Found October 18, 2012 on The Colts Authority:
Most Colts fans haven't been paying too much attention to Trent Richardson; I have, because he's the only real star on either of my fantasy teams. Point is, this guy's good. Most running backs on terrible teams are pushed too far, not able to tap into their potential at all; Richardson leads the Browns in rushing and receptions. Heck, one good game at QB and he could lead in passing, too.And he's coming to Indy next week. My fantasy football instincts are tingling. My Colts fan instincts are trembling. According to Mike Chappell: The Colts already have yielded two of the top six individual rushing games of the season: 177 to Jacksonville’s Maurice-Jones Drew and 161 to the New York Jets’ Shonn Greene. Anyway, Chappell breaks down the Colts-D vs. Trent matchup, and - some 'good' news - Richardson may not be playing at %100 (I hate thinking that injured players are 'good news', but in a strictly Colts-related sense, it is). The Colts have one goal nex...
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