D-Line help, and you have a 6-time Pro-Bowler and member of the all decade team in free agency. If Kevin Williams doesn't find a team before the season is out, I'd be shocked. He is just too talented and too much of a contributer to not be signed, even for depth.
Possible Landing Spots: Any 4-3 team!

It's insane to think that one of the most talented D-Line men of this decade may be out of the job this year.

Unfortunately, Pre-Season also comes with it's own stack of injuries. With week 1 out of the way, we will outline some of the major ones.


ATL - J. Jones WR - Shoulder Tear (4 Weeks) - ATL staff and fans have to be relieved only losing Julio for the first week of the season. Likely he will be the same top-tier receiver when he returns.

GB - H. Clinton Dix FS - Partial MCL Tear (4 Weeks) - The rookie out of 'Bama should be fine come week 2 of the season, however his loss brings more problems, as seen below.

GB - M. Hyde FS - Dislocated Hip (7 Weeks) - The Packers also lose 2nd year man Micah Hyde, estimated to return at the season quarter mark. With no roster space, it will be interesting to see how the Packers will respond. Whether placing one on IR, letting somebody go to sign a FS, or simply use their depth until Dix returns.

DEN - D. Thomas WR - Knee Cartilage Tear (4 Weeks) - Another injury to a big-time receiver here. Luckily, with the correct rehab, Thomas will be back on the field for week 2 of the season.

TB - M. Wright SS - Fractured Elbow (8 Weeks) - The Bucs are a team that can't afford to be losing players now, especially in the secondary. The loss of Wright will likely cause a lot of trouble in their pass defense.

The Bolts Insider is an independent news-letter, created by a long-time, avid Charger fan, dedicated to bringing you all the top news and results as they happen!
Dynasty: Fridge Combat
Thursday, February 19, 2015
02:26 PM - February 19, 2015. Written by Roscosuper

Dynasty: Roscosuper
02:20 PM - February 19, 2015. Written by Roscosuper

Dynasty: Roscosuper
12:29 PM - February 19, 2015. Written by nwcizhere

With the NBA season quickly approaching, here's a look at the Denver Nuggets opening night roster.

The Nuggets are in a bit of a transition era, and many pundits expect the team to be extremely active around the trade deadline.

Denver Nuggets Opening Day Roster
00Darrell ArthurPF266-9235$3,457,149
1Alonzo GeeSF276-6225$915,243
3Ty LawsonPG275-11195$11,595,506
4Randy FoyeSG316-4213$3,000,000
7JJ HicksonPF266-9240$5,381,750
8Danilo Gallinari SF266-10225$10,854,850
10Aaron AfflaloSG296-5215$7,500,000
11Erick GreenPG236-4185$507,336
14 Gary HarrisSG206-4210$1,519,200
21Wilson ChandlerSF276-8225$6,757,913
23Jusuf NurkicC206-11280$1,762,680
28Jameer NelsonPG336-0190$2,732,000
34JaVale McGeeC277-0270$11,250,000
35Kenneth FariedPF256-8230$2,249,768
Dynasty: nwcizhere
03:28 AM - February 19, 2015. Written by Energizergamer
A sloppy game in Jacksonville with 4 total turnovers gave the Colts a scare but they ultimately came out with a win. At the half the score was 10-3 in favor of Jacksonville, with both offenses unable to get anything going. The Colts struggled mightily and trailed 13-3 entering the fourth. The Colts finally were able to put up points with help from the defense who gave them a short field to work with. The defense was also able to put up a touchdown themselves in the fourth. Andrew Luck is still being criticized for his interceptions and the offense will need to improve in order for this team to keep winning.
GAME BALL - FS Taylor Mays

Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars
Feb 19, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Indianapolis Colts (3-0)3032127
Jacksonville Jaguars (0-3)3100013
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense279252
Rushing Yards12673
Passing Yards153179
First Downs1515
Punt Return Yards1116
Kick Return Yards5917
Total Yards349285
3rd Down Converstion43
4th Down Conversion30
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals41
Posession Time19:3820:22
Indianapolis Colts
Andrew Luck14/2616022
Knile Davis21894.20
Donte Moncrief58617.21
Taylor Mays6011
Jacksonville Jaguars
Chad Henne6/64910
Blake Bortles16/2816402
Denard Robinson12514.30
Allen Robinson7689.70
Dynasty: Energizergamer
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
01:59 AM - February 18, 2015. Written by Energizergamer
Week 2 is now in the books and while the Indianapolis Colts come out 2-0 there are some signs of concern. The inconsistency from the team as a whole can ruin this team down the stretch. While Andrew Luck only had the incompletions this game, two of them went for picks. And both those picks came after his two touchdown passes. The receiving was led by tight end Colt Lyerla, where are the receivers?!?! Somebody needs to step up and get this passing game on the right track. On the other side of the ball the defense only allowed three points and made tough plays all game. If the defense can keep shutting down teams, it'll give the offense done wiggle room. A shocking fact so far is that running back Knile Davis has started the season with back-to-back 100 yard games. This is unheard of in a Colts backfield. If he can keep it up the offense can gain a balance unmatched to previous versions.
GAME BALL - TE Colt Lyerla

Philadelphia Eagles at Indianapolis Colts
Feb 17, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Philadelphia Eagles (1-1)03003
Indianapolis Colts (2-0)7140324
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense121339
Rushing Yards39130
Passing Yards82209
First Downs718
Punt Return Yards029
Kick Return Yards2742
Total Yards148410
3rd Down Converstion24
4th Down Conversion00
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals075
Posession Time14:4725:13
Philadelphia Eagles
Nick Foles9/2210601
Lesean McCoy12352.90
Riley Cooper3279.00
Indianapolis Colts
Andrew Luck20/2322322
Knile Davis231034.50
Colt Lyerla510320.60
Dynasty: Energizergamer
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
04:37 PM - February 17, 2015. Written by Energizergamer
The first game of the season is in the books. We saw a low scoring affair and an old school mentality in this game. Both teams effectively ran the ball but could not get their passing game going. After an uneventful first quarter, Indianapolis opened up the scoring to take a 10-0 lead at halftime. They came out in stride during the second half putting up 14 points in the third. Denver was shut down all game until the 4th quarter, where they managed a touchdown but failed 2 point conversion. The Indy run game seems like it could be a positive factor this season, but the run defense was gashed too often and could end up being the team's Achilles heel.

Indianapolis Colts at Denver Broncos
Sep 1, 1234F
IND (1-0)01014024
DEN (0-1)00066
Top Performers
PASS: Andrew Luck - 138 YDS, 1TD, 1INT
RUSH: Knile Davis - 24 ATT, 111 YDS
REC: Wes Welker - 5 REC, 37 YDS, 0 TD
Team Stats Comparison
First Downs1210
3rd Down Efficiency12
4th Down Efficiency00
Total Yards325246
Passing Yards13882
Rushing Yards133102
Penalties-Penalty Yards1928
Time of Possession21:1718:43
Indianapolis Colts
Denver Broncos
Dynasty: Energizergamer
04:04 PM - February 17, 2015. Written by Energizergamer
The regular season is about to kick off and there has been a flurry of changes in the locker room. One of the biggest surprises is the departure of long time receiver Reggie Wayne. With the team looking to get younger a series of trades, signings, and cuts brings in plenty of new faces. Another noticeable move is the fact that Trent Richardson has fallen all the way down to 3rd string. Is the former first round pick's time in Indianapolis coming to an end? Find out who all the starters are below.

Indianapolis Colts Depth Chart - 2014
Regular Offense
WRT.Y. Hilton
TEColt LyerlaA.C. Leonard
LTAnthony Castonzo
LGJack Mewhort
CRodney Hudson
RGChris Snee
RTGosder Cherilus
WRHakeem Knicks
QBAndrew LuckJosh Freeman
FBLe'ron McClain
HBKnile DavisVick Ballard
Base 3-4 Defense
LDERay McDonald
NTTerrence Cody
RDEArthur Jones
LOLBErik Walden
LILBD'Qwell Jackson
RILBJerell Freeman
ROLBRobert Mathis
CBVontae Davis
SSJose Gumbs
FSLaron Landry
CBNickell Roby
Special Teams
KDavid Akers
PPat Mcafee
Dynasty: Energizergamer
03:36 PM - February 17, 2015. Written by Energizergamer
After a long off-season we are finally back to football!! Rumors swirled the Colts and we now have official confirmation that Chuck Pagano is out and first year head coach Luis Muņoz is in. Muņoz is excited to take over a team with do much potential, he was quoted saying "right now everyone in the building is fighting for a roster spot, and we will create nothing short of a winning culture." With a team 2 years removed from the great Peyton Manning, and considered to have over achieved the past two seasons the road to Glendale will be a tough one. If the Colts take a step back all fingers will be pointing to higher management and we might see more turnover at this same time next year.
Attached Images
Dynasty: Energizergamer
Monday, February 16, 2015
12:51 PM - February 16, 2015. Written by bayers3

1:00PM ET - October 9th, 2016
Arrowhead Stadium - Kansas City, MO

Indianapolis Colts at Kansas City Chiefs
Oct 9, 20161ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Indianapolis Colts (12-1, 5-0 Away)141771452
Kansas City Chiefs (3-10, 3-4 Home)0148022

Top Performers

Passing : A. Luck (IND) - 456YDS, 4TD
Rushing : S. Ramsey (IND) - 31CAR, 174YDS, TD
Receiving : D. Rogers (IND) - 7REC, 165YDS, 2TD

KANSAS CITY - The excitement in Indianapolis started well before their trip to vaunted Arrowhead Stadium. The team announced early this week that Khaled Holmes had been signed to a 5-year $25 million contract extension which further solidifies the Colts offensive line. The week would end with Andrew Luck shattering an NFL record that many thought could not be done, and the hapless Chiefs did little to stop him.

The Chiefs did not come in to this game with much chance of winning, but they do sport a solid Home record despite being 3-9 with all three of their wins coming at Arrowhead. Unfortunately for them, poor CB Marcus Cooper would be on the spot all game long. Shayn Ramsey would start the scoring with a 1 yard TD run, and then things started to get out of hand. With Indianapolis pinned on it's own 7 yard line, Cooper would get burned by Cecil Shorts III for an 88 yard pass that would turn into a 5 yard TD pass to T.Y. Hilton.

Rogers' big day helped Luck on his way to history.

Kansas City would show some life in the 2nd quarter with both teams trading off long TD passes. First Dwayne Bowe turned in a 44 yard TD, then Da'Rick Rogers bested him with a 69 yarder for his second TD of the quarter. The Chiefs followed up with a 55 yard TD pass to rookie T.J. Landry and suddenly Alex Smith was looking pretty good.

The Colts did their thing in the 2nd half, almost completely shutting down the Chiefs defense while running them over and putting more points on the board. Though victory seems to have come with a price as FS Branch Daniels left the game with a shoulder strain. Early reports are positive, but he did not return to the game.

When the clock hit 0:00 at the end of the 4th Luck was now holding an NFL record 5688 passing yards, which easily eclipsed Peyton Manning's mark of 5477. It's even more frightening considering that there are three more games left in the season which should give Luck a chance to put that record out of reach. The Colts offense has been more like a nuclear option this season, with the team regularly putting up unthinkable amounts of yards and points. There is already chatter of Pep Hamilton being a top head coach candidate at the end of the season.
Dynasty: bayers3