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The Indianapolis Colts are looking for a bounce back game after giving up a boatload of points, 59 to be exact, last weekend to the New England Patriots. The Buffalo Bills are looking for a two game winning streak after working over the Miami Dolphins last week in Buffalo.Looking at both squads and their respective match-ups, here are three bold predictions for the game this coming Sunday in Indianapolis:1. Indy quarterback Andrew Luck will not throw two pick six touchdowns on Sunday. In fact, Luck will topple the 350 yard mark in passing, not throw one interception, and will pass for three touchdowns. On top of this, Andrew Luck will also score on a quarterback bootleg and lead the Colts to a 13 point victory over the visiting Buffalo Bills.Luck is going to be a model of efficiency on Sunday, with only a handful of incompletions, and he will be a magician on third down completing over 75% of his third down attempts.2. The Buffalo Bills will play well in spurts, and keep pace with t...
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Leodis McKelvin was issued a Notice of Violation by the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA) Police for allegedly interfering with a crew during a flight.
Bruce Arians is in a thankful mood in 2012, a year that was supposed to be his first in retirement. After being let go the Pittsburgh Steelers, Arians figured he would just fade off the NFL landscape. Just when he was going to by a walker, the Indianapolis Colts called. Arians made his feelings known in his Wednesday press conference when he stated: “Thank you Pittsburgh.”...
Last weeks game was another step in the development of Andrew Luck. Colts fans don't need to get down too much.
After going a red hot 13-1 in week 11, I went 2-1 on Thanksgiving day. For the season that makes it 106-57. I'm still in striking distance of .750 for the season.
Let's take a look at week 12.
Minnesota at Chicago - The Vikings are coming off their...
Vick Ballard played on 46 snaps in Week 11 while Donald Brown saw just 19.
It’s unclear if Brown is limited by his ongoing knee issues or if he’s simply been passed up. Either way, Ballard is the only back we can trust in Indy. He started last week’s game and got eight carries on the first two drives while Brown watched. Averaging 16.8 touches per game over the last five weeks...
Alfonzo Dennard had just one more Colts player to beat on the way to his first career touchdown in the NFL — the quarterback. The only problem is that quarterback just so happened to be Andrew Luck. Luck tracked Dennard down during his 87-yard interception return, trying to cut off the speedy cornerback along the sideline before reaching the end zone. Luck’s athleticism and speed...
It seems like it's been so long since Shawne Merriman registered a sack, he can't get the numbers straight.
''What's it been, `09?'' the Buffalo Bills defensive end said Wednesday. Actually, Merriman overlooked the one he had against Cincinnati last year.
But who's counting? One sack over two seasons for someone who had 39 1/2 in his first three...
An apologetic Buffalo Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin acknowledges he was wrong and will not dispute a $75 fine for failing to follow a crew member's orders during a flight to Buffalo.
McKelvin said Thursday that he was ticketed for refusing to turn off his cellphone and failing to buckle his seatbelt while traveling from New York City on Tuesday.
He says he's apologized...
The Buffalo Bills are expected to have running back Fred Jackson
and defensive lineman Chris Kelsay back this weekend when they take on the Indianapolis
Jackson, who was out last Thursday against the Miami
Dolphins due to a concussion, is expected to return today for the Bills. As of
Monday the running back hadn’t completed all of his concussion protocol, but he
Bills head coach Chan Gailey told reporters that even though Fred Jackson has been cleared following a recent a concussion, C.J. Spiller will get the start against the Colts this weekend, via BuffaloBills.com.
“C.J. will start, but we’re still going to play Fred,” said Gailey. “It takes two. It does. So Fred will get quite a few snaps, but C.J. will start and get the majority...
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PSY will take the field to perform during halftime of the Seattle Seahawks-Buffalo Bills game in Toronto's Rogers Centre on Dec. 16.
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It’s looking more and more likely that Ryan Fitzpatrick will not be back as the starter next season, owed 7.25 million non-guaranteed. GM Buddy Nix is known for being an open book when it comes to his offseason plans and his draft plans in particular. In 2010, he mentioned several times how much he wants one of those really speedy backs. Then with...
After speculating that ESPN’s Jon Gruden plans to leave for the NFL following this season, Sports-Illustrated’s Peter King’s comments were edited from the PTI interview on Wednesday (Credit: AP Photo)
There have been multiple reports over the past few months that former Raiders and Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden is interested in returning to the game. With a number of high profile...
PSY will preform “Gangnam Style” at halftime of the NFL game between the Buffalo Bills and the Seattle Seahawks. The game will take place at the Rogers Centre in Toronto on December 16th.
According to BuffaloBills.com
The ever popular “Gangnam Style” song by international sensation PSY is going to be the song of the game in Toronto. PSY will headline halftime at the Bills...
The Indianapolis Colts still have much to prove after being dominated in their biggest test to date in the Andrew Luck-era.
As they look to get back on track, a potentially easier challenge against the visiting Buffalo Bills on Sunday won't come quick enough for the Colts.
Indianapolis (6-4) played its way into playoff contention with four straight wins against teams with a...
New England Patriots cornerback Kyle Arrington was fined $21,000 for a helmet-to-helmet hit against Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. Arrington is the seventh Colts opponent to be fined for hits against Luck, totaling $97,500, according to the Indianapolis Star. The offense occured during last Sunday's 59-24 victory for New England.