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Now that the Colts are in a one-team race for the services of Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, it's worth wondering if Indianapolis is even an appealing destination for the certain No. 1 draft pick. Earlier this season, NFL Network reported there's some fear in the league that Luck could demand a trade to avoid playing for a particular team at the top of the draft board. John Elway did it to the Baltimore Colts in 1983, and Eli Manning did it to the Chargers in 2004. (There'd be some ironic parallels if Luck did it to Peyton Manning's Colts in...
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Clark Judge thinks the Colts are losing beautifully but will be laughing in the end:
1. Indianapolis -- People talk about what a great year the Packers are having, but my admiration is for the Colts. They almost always win division championships, except when they don't -- and then they win the best quarterback to come along since ... well, since Peyton Manning. Talk about...
Eli Manning’s fourth-quarter magic disappeared for the second straight time last night.Manning, sacked from behind by Jason Babin, fumbled away a chance to force overtime from the Eagles’ 21 with the final moments about to tick away in the Giants’ demoralizing 17-10 loss.Manning (18-35, 264 yards, 1...
Tony Dungy and Peyton Manning will be forever linked after all of the success they had together in Indianapolis. On tonightâs pregame broadcast, Dungy sat down with Eli Manning.
Andrew Brandt makes a great point regarding Andrew Luck: if you'd spend any money on Kerry Collins then Andrew Luck is definitely worth the rookie dough he'll make regardless of the Colts' plans.
Peyton Manning has a $28 million option bonus due in February and a $7 million salary in 2012. Whether the Colts exercise, renegotiate, or delay payments of that option...
Eli Going Back Home Where Brees is New Favorite Son
Two teams in the thick of the NFC playoff race will meet this coming Monday night. The Giants (6-4) are currently tied with Dallas for first place in the NFC East while the New Orleans Saints enter Week 12 with a 7-3 record and a one-game lead on Atlanta in the NFC South.
Eli Manning returns to his hometown and the site where his...
ANTREL ROLLE had a clear view of Eli Manning when two Eagles hammered him after the whistle and sent him flying in the first quarter on Sunday night.
The Giants are sifting through the rubble today and are realizing the Eagles emasculated them on national television last night. They are steaming today.
My question is…why weren’t they steamed last night?
What did they do when the Eagles’ Cullen Jenkins knocked out DJ Ware with a helmet-to-helmet hit? Nothing.
Where were they when Eli Manning got assaulted by a couple of...