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Most Patriot fans probably have to feel bitter about last week. Despite going to 9-3 with a 31-24 win over the Indianapolis Colts. The Patriots led 31-3 going into the 4th quarter, but gave up 21 points in the 4th quarter to Dan Orlovsky of all quarterbacks. But as the old saying, a win is a win. Now, New England goes to the nation’s capital to take on the 4-8 Washington Redskins. With a win on Sunday, the Patriots will win ten or more game for the ninth straight season.
Washington got off to a great start to the season with Rex Grossman at quarterback by winning three of its first four games. Then, head coach Mike Shanahan switched to John Beck and the season went crumbling down. They do have some nice pieces there with rookie Roy Helu Jr. at running back and they have some nice pass rushers in Brian Orakpo and rookie Ryan Kerrigan. The one thing that will hurt Washington in this game is that their top tight end, Fred Davis, and left tackle Trent Williams are out the rest of the y...
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Six Things to Watch for in Sunday's Colts Ravens Game
Orlovsky is going to have to worry about sacks this week.
Last week the Colts beat expectations (and the spread), but ultimately still lost their 12th straight game. This week, it's another rivalry game with the Ravens. Assuming you still tune in on Sundays, here's what to watch for:
1. Watch for sacks. The Ravens...
If the above video tells you anything, it should be that the answer to the above question is an astounding no. While some players will be remembered for amazing 4th quarter heroics or spectacular catches, Dan Orlovsky will be reminded of that play for the rest of his life… … [visit site to read more]
Should the Baltimore Ravens Be Worried of Dan Orlovsky? - Ebony Bird - Ebony...
Each week, Coltzilla will scour the net for team rankings from football experts covering the previous week, and discuss them from the fan’s perspective. Average Ranking: 32.00 (previously 32.00) CBS Sports – Pete Prisco – 32nd (no change): At least with Dan Orlovsky, they showed some life on offense. Not a lot. But some. [Hmmm, [...]
Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo landed a big hit on Colts quarterback Dan Orlovsky last Sunday and the league laid down some punishment for it this week. According to the league, Mayo has been fined $25,000 because he “struck the opposing quarterback in the head and neck area.” The officials in the Patriots’ 31-24 victory saw…
QB Dan Orlovsky struggled in his 2nd start for the Colts, going 17 of 37 for 136 yards, 1 touchdown and 1 interception.
When you add it all up, things will be ugly -- again -- Sunday when the Colts travel to Baltimore, their old stomping grounds. Sure, QB Dan Orlovsky showed some moxie and flair last week, but the team's injuries are just too much to overcome. And what about that Manning guy?
This was unexpected…
But Patriots LB Jerod Mayo was fined a whopping $25,000 by the league for a hit on Colts QB Dan Orlovsky last week.
According to an NFL spokesman, the roughing the passer fine was because he “struck the opposing QB in the head and neck area.”
Mayo was not penalized on the play, which was interesting. But he did fly into Orlovsky and hit high him. I am not...
The Colts remained winless with a 24-10 loss to the Ravens in Week 14.
Quarterback Dan Orlovsky was shaky as expected vs. a dominant defense, as he completed just 17 of 37 passes for 136 yards, with one touchdown and one interception. Running back Donald Brown was also shut down while running into a Baltimore brick wall, with a measly 28 yards on nine rushing attempts...
This Sunday’s matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens features two impressive streaks, one of which will end. The Colts have an eight game winning streak against the Ravens dating back to 2002. Equally impressive is the Colts 12 game streak of losing to everyone they’ve played this season. One of these streaks will come to an end but which one?
Indianapolis @ Baltimore
The Colts were shockingly competitive against New England, while the Ravens rolled Cleveland.
No matter how bad the Patriots have been on pass defense has been this season, nobody saw Dan Orlovsky putting up 354 yards and 2 TDs against them. And Pierre Garcon was the biggest recipient, catching 9 passes for 150 yards and both TDs. Donald Brown even had...
After the Steelers won on Thursday night, the Ravens needed to win today to stay even with their AFC North rivals. Good thing for Baltimore that the Colts came to town today. The Colts’ defense didn’t look like it was interested in playing tackle football, and Colts quarterback Dan Orlovsky didn’t look like a professional…
It was downright Peyton Manning- esque. Over the final 19 minutes of last Sunday's loss at New England, Dan Orlovsky completed all but three of his 23 passes for 271 yards with two touchdowns and one interception.
New England Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo has been fined $25,000 by the NFL for an illegal hit against Indianapolis Colts' quarterback Dan Orlovsky in last Sunday's game.