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The Colts are going to be in the market for some help on the defensive line over the final five weeks of the season. Coach Bruce Arians said that the knee injury suffered by defensive lineman Fili Moala in Sunday’s win over the Bills will end his season
Colts storylines: 5 things to watch heading into DetroitUpdated Nov 27, 2012 Share TweetThe Detroit Lions couldn't be more desperate at 4-7 and in the midst of a three-game losing streak, the last two at home at Ford Field.Source: indystar.comShare TweetDid the 49ers' QB change damage their Super Bowl hopes? Hardly, history says. Not only has such a move been done before, but it's been done with success. Don Banks explains.Source: CNNSI.com
Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck lands on cover of Sports IllustratedUpdated Nov 27, 2012 Share TweetQuarterback first made the cover while playing at Stanford.Source: indystar.com
Jim Trotter: Awards Watch: Week 12Updated Nov 27, 2012 Share TweetThe pulse of the NFL season changes weekly. Every Tuesday, SI.com will break down the front-runners for the major NFL awards.Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetIn its postgame report, KCTV aired video of Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles waiting for the Broncos' Peyton Manning as he departed the stadium to get his autograph.
Kerry J. Byrne: Steelers coughed up a gift in Week 12, but Browns almost b…Nov 27The Dawg Pound barked with joy when the Cleveland Browns upended the hated Pittsburgh Steelers 20-14 on Sunday.
Peter King: From Bowles blowing it to Chip's chances, coach talk heats up;…Nov 27Clearing out the NFL notebook entering Week 13:
Don Banks: Opinions still split on Kaepernick move, but history backs Harb…Nov 27Even when it feels like something entirely new has come along in the NFL -- like the head coach of a leading Super Bowl contender making a late-season starting quarterback change -- it's usually not all that novel. Not entirely.
Jim Trotter: Awards Watch: Week 12Nov 27The pulse of the NFL season changes weekly. Every Tuesday, SI.com will break down the front-runners for the major NFL awards.