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Andrew Luck won't need permission to stay up for the second half of "Monday Night Football." Luck will make his Monday night debut when he and the AFC South-leading Indianapolis Colts visit Philip Rivers and the enigmatic San Diego Chargers. It'll be a big deal for Luck, especially if the Colts (4-1) beat the Chargers (2-3).
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Concluding the Week 6 NFL schedule will be the Indianapolis Colts and the San Diego Chargers on “Monday Night Football,” which looks as if like it’ll be a high scoring contest. The Colts (4-1) will be coming into Qualcomm Stadium with a little more swagger, after a big win over the Seattle Seahawks in Week 5. The Chargers (2-3), for the time being, will be trying to get things...
The Indianapolis Colts will travel to San Diego to face the Chargers in what is Andrew Luck's Monday Night Football debut. The Colts are coming off a huge win against the Seahawks and are now on a 3 game winning streak. The Chargers are coming off a loss against the Raiders. Whenever the Colts play the Chargers, it always seems to be a close game, especially if the game is...
The Indianapolis Colts are already the pseudo-champions of the NFC. They have won at San Francisco and beat visiting Seattle last week. The 49ers and Seahawks opened the season as NFC Super Bowl favorites, and Seattle still is at 11-2 to win the conference.
However, the Colts are, of course, in the AFC, where the offensively unstoppable Denver Broncos reside and are 5-1 overall...
Andrew Luck is a star. He was born to be a star and he was bred to be a star. Ever since he was a junior at Stanford, he’s been touted the next big star in the NFL. No, he didn’t win a Heisman like Robert Griffin III did. No, he never won a National Championship like Cam Newton did. But ask any NFL scout, GM or head coach, and they’ll tell you if they had to do the 2012 draft...
You can pretty much bet that if John Pagano tried to call Chuck Pagano this week, the older brother didn't pick up.
While the brothers have coached against each other before, Monday night's edition of the sibling rivalry will be the first since Chuck became head coach of the Indianapolis Colts and John was promoted to defensive coordinator of the San Diego Chargers.
The Indianapolis Colts placed running back Ahmad Bradshaw on their injured reserve list this past week for the neck injury he suffered against the Jacksonville Jaguars in week four. At first, it looked like the veteran back would only miss a couple of weeks, but the neck didn’t heal properly and Bradshaw elected to have surgery to repair the damage. This decision is not only...
Colts tight end Dwayne Allen expects to be ready for OTA’s in 2014 as he rehabs from hip surgery.
#colts Dwayne Allen said recovery time for hip surgery is 3-4 months. Looking forward to being ready for OTAs in 2014.
— Mike Chappell (@mchappell51) October 12, 2013
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After man-handling the 49ers and the Jaguars, and winning a tough contest with Seattle, the 4-1 Indianapolis Colts head west for Andrew Luck’s Monday Night debut against the San Diego Chargers. The Colts need to stay focused for this game, and not focus too far ahead to the monumental showdown against the Denver Broncos. The Colts will need to do three things to make sure Andrew...
More T.Y. to come?
Remember when it was fair to ask whether the Colts were underutilizing receiver T.Y. Hilton?
That question would have been fair game just a few weeks ago. But after Sunday’s career-best performance (140 yards) against the Seattle Seahawks it no longer seems applicable.
Hilton said a big reason he has been so good — with two 100-yard games in five outings...
When the news broke that Running back Trent Richardson had been traded from the Cleveland Browns to the Indianapolis Colts, his value skyrocketed. He turned into an untradeable running back that owners believed would lead their fantasy teams to the Promised Land. However, Trent Richardson has been nothing but a disappointment as he has rushed for only 256 yards as a member of the...
The Indianapolis Colts will face the San Diego Chargers this week and their quarterback Philip Rivers. Rivers is a above average quarterback who provides a very good test for the Colts' pass defense. He also offers something the Colts have not faced this year, a real top 10 passing quarterback.The last few years, many were complaining about Philip Rivers' declining play....
Indianapolis Colts (4-1) at San Diego Chargers (2-3)
I was dead wrong about the Colts this season. In my defense, the logic was sound. The Colts were not an 11 win team last year. 7 of their 11 wins came by a touchdown or less against a team that finished with a record of 7-9 or worse. They had a terrible offensive line and defense and finished the season 25th in DVOA, which I think...
After a gut wrenching loss late Sunday night against the Raiders, the Chargers now must refocus and go against one of the better quarterbacks in the NFL.That quarterback is Andrew Luck. He's been nothing short of spectacular this year, and I'd argue he's already a top 5 QB in the league, yet is still underrated. He's really fun to watch. With most of the pressure...
Start Andrew Luck vs. Chargers. San Diego has allowed 12 touchdowns to opposing QBs this year to accompany over 335 yards per game. The only QB to not score multiple times against the Chargers this year is Jake Locker, and Andrew Luck is coming off of a strong week against the Seahawks.Start Robert Griffin III vs. Cowboys. RGIII put up over 500 yards and 5 touchdowns against the...
San Diego Chargers
Passing: Philip Rivers (SDG) 261.8 yds
Rushing: Trent Richardson (IND) 68.2 yds
Receiving: Antonio Gates (SDG) 98.4 yds
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229 Indianapolis Colts -1
230 San Diego Chargers +1
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