Found October 06, 2012 on Football Nation:
Both the Packers and Colts have had ups and downs in this young season. The combined record of these two teams is 3-4, meaning both clubs are in dire need of a victory. Week 2 saw both clubs bringing home good wins, when the Packers defeated the Bears 23-10 at Lambeau, while the Colts were victorious over the Vikings 23-20 in Indianapolis.  Since then, very little has been seen by either ball club, and this could be a deciding week for either one of these teams. Will the Colts play inspired after learning their coach, Chuck Pagano, will be fighting leukemia, or will the Packers reassert their dominance?1.) Cedric Benson will get 20 attempts and 100 yardsLately Benson's workload has been consistent and I believe the Packers will attempt to control time of possession by running the ball. Cedric has yet to crack the 100-yard barrier in a game this season, but with a sub-par passing game, coupled with a Colts' defense that has yielded 131 yards a game on the ground, Benson will ...
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