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The Colts and Patriots seem to play every year, but this will be the first time they’ve clashed since Andrew Luck hit the scene. Erik Kuselias will ask Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney about that change when Freeney stops by Pro Football Talk on NBC SShare Tweet
Colts flourish by stopping runRun the football. Stop the run. Chuck Pagano avowed it the day he was hired as Indianapolis Colts coach and he or interim coach Bruce Arians have echoed it almost daily since. It's their football creed. It's their winning formula.Share TweetSo I got to talking Wednesday with AFC South blogger Paul Kuharsky and NFC West blogger Mike Sando about rookie quarterbacks and how they're judged. It started with Paul and Mike talking about the proper statistical perspective in which to view the Colt…Share Tweet
Bob Kravitz ready to shave his head for leukemia, his wife, well...So Bob Kravitz is in the locker room after the Jacksonville game, and Pat McAfee and Adam Vinatieri ask him, "When are you going to shave your head?Share Tweet
Thrust into key roles, Colts rookies delivering so far this season"I've never seen anything like it, nothing even close," said interim Colts coach Bruce Arians, a 38-year coaching veteran.Share Tweet
Measuring rookie years: Luck vs. PeytonPeyton Manning and Tom Brady will always be linked as contemporaries and rivals. No matter how much longer Brady plays, it’s unlikely he and Andrew Luck will be grouped in the same way. At this stage, the modest Luck is level-headed when his name comesShare TweetStarting quarterbacks went down with injuries left and right during Week 10, but the Colts don’t want that to impact the way Andrew Luck plays the game. The Colts quarterback called those injuries the “nature of the game” and said that he didn’t tShare Tweet
Peyton gets ribbed for awkward slideWhen it comes to passing, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is having a great year. When it comes to running, he’s not. (Then again, given that he has the physique of the pre-oil-can Tin Man, when has he?) As explained by Lindsay H. Jones of USA TodaShare TweetThe Bills are an awful 2-13 in AFC East games under Chan Gailey. For the Dolphins, tonight brings a test of whether they’re legitimate playoff contenders or not. The Patriots’ league-best turnover margin could get a boost against a Colts team near theShare Tweet
RTC: Jaguars don't want to avoid EverBankReading the coverage… Arguments for and against the Colts and the Titans making the playoffs, from Clark Judge of CBS Sports. Houston Texans Andre Johnson now has more catches than any of the great receivers who played all or part of their NFL careers iShare Tweet
Bob Kravitz tries to make sense of Andrew Luck's neck beardFear the Neard. We're talking about Andrew Luck's neck beard, which is quickly becoming as iconic as Rollie Fingers' handlebar mustache, Brian Wilson's jet-black beard and Adam Morrison's wispy porn 'stache.Share Tweet
Ranking The PatriotsNov 15Lomas Brown discusses the Patriots' rank among the NFL's elite as well as the impact that Aqib Talib will have on New England's defense.
NFL Cold Hard FactsNov 15Cold Hard Facts looks at Andrew Luck, Tim Tebow and the New Orleans Saints
Countdown Daily Prediction: Colts-PatriotsNov 15The NFL Live crew makes their picks for Indianapolis at New England
Reiss' P.A.T.Nov 15In this week's edition of P.A.T. Mike Reiss looks ahead to the Patriots' week 11 matchup against the Indianapolis Colts
Jim Trotter: To receive or to defer? That's the questionNov 15The biggest comeback in Broncos history did not begin with a touchdown. It began with a pre-game coin flip.
Biggest NFL games of Week 11 -- John Clayton's First & 10Nov 15This weekend will help determine how interesting the AFC playoff race will be down the stretch, John Clayton writes.
The Sports Guy's Thursday NFL PickNov 15Who's up for another three hours of shitty football? Pull up a chair and watch poorly prepared, banged-up football players from two forgettable teams...