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The Green Bay Packers have had one of the tougher schedules to start the year. They started with the stout 49ers, a division rival in the Bears, a Seattle game marred by the replacement refs and a Saints team desperate for a win. To come out of that with a 2-2 record could be looked at as a success or an utter disappointment.
And just when you thought the road gets a little easier, it doesn’t.
The Packers travel to Indianapolis to take on a Colts team who will be playing with heavy hearts after learning about their Head Coach Chuck Pagano and his diagnosis with leukemia.
Indianapolis Colts (1-2) Analysis: In reality, Pagano’s leukemia has nothing to do with the football being played on the field. But it will have an effect on the Colts’ fans who are beyond passionate about their NFL team and it will provide a young team with a motivational boost. Fans have the opportunity to pick up CHUCKSTRONG T-Shirts (pictured above), tees I expect to see all over the place on Sunday. We all ho...
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Aaron Rodgers and the Packers should have put Sunday’s game against the Colts away at the end of the first half.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers gets annoyed when people ask him about not having many fourth quarter comeback wins on his resume. Rodgers usually points out that he’s won a lot of games in the second and third quarter, making any type of late comeback unnecessary...
On the eve of their Week 5 game at Indianapolis, the Green Bay Packers on Saturday made a pair of personnel moves, activating defensive end Mike Neal andreleasing fellow defensive lineman Phillip Merling.
Neal was activated from exempt status following a four-game suspension for violatingthe NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.The 6-foot-3, 294-pounder, who was...
Cedric Benson could have a big day against the Colts
This Green Bay Packers head to Indianapolis this weekend to face the Colts, who had their bye last week. Each team is in need of a win to set the tone heading into the season’s 2nd quarter. Before we dive into the key matchups, a little bit on each team and this matchup’s history.
Last week, it was announced that Colts...
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Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com reiterated how thin the Colts are right now at cornerback as they get ready to face the surging Packers offense:
Cassius Vaughn will start opposite Jerraud Powers. Darius Butler or Josh Gordy will be at nickel in two different versions of the package. It could be catastrophic, but interim coach Bruce Arians has no choice but...
Andrew Luck took a vicious hit on this play, and luckily he wasn’t hurt on the play. Nick Perry is a big man and has been a force so far for the Green Bay Packers. Even though he got lit up, Luck got the last laugh by pulling off the upset victory.Via: @cfbsection
Good afternoon, Colts Fans. I hope your weekend has been great so far. This week, we are doing NFL picks on Coltsauthority.com. Everyone on the staff who was able sent me their Week 5 winners with full bragging rights at stake. And, if you feel like getting into the mix as well, feel free to add your Week 5 picks into the comments.
The Colts Authority staff all agrees...
Reggie Wayne of the Indianapolis was covered by Charles Woodson for most of the first half during the Colts and Packers game on Sunday, but it didn’t matter for the below catch. Reggie Wayne made an incredible one-handed grab from Andrew Luck. For good measure, a defensive pass interference call was also made on Woodson during the play. This one will make many highlight reels...
Packers running back Cedrick Benson left Lucas Oil Stadium with a boot on his left foot, but said he didn't feel the injury was overly serious, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports. He said X-rays did not show any damage and that he would know more when tests were taken Monday.
He said he felt comfortable it wasn't a serious injury such as a lisfranc...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Clay Matthews may have been a little too good to begin this season. With six sacks in the Packers' first two games, Matthews matched his 2011 season total and showed opposing teams that his statistical drop-off in production was nothing more than a one-year glitch.
After the fourth-year linebacker dominated the 49ers and Bears in Weeks 1 and 2 and was on pace...
The Colts week 5 game was supposed to be about their Head Coach. It was supposed to be about the emotions of the sad, unexpected, depressing situation. It was supposed to be about the Green Bay Packers showing the world they're still the best team in the NFL.
Instead, as the Colts (2-2) fought back from a 21-3 halftime deficit to win 30-27, we found that today was all about...
Tight end Jermichael Finley hasn’t been the same since his knee injury
While most fans and members of the media have been focusing on Jermichael Finley’s drops for the past 21 games, I’m more concerned about his decreased athleticism. Ever since injuring his right knee against the Washington Redskins nearly two years ago, the fifth-year tight end from the University of Texas...
After the Colts 30-27 win over the Green Bay Packers, an emotional Jim Irsay gave a heartfelt speech to his team. He then took the game ball and drove straight to the hospital. Colts coach Chuck Pagano was admitted last week after being diagnosed with acute promyelocytic leukemia
"Just a special thing to do today, especially for Chuck and this team," Colts defensive end...
Charles C. Woodson is highly regarded as one of the best college and NFL athletes of all time. A multi-talented troublesome kid from Fremont, Ohio, Woodson was one of the top high school athletes in the Nation in the mid-1990s and went on to earn a football scholarship at the University of Michigan. Woodson was named to the All- Big 10 team as a true freshman at Michigan, as well...
Colts cornerback Vontae Davis (foot) has been ruled out of the game against Green Bay this Sunday, according to beat writer Conrad BrunnerFantasy Spin:A game with the Packers is a bad time to find your secondary down one of it's best cover men. Add more value to Aaron Rodgers, James Jones and Jordy Nelson.
The Indianapolis Colts have declared QB Chandler Harnish, OL Joe Reitz, CB Justin King, RB Mewelde Moore, LB Pat Angerer, OG Seth Olsen, CB Vontae Davis inactive for Week 5. Source: KFFL.com Attached Thumbnails