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CINCINNATI -- Jerraud Powers made the trip for a reason. The Indianapolis Colts' veteran cornerback will be in the starting lineup for this afternoon's game with the Cincinnati Bengals in Paul Brown Stadium. Powers did not practice this week after suffering an injury to his left hamstring in last Sunday's loss to Kansas City.
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You don't need me to analyze what happened in Cincinnati yesterday.
As the Colts dropped to 0-6, I've noticed a ridiculous trend among some in the national media. Bill Simmons said on Friday that he thinks the Colts would have been terrible regardless of Manning's injury. Will Carrol noted today that he didn't think Peyton Manning was a 5 or 6 win player. As the...
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Three Colts players will not travel to Cincinnati for Sunday's game against the Bengals. Running back Joseph Addai, left tackle Anthony Castonzo and defensive tackle Drake Nevis will stay in Indianapolis, the team said Saturday. Addai left last week's game in the first quarter after hurting his hamstring. Castonzo missed last week's game with a sprained ankle. Nevis has...
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The Indianapolis Colts kept their winless streak alive today against the Cincinnati Bengals, thanks in part to this wacky fumble by Pierre Garçon that the Bengals turned into an immediate touchdown.
And that's how you get to 0-6.
Was he attempting to lateral that ball? Did he learn nothing from Ronnie Brown? Yeah, the Colts weren't in a great spot, but it's not time...
CINCINNATI -- There were positives to be gleaned from the latest negative experience. They just were tough for the Indianapolis Colts' beleaguered defense to digest Sunday afternoon at Paul Brown Stadium.
The Indianapolis Colts' struggling offense is missing running back Joseph Addai and left tackle Anthony Castonzo Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
GAME BALL: TACKLES ANDREW WHITWORTH AND ANDRE SMITH
Coming into the game, Colts defensive ends Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney had combined for 11 sacks against the Bengals. On Sunday they were a non-factor due to Whitworth and Smith as quarterback Andy Dalton rarely felt pressure. Neither Mathis or Freeney had a tackle and the only way Mathis showed up on the stats sheet was...
The Colts tied the game with 11:14 left in the half when Donald Brown went around right end for an 18-yard touchdown as Nate Clements took a bad angle on the play. Right before the half, the Bengals went on 12-play, 74-yard drive that covered 5:56, culminating in a Mike Nugent 20-yard field goal. On that drive, Andy Dalton was 7 of 7 for 74 yards. For the half, he was 15 of...