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Colts coach Chuck Pagano surprised his team earlier this month. He surprised them again on Friday. Via the Associated Press, Pagano showed up at practice, two days before the Colts face the Patriots in a battle of 6-3 teams. “It was a beautiful momentShare Tweet
Last Thursday, Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew told NFL Network that he’s roughly two weeks away from returning to action with a sprained foot. This Thursday, Jones-Drew adjusted his assessment. Sort of. “Hopefully I will be back in a coupShare TweetDuring the November 4 Colts-Dolphins game, referee Tony Corrente yelled an obscenity at one of his fellow referees. Corrente is far from the first person to yell an obscenity at a co-worker, but Corrente made one big mistake: He forgot to turn his micro…Share TweetJaguars defensive tackle Terrance Knighton was fined $25,000 for last week’s hit on Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. Knighton’s fine letter said he “made helmet-to-helmet contact with a defenseless player,” and it was the second time the hit cost hiShare TweetLAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) -- Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will miss Monday's game at San Francisco because of a concussion.Share TweetCNNSI.com Nov 16, 2012The Colts head into their Week 11 showdown against the Pats with a surprising 6-3 record. Peter King explains why the young Colts are ready for Tom Brady and Co. in his Game Plan.Share Tweet
Final Word: AFC SouthFive nuggets of knowledge about Week 11: Big rookie test: Andrew Luck will attempt to become the first rookie starting quarterback to win at New England since Kerry Collins for the Panthers in 1995. Since then, Peyton Manning, Byron Leftwich and Mark Sa…Share Tweet
Bye week report: Titans’ questionsLingering questions about the 4-6 Titans as they hit their Week 11 bye: How much progress can Jake Locker make? The second year quarterback lost a lot of time because of his shoulder injury, but returned last week and played pretty well in the Titans’ bShare Tweet
RTC: Pondering Luck's neard (neck beard)Reading the coverage … Houston Texans Gary Kubiak knows what his coaches and players can do and makes room for them to do it, says John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. Ben Tate and Darryl Sharpton are close to returning to action, says the Chronicle.Share Tweet
Chat wrap: You won't want to miss itI can't understand why you did not attend Thursday's chat. We moved it up an hour like you asked and you still didn't show. I don't take being stood up very well, so I am now cranky. But even cranky, I try to be gracious. So I shall still share. Among t…Share TweetOn Sunday, some shortness of breath signaled a bigger problem for Texans defensive line coach Bill Kollar, as he was taken to the hospital with blood clots in his lungs and calves. By Thursday, he was back on the job. “We had a great win and I’m aliveShare Tweetnytimes.com Nov 16, 2012Indianapolis will be able to score against New England, but will the Colts be able to stop Tom Brady?Share TweetIn the last two weeks, the Miami Dolphins have played two of the worst defenses in the league in the Buffalo Bills and the Tennessee Titans. Offensively they’ve managed to score just 10 points in those two games. Miami had an offensive touchdown droughtShare Tweet
Colts-Patriots Rivalry Renewed?Nov 16Around The Horn debates if the rivalry between the Colts and Patriots has been renewed with the addition of Andrew Luck.
'Playbook': Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Houston TexansNov 16The "Playbook" crew discusses Houston Texans QB Matt Schuab's passer rating, LB Connor Barwin's impact on the Texans defense and the struggles of the Jaguars offensive line.
'Playbook': Indianapolis Colts vs. New England PatriotsNov 16The "Playbook" gang debates whether Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck will be able to create big plays against the Patriots and explains why the Patriots rushing attack has been so successful.
Will Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck expose New England Patriots secondary?Nov 16Will Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck be able to pick apart the Patriots struggling secondary? Brian Baldinger explains what advantages Luck will have on Sunday.