Boy this game sure did look better before the season started. I'm not sure where to start, so I will start with a little reaction to the Titans game. I was surprised at how well the held the White/Johnson combo in check. The Colts D played well enough to win the game, but the offense never got clicking. It's obvious that rust with the lack of training camp and preseason still shows up. I thought the O-line did a decent job against one of the better front 7s in the league, I realize that KVB wasn't there, but Peyton was upright most of the game and Rhodes had running lanes. I sure am sick of seeing balls tipped by receivers getting picked. I think at least half of the picks this year should have been catches. On to this weeks match up. The Colts are finally starting to get healthy. Minus Ryan Lilja, the starting left guard, the Colts are healthy on offense and had the closest thing to their projected line in the Titans game for the first time. Addai is expected to be back, though I'm not sure how much they will use him coming off the injury and with the success that Rhodes has had filling in. On defense Sanders should be back and Hayden will be close. Hagler, one of the projected starters at linebacker played for the first time since coming off the PUP list against the Titans. This has been a Jeckle and Hyde team this season. They have only played one complete game this year, the Ravens game, but they looked awesome doing it. But it was the Ravens. Peyton and the receivers just aren't quite clicking. That said, they aren't too far off most of the time. Peyton has made some poor throws as a result trying to make something happen though. The running game is starting to come around, so that may make the play action more effective. I'm not overly familiar with all of the injuries going on with the Patriots minus Brady, the running backs and Harrison. I haven't been following as closely this season since each team has their issue to make this year unlike the past. So, I'm not quite sure how much your injuries will impact things. Harrison being out should help the Colts running game. I've seen just enough o Cassel to know that he's playing, but not enough to see how well his decision making is going. He does seem to hold onto the ball for a while, that could be one area that plays into the Colts scheme. If Morris isn't back I think Faulk can be effective, but more as a receiver than a runner. A couple questions and then I'll wait to see how you guys feel about the match up. One, is your line doing enough to allow your linebackers to drop back into coverage and are you guys comfortable with them matching up with Dallas? Two, how has your secondary been playing? The Denver game is probably hard to judge since Cutler was hurt right away and they were forced to play catch up. And last, how is the health of you O-line?