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With the season over for a majority of people, we decided to look back and construct another team based on how the year went.
This team is made up of studs with ADP of 100 or greater. Without further delay, let’s meet the team.
QB – Andrew Luck (ADP 109) Luck made a huge splash this season as a rookie, leading the Colts to a 10-5 record and a playoff berth. Luck has thrown for 4,183 yards and 21 touchdowns and added 254 yards and five more rushing touchdowns as well. Yes, the 28 turnovers (18 INT, 10 fumbles) are concerning but Luck made himself relevant in fantasy, even as a rookie.
RB – Mikel LeShoure (ADP 132) LeShoure missed the first two games of the year with a disciplinary issue for marijuana. Since then, he came back in and set himself up as the lead back in Detroit. With Jahvid Best sitting out the entire season as a result of concussions, LeShoure took the reins and ran with it. He ran to the tune of 741 yards and nine touchdowns while adding 194 more yards on 31 receptio...
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Indianapolis Colts tight end Dwayne Allen would not be playing football today if it weren't for the football coach at the high school he attended stopping him in the hallway asking for his name.
Allen told Phil Richards of USA TODAY that he was approached by Terry Sanford High School's first-year football coach, Wayne Inman, early his freshman year.
Inman asked Allen...
We like to discuss what ifs, what should have been or what could have happened. That’s not limited to just sports talk.
Staying on target , Houston Texans phenom receiver WR Andre Johnson is the latest person to engage in the habit calling Colts star Reggie Wayne the one that professionally got away.
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The temporary loss of head coach Chuck Pagano early in the season is ever present in the minds of players and fans alike.Pagano will make his return to the sideline against the Houston Texans in Week 17.The team will certainly be emotional to once again play behind their ill-fallen coach.Thus far, each saga of Pagano’s illness has provided the team a positive lift.The most inspirational...
Backup running back Delone Carter is out for Week 17 with an ankle injury.Fantasy Spin:With Donald Brown (ankle) already sidelined, the Colts' running game is almost entirely dependent on Vick Ballard. But with the Colts locked into the No. 5 seed, even Ballard may not do much in Week 17 as the team protects its key players for the first round of the playoffs.
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer Dwight Freeney hopes to be back in Indianapolis next season.
With his contract expiring and his numbers declining in Indy's new defense, there's no assurance that the Colts' career sacks leader will be re-signed in 2013. So on Sunday against Houston, Freeney will probably take a few...
On December 16th the Houston Texans gave the Colts a 29-17 beatdown in front of a large crowd at Reliant Stadium. Their win propelled them into the division title and a shot at the number one seed in the AFC playoff picture. When the two teams meet again for the season finale in Indianapolis on Sunday there will be a different atmosphere to the game. Both teams would like a win but...
As we enter the final week of the 2012 NFL regular season game, the Houston Texans meet their old (in Texans existence terms, that is,) foes the Indianapolis Colts for the second time in three weeks. Having just met two Sundays ago, both teams have a really good idea of what to expect from the other. Game planning and player motivation will be at fevered pitch, fans of each team...
Houston Texans (12-3) at Indianapolis Colts (10-5)
The Texans need this win to lock up not only the #1 seed, but also a first round bye. If they lose, they’ll need Denver or New England to lose as double digit favorites or they’ll be the #3 seed. The Colts, meanwhile, are locked into the #5 seed, but the Texans are a huge divisional rival who beat the Colts two weeks ago and...
Each year there are going to be worthy players that don’t get there due appreciation during the voting process for the NFL’s Pro Bowl.
Hype, reputation, respect and veteran status are key ingredients that peel names off the ballot and onto the roster.
But as stated, some guys are criminally disrespected.
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Although you'll likely see some form of this debate on a variety of ESPN shows and articles, we thought it would be best to check with bloggers representing the three lead candidates so that they could make their case as to why their signal caller is worthy of the distinction of rookie of the year. Who do you think is most deserving? Chime in with your thoughts in the comments...
If the Bears fall to Detroit in Week 17, will it be better for the team in the long run?
It’s that time of year again Bears fans. No, I’m not talking about making New Year’s preparations and looking forward to a nice long bye week heading into the playoffs. It’s time to look back on what was once a promising season, and hurriedly scramble together a scenario that has the...