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Forgive the Indianapolis Colts if they feel like they've lived through this movie before. Yes, they were undefeated in December 2005, and, yes, they have clinched division titles and home-field advantage with several weeks left in the regular season.
A grin played at Manning's lips. "I guess, if you say," said Manning, 33, a 12-year veteran. "It kind of hurts my feelings a little bit to look that bad...In a couple years, I'll have to pitch on the stretch play; I won't be able to hand it off."
Lombardi Trophy Hunt, and rather than debate those playoff contenders, we have a more pressing matter to predict...Rule out the Raiders, who first benched him in favor of Bruce Gradkowski last month and now are turning to Charlie Frye, this week's
Indianapolis and New Orleans have made it seven teams to reach 13-0, with the Colts doing it twice; Indy also got to a baker's dozen in 2005. From 1934, when the Bears did it, until the 1972 Dolphins in their perfect season, there were no repeats.
If they can't beat Miami, how are they going to slow the Colts, who set an NFL record last week with their 22nd consecutive regular-season victory? Prediction : Colts, 24-14 Ed Bouchette's blog on the Steelers and Gerry Dulac's Steelers chats are
No excuses, no explanations," Freeney said. No safety Bob Sanders, no cornerback Marlin Jackson, no linebacker Tyjuan Hagler and no tackle Ed Johnson, either. Their absences make the performance of that defense all the more remarkable. The Colts (
With everything clinched in the AFC and three weeks left in the regular season, the unbeaten Colts -- and their high-octane offense -- are suddenly no longer a good option for fantasy. And the news could not come at a worse time with owners either in
And now for our weekly counter-play-off-a-bubble-screen around the National Well Beat You Anyway League, aka Hey, Wasnt That Peyton Manning Who Threw Those Three Picks?, aka Yeah, So What?: The gratingly perfect-in-every-way Colts won again,
Curtis Painter has lived his NFL life in obscurity – like most of Peyton Mannings backups. The former Purdue standout has taken more questions than snaps this season, and spent more time learning the complexities of the Indianapolis offense than
An hour after the Indianapolis Colts clinched home-field advantage for the AFC playoffs, quarterback Peyton Manning wasn’t sure what that meant for the starters’ playing time in the final three games of the season. But he was absolutely certain about