After spending 12 seasons in San Francisco, Frank Gore signed with the Colts in 2015 thinking he could earn a Super Bowl ring. The Colts missed the playoffs in each of Gore’s first two seasons in Indianapolis, and this year they look like perhaps the worst team in the NFL. “If I had to do it again, I still would make the same decision,” Gore told the Indianapolis Star.
There wasn’t much to get excited about based on Jared Goff‘s seven starts as a rookie last season for the Los Angeles Rams. Goff completed 22 of 28 passes for 292 yards and three touchdowns in the victory in what was certainly his best start as a professional. After not throwing for more than 235 yards in any of seven starts in 2016, Goff posted his first 300-yard gain in L.A.’s season opening win against the Indianapolis Colts and nearly reached 300 yards again Thursday night against the 49ers.
Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Cardinals since 2012 Graduate of Indiana University Member of Pro Football Writers of America Follow on Twitter TEMPE, Ariz. -- Bruce Arians hasn’t wasted any time making his mark on the Arizona Cardinals record books in his five seasons as head coach. The Cardinals' victory over the Indianapolis Colts last Sunday was coach Arians' 42nd win as Arizona's head coach, tying him for second on the franchise's all-time list with Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2017 finalist Don Coryell, who coached the St. Louis Cardinals from 1973-77. What did tying Coryell mean to Arians? “It was a bad team for a long time,” Arians said with a smirk. Then he got