Found October 23, 2011 on The Sports Bank:
What was the best day in New Orleans Saints franchise history was the worst day for many Indianapolis Colts fans. With Super Bowl XLIV, which the Saints won 31-17 after recovering an onside kick at the beginning of the second half and then returning a Peyton Manning interception for a touchdown, now far in the rear-view mirror, these two teams meet again, albeit with much different looks. What kind of chance will the Colts (0-6) have at avenging their Super Bowl loss tonight at 8:20 p.m. at the Louisiana Superdome — without Manning? At first glance, it would seem Indy’s chances at pulling off a win tonight would be slim-to-none. New Orleans (4-2) still deploys an explosive, high-scoring offense led by Drew Brees, who earned MVP honors in Super Bowl XLIV. Given the Colts’ defensive woes of late — particularly all its struggles in the secondary with the likes of Jacob Lacey and Terrence Johnson — it appears daunting having to keep weapons Marques Colston, Devery Henderson, Robert Me...

NFL Week 7: Three-Year Low For ‘SNF’ Blowout Opposite World Series

With Peyton Manning on the sidelines, the Colts winless, the Saints merciless, and the World Series providing hefty competition, NBC hit a three-year low in the overnights for Sunday Night Football. The Week 7 edition of Sunday Night Football, pitting the winless Colts against the Saints, earned an 8.2 overnight rating on NBC — down 49% from Week 7 last year (MIN/GB: 16.0), and...

Should The Winless Colts Draft Andrew Luck?

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Tony Dungy thinks the Indianapolis Colts should draft Andrew Luck if given the opportunity and trade Peyton Manning.  With what would've been a willing suitor in the Oakland Raiders following their trade for Carson Palmer we look at other potential destinations for the future hall of fame quarterback.Kansas City Chiefs: A franchise that has some history dealing for legendary...

Indianapolis Colts Really Are That Bad in Loss to New Orleans

It was the question widely asked before the season and during it thus far: “Could the Colts be THAT bad without Peyton Manning?” They sure were Sunday night. Indianapolis never even competed against the New Olreans Saints, suffering a 62-7 wallop at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The team that handed the Colts (0-7) perhaps their most forgettable postseason defeat also delivered...

The Saints Scored A Lot Of Points Last Night

With Peyton Manning on the sidelines or in the booth in a polo shirt instead of on the field throwing for seven touchdown passes, the Colts have been awful this season. More »

Did Tony Dungy Really Advise Indianapolis Colts to Trade Peyton Manning, Draft Andrew Luck?

Tony Dungy won a Super Bowl with the Indianapolis Colts with Peyton Manning as his quarterback. While Dungy has moved on from coaching and took a job with NBC Sports as an analyst, is he now advising his former team to also consider parting ways with their best player in franchise history? Manning has not played one down this season in Indianapolis following three neck...

Barrow on Spence: "What Peyton Manning is to the Colts, that's what he is for us"

CORAL GABLES -- After helping shut down one of the nation's most potent rushing attacks Saturday, Sean Spence was rewarded Monday with his third ACC Linebacker Of The Week Award. Spence racked up 10 tackles including six solo stops and a tackle for a loss of two yards against Georgia Tech while starting and finished at middle linebacker for the first time in his career. Spence...
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