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New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick losing 'genius' aura and Rob Gronkowski injury is just the latest exampleUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share Tweet
Bill Belichick is certain to be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame five years after he’s finished coaching three titles gets him in but to call him a football genius these days is completely outdated.
Share TweetAfter cringing through film review of an ugly effort at New England, the Indianapolis Colts set their minds Monday to think about the next opponent, the Buffalo Bills.
What I think the Colts are thinkingUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetWhat I think they’re thinking at the headquarters of the Indianapolis Colts this afternoon… Good things can come out of a beat down and getting completely handled by a good team like New England was not a disaster. We need to keep it all in context. WSource: ESPN.comShare TweetFOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) A person familiar with Rob Gronkowski's injury says the New England Patriots tight end has undergone surgery for a broken forearm.
Anatomy of a Play: How the Patriots humbled Andrew Luck in Sunday's routUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetIt wasn't Andrew Luck's best day as a Colt, as Bill Belichick's defense stifled the Colts rookie quarterback all afternoon.
Patriots held down Luck-to-WayneUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetColts receiver Reggie Wayne entered Week 11 as the league leader in targets (105) and receptions (69). Andrew Luck looked to Wayne 15 times Sunday against the Patriots in New England's 5-24 win. Bill Belichick is well-known for finding ways to take away…Source: ESPN.com
Colts Daily Links: Despite passion, Indy 'still a team with holes'Updated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetNation's sports pundits explain the drubbing that New England gave Indianapolis.
Leading Off: Eyesores of All KindsUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetYipes! Stripes! The Steelers' throwback uniforms were just one reason Sunday's game against the Ravens was tough to watch.Source: nytimes.com
Arians likes the fact Luck was “mad at himself”Updated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetThere was one important reason Colts interim coach Bruce Arians wasn’t panicking about Andrew Luck’s performance in New England last night. “It was a lot better than the first day Peyton Manning came up here,” Arians said, via Mike Garafolo of USASource: profootballtalk.comShare TweetJulian Edelman wound up stealing the show against the Colts, but as always, it's Tom Brady who makes the Patriots go.Source: nytimes.comShare TweetA review of the Colts' 59-24 loss to the Patriots on Sunday at Gillette Stadium: Too much Luck: It might be fun watching rookie Andrew Luck fling the football, but 50 passes are too many. The Colts are 2-4 when their triggerman clicks off at least 44. D…
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GameDay: Indianapolis Colts vs. New England Patriots highlightsNov 19New England Patriots QB Tom Brady throws for over 300 yards and three touchdowns and the Patriots return two interceptions for touchdowns in a 59-24 romp of the Indianapolis Colts.
Peter King: QBs make their mark on eventful Week 11, for both good and badNov 19Eleven main characters from an eventful Week 11 that had its share of drama.