Jeff Castner: The Colts

Posted: August 4, 2014 in Career, Education, Sports, Sports Fan
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Jeff Castner is a sports fanatic who lives and works in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is the Assistant Director of Operations at a local university, and has worked at that institution in different capacities for nearly thirty years.

Like most sports enthusiasts, Jeff Castner has his favorite teams, and not all of them are local. Most of them are, but he likes pulling for the Green Bay Packers in the National Football Conference. In the AFC, though, Jeff Castner is one hundred percent committed to the Indianapolis Colts.

Jeff Castner

Jeff Castner

Quarterback Peyton Manning is now only a distant memory as Jeff Castner and legions of Colts fans get behind Andrew Luck. In each of his first two NFL seasons, Andrew Luck has led the Colts to playoff appearances, including winning a division title in 2013. Luck and fellow quarterback Russell Wilson are the only quarterbacks to lead a team to eleven-plus win seasons in each of their first two seasons. Wilson, of course, defeated former Colts quarterback Manning in the Super Bowl in February 2014.

Jeff Castner is optimistic about the Colts’ chances as the 2014 NFL season ramps up. In addition to Andrew Luck, wide receiver Reggie Wayne will be back in the lineup, returning from a season-ending injury. Wayne is going into his fourteenth year with the Colts, and as Jeff Castner knows, he is one of Andrew Luck’s favorite targets.

The Colts will kick off the 2014 season against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos in Denver, and Jeff Castner is confident the team will get off to a good start by beating their old quarterback.

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