(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By JIM JOHNSON Associated Press There's a first time for everything and Sunday's trip to New England will be a first for many of the Indianapolis Colts.
''It's funny because I had a show of hands of how many guys in the locker room that this was their first trip to Foxborough,'' interim head coach Bruce Arians said. ''Way too many.''
Arians said nearly half of the players in the locker room raised their hands.
Of course, this season has been full of new things - a new quarterback, a new coach, a new general manager, a new image on the field.
Now the Colts (6-3) will try to do something for the first time since 2009 when they go on the road to face the Patriots (6-3) - string five wins together.
''This game is, it's enriched in its own way, with the competitors on the field and the grand stage that it's on, both teams 6-3,'' defensive end Cory Redding. ''At the end of the day, somebody's got to come out 7-3 and it's going to be a nice challenge fo...