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The Rap Sheet:
Bill Belichick isn’t shedding any tears over a Colts showdown without Peyton Manning. That’s just how it goes.
During a conference call with the media a short time ago, the Patriots coach said he wouldn’t necessarily miss not seeing the Colts quarterback on the opposing sideline come Sunday, just as he didn’t miss Michael Vick last week.
That’s life in the NFL. Just look at his injury-ravaged secondary.
”We see that every week,” Belichick said, with regard to injured players. ”We have players that I wish were playing for us. Other teams have players, I’m sure, they wish were playing for them. That’s football. You play with what you got. Games are scheduled, you show up and play them. We all take on that responsibility at the beginning of the season. You never know who’s going to be there, what time, what week. You always have to make adjustments during the course of the season. Everyone in the league is going through that. There’s plenty of guys I wish we had out on the field th
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So a reporter asks Bill Belichick at a press conference about being able to judge his team against an inferior team like the Indianapolis Colts. Bill doesn't like the question and gives her the peoples eyebrow along with some smack talk.
"I just don't agree with that, so just go on with your soliloquy" Then he gets in depth about how good the players on Indianapolis...
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FOXBORO, Mass. -- Even though Colts quarterback Peyton Manning won't be in uniform for Sunday's game against the Patriots, Tom Brady is hoping to run into his long-time friend and rival at Gillette Stadium. Manning hasn't played this season after having neck surgery, but he has remained on the Colts' active roster. Manning was scheduled to undergo another medical...
Ben Maller (@BenMaller) says that Chris Myers has some prognostication on Manning's chances at return:
Fox's Chris Myers reporting on FSR, after speaking with Colts Peyton Manning in Indy, he feels better than 50% chance Manning retires.
Money won't deter the Colts from taking a quarterback in April's draft. They just have to make sure they've got the right man to succeed Peyton Manning.
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Hot News for QB Peyton Manning
By Jeremy Gottlieb, Patriots Daily Staff
Doesn’t it seem like ages ago when all the haters out there were standing tall, beating their chests and harping on the completely hackneyed idea that Patriots coach Bill Belichick is finished? Three weeks by unofficial count. Over the course of that stretch, the Pats have embarked on a three-game winning streak during which they’ve rolled...
Bill Polian says money will not prevent the Indianapolis Colts from taking a quarterback with in next year's NFL draft.
Indy's vice chairman told listeners to his weekly radio show Monday night that the Colts could afford to keep four-time league MVP Peyton Manning and another quarterback on the roster without sacrificing the team's ability to compete.
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The Matt Cassel Patriots vs. the Peyton Manning Colts
This one should’ve gone to overtime.
Dec 4, 1:00 PM | Turf of Gillette Stadium
Indianapolis Colts vs New England Patriots Odds
The biggest NFL point spread in four years appears on the Week 13 NFL odds menu as the winless Indianapolis Colts visit the New England Patriots Sunday.
The spread opened at 22 points and could climb higher as bettors debate whether the Pats can take apart the Colts...