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Cornerback Vontae Davis (knee) and tight end Coby Fleener (shoulder) did not practice Wednesday and will not play Sunday when the Indianapolis Colts meet the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Mass.Upvote Share Tweet
Colts' Luck not afraid of escaping the pocketindystar.com Updated Nov 14, 2012"That is the nature of the game," the Colts rookie quarterback said Wednesday. "I don't think anybody can play up to their potential if they're worried about getting injured."Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Updated Nov 14, 2012For a long time, Colts vs. Patriots has meant Peyton Manning vs. Tom Brady. Sunday's matchup at Gillette Stadium is the first of the post-Manning era for the Colts. That doesn't mean it loses its intrigue. Rallying behind ill coach Chuck Pagano and let …Upvote Share TweetColts cornerback Darius Butler is on his second team of the season, but just won his first award. Butler was named AFC defensive player of the week after a standout performance in the Colts win over the Jaguars. He had two interceptions, returning one f…Upvote Share Tweet
Colts may want to back off against BradyESPN.com Updated Nov 14, 2012The AFC South is sort of all or nothing with regards to blitzing. The Texans send five or more pass-rushers at the quarterback 44.6 percent of the time, the most in the league. The Colts are third at 41.6 percent. Meanwhile the Titans and Jaguars sit ba…Upvote Share Tweet
Peyton is nailing down his next $40 millionprofootballtalk.com Updated Nov 14, 2012Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning soon will be able to buy a lot more pizza franchises. Overlooked in the stunning performance of the four-time MVP is that he has all but guaranteed that the Broncos will opt to unlock the next two years of his contract…Upvote Share Tweet
Countdown Daily AccuScore: IND-NENov 14Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Colts-Patriots
Clayton mailbag: Backup QBs under microscopeNov 14With four starters being injured in Week 10, the state of the NFL's backup quarterback situation is about to come into focus, writes John Clayton.