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Expect Dan Orlovsky to be practicing his grimace again when the Colts visit the Patriots.<img
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Phil Richards follows up on Dan Orlovsky's winless season with Detroit:
"I have moved on," said Orlovsky, a seven-year veteran whose wife, Tiffany, is due in a month to deliver triplets. "I love football. I work as hard as I can at it. It's important to me, but it's not what I use to say who I am. . . . Did I ever want to be a part of (0-16)? No."
Dan Orlovsky conjured a little of the old Peyton Manning magic against the Patriots.<img
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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The lift was noticeable but not enough. That's the bottom line that caught Dan Orlovsky's critical eye.
The Patriots topped the winless Colts, 31-24. But Indy back-up QB Dan Orlovsky, taking the helm of the NFL’s worst offense, was nearly perfect against a New England pass D on pace to give up more passing yards than any team in history.....
We spoke of moral victories in the Huskies final game of the 2011 season, a 35-27 loss to the Bearcats in Cincinnati Saturday. The Colts, annually one of the NFL's best teams suddenly relegated to bottom-of-the-barrel status without their all-world quarterback Peyton Manning, have not only gone winless through 12 games, they have experienced very few moral victories, too.
The Colts fell to the Patriots 31-24 at Gillette Stadium, and remain winless at 0-12.
Quarterback Dan Orlovsky made his first start of the season in place of the ineffective Curtis Painter, and fared well in the soft match-up as he completed 30 of 37 passes for 353 yards, with two touchdowns against one interception. Donald Brown led the ground attack with just 41 yards...
Rob Gronkowski scored three touchdowns and the Patriots held off the winless Colts 31-24. Dan Orlovsky turned in a solid start for the Colts with 353 yards and two touchdowns.
Judging by Patriots head coach Bill Belichick's tone at the postgame news conference, he wasn't too happy with his team's performance in the fourth quarter against the Colts. Why should he be? For that matter, why should anyone? Yes, they gave up just three points until the fourth quarter, which would then qualify said fourth quarter as "garbage time." But by...
The Colts are terrible. They are 0-11 and their quarterback this afternoon is the immortal Dan Orlovsky.