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NY Giants' Eli Manning could sure use some help from brother Peyton Manning of Denver Broncos, who shredded Bengals defnse
nydailynews.com Updated Nov 7, 2012
Eli Manning can watch tape of the Bengals game last week and have it come to life with his big brother Peyton narrating. One week ago, Peyton and the Broncos were in Cincinnati. On Sunday, Eli and the Giants are in Cincinnati.Share Tweet
jacksonville.com Nov 7, 2012With the Jaguars off to a 1-7 start at the halfway mark of the season going into the Thursday night game against the Indianapolis Colts, new owner Shad Khan finds himself in the eye of the hurricane. The fans are unhappy and many want Khan to shake up t…Share TweetRookie quarterback ANDREW LUCK of the Indianapolis Colts, cornerback IKE TAYLOR of the Pittsburgh Steelers and kick returner-wide receiver TRINDON HOLLIDAY of the Denver Broncos are the AFC Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week for …Share Tweet
Colts in position for run at playoff spot after quick startindystar.com Nov 7, 2012The "P" word has been ricocheting around the Indianapolis Colts' locker room of late. That would be playoffs.Share Tweet
One QB has the prettier numbers, one has the winsindystar.com Nov 7, 2012Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III (right) may have a slight statistics edge on Colts' QB Andrew Luck halfway through the season, but he falls short in the most important category: wins. Luck's Colts are 5-3; Griffin's Redskins are 3-6.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 7, 2012The Colts and Jaguars kick off Week 10 in a little more than 24 hours and Colts linebacker Robert Mathis‘ status for the game is still up in the air. Mathis has been listed as questionable for the game because of the back injury that knocked him out ofShare TweetIndianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars8 p.m. ET, NFL Network In the 10-plus seasons since the NFL realigned the divisions for the 2002 season, the Jacksonville Jaguars have been a burr in the saddle of the Indianapolis Colts' dominance over the AFC …Share Tweetnytimes.com Nov 7, 2012The Jaguars have been pleasantly surprised by Cecil Shorts, but the Colts still have Andrew Luck.Share TweetCNNSI.com Nov 7, 2012Halfway into the season, the Bears have emerged as 2012's most dominant team. So dominant, in fact, that they're defying NFL logic with their historic defense, explains Kerry J. Byrne.Share Tweet
Dennis Dillon: Peterson's drive for quick recovery freakish, but not out of characterCNNSI.com Nov 7, 2012Why did we ever doubt Adrian Peterson? His recovery this season has been freakish, Dennis Dillon writes, but what else should we expect from a man so consumed by motivation?Share Tweet
2012 NFL Week Ten Preivew — Indianapolis at Jacksonvillecoltsgab.com Nov 7, 2012Who would have ever thought the Colts would be sitting at the halfway point of the season staring at the cusp of the NFL playoffs? With rookie QB Andrew Luck and the inspiration of coach Chuck Pagano leading the way, the Colts are 5-3, and surprising ev…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 7, 2012A year ago at this time, any member of the Colts organization would have welcomed a one-way ticket out of town. This year, there’s a far different vibe; the Colts arguably are the best story of the first half of the season. But when opportunity knocksShare Tweetnytimes.com Nov 7, 2012Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck, the old Colt and the new one, are among the selections at quarterback.Share Tweet
Inside the Huddle: Luck, Steelers, QB greats and the Bears Defens...Nov 7Inside the Huddle on the Colts' running game success opening up the play-action deep pass, Mike Wallace's situation as a Steeler next year, comparing the QB classes of 1983 and 2004, and the Bears' defensive turnover differential on a historic track.
Countdown Daily AccuScore: IND-JACNov 7Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Colts-Jaguars
Luck Shaves Head For PaganoNov 7Adam Schefter on Andrew Luck following his teammates' lead and shaving his head in honor of Chuck Pagano.