How The IndyStar's writers see it
Mike Chappell: Colts 38, Patriots 34
Just a hunch, one that I've had for the last few weeks. The Colts beat the Patriots, then take their unbeaten record to San Diego where they find their tank bone-dry and are handled by the resurgent Chargers. Sunday figures to be a defensive coordinator's worst nightmare. Peyton Manning and Tom Brady are directing offenses that are averaging a combined 73.4 points and 838.5 yards per game. In case you're wondering, the NFL record for most points scored in a regular-season game is 113 (Washington 72, New York Giants 41). Despite all the offensive firepower, this one will come down to which defense can make just enough difference-making plays. I've seen enough of Indy's defense to believe it will make the difference.
Click to read more................Indy's defense is a complete fraud.
Re: How The IndyStar's writers see it
"Just a hunch"
And this moron is supposed to be a sports writer? I thought you had to have a shred of knowledge and have at least some proof.
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