Found November 08, 2012 on Fox Sports:
The Colts employed a RBBC approach on Thursday night and left expectant Vick Ballard owners wanting. Rashad Jennings was near-invisible against the normally generous Indianapolis run defense. In the end, the lone player to make his mark on the ground in the Week 10 opener was Andrew Luck. Can anybody top his two rushing touchdowns on Sunday? Let's get into this week's running back "Lineup Calls." Heroes (Exclude Doug Martin, Arian Foster, Ray Rice, Matt Forte, LeSean McCoy, Marshawn Lynch and Adrian Peterson) Stevan Ridley vs. BUF How many ways can I say? The Buffalo run defense is absolutely terrible, ceding 5.7 yards per carry with 14 touchdowns. Opponents have rolled up 44 runs of at least 10 yards against the Bills. Light up the scoreboard this week and get Ridley into your lineup. Michael Turner at NO Turner had a flashback moment on Sunday night, including a fantastic 43-yard sprint to the outside. He's a huge play this week against the dismal Ne...
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