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  • Andrew Luck gives Colts an edge over Bengals

    Andrew Luck gives Colts an edge over Bengals
    The Indianapolis Colts might have liked an earlier start time for Sunday's wild-card game against Cincinnati. Earlier, as in October. That's when the Colts were rolling, amassing at least 400 yards in eight of their first nine games. Indianapolis...
  • AFC playoff preview: Bengals at Colts

    AFC playoff preview: Bengals at Colts
    The Colts might have liked an earlier start time for Sunday's wild-card game against the Bengals. As in October. That's when the Colts were rolling, amassing at least 400 yards in eight of their first nine games. They have cooled over the past two...
  • Jones brothers to meet in AFC title game

    Jones brothers to meet in AFC title game
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The Jones family dinner table was a competitive place with three athletic sons. "If it was the last piece of chicken, or whatever, we were wrestling for it," said eldest brother Arthur. The reward will be much greater —...
  • Trojans in the NFL: Colts represent USC in AFC championship

    Trojans in the NFL: Colts represent USC in AFC championship
    USC will be represented on at least one side of Sunday’s AFC championship game. Indianapolis Colts center Khaled Holmes will be on the field and Coach Chuck Pagano on the sideline against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro,...
  • Vinatieri Ready For Possible Farewell Game At New England

    Vinatieri Ready For Possible Farewell Game At New England
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Adam Vinatieri savored all those New England celebrations. He made the two big field goals in the "Tuck Rule" playoff game and, of course, the two game-winning Super Bowl kicks. On Sunday, the longtime Patriots kicker will return...
  • Patriots Discussion: Conservative Rush And A Big Bag Of Wind

    Patriots Discussion: Conservative Rush And A Big Bag Of Wind
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — There have been two pressing questions in the hours and days leading to the AFC Championship Game. 1. How many times will the Patriots run the ball against the Colts? 2. Who will be the first to open his mouth and erase any...
  • Colts Hope Improved Defense Will Change Results Vs. Patriots

    Colts Hope Improved Defense Will Change Results Vs. Patriots
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Chuck Pagano came to Indianapolis making the case for a robust defense. Now the Colts coach has the proof he needs to demonstrate it's working. The stats have improved, the game tapes look better and a suddenly stout defense is one...
  • Star quarterback match-ups highlight NFL playoff weekend

    Star quarterback match-ups highlight NFL playoff weekend
    In this quarterback-driven league, nothing could be better than teams driven by their QBs meeting in the playoffs. So next weekend can't come soon enough: Denver's Peyton Manning vs. the man who replaced him in Indianapolis, Andrew Luck. Baltimore's Joe...
  • Ray Rice could be reinstated, but the road back will be a long one

    Ray Rice could be reinstated, but the road back will be a long one
    Former Ravens running back Ray Rice will probably have to be reinstated by the NFL after his appeal hearing Nov. 5-6, but he most likely won't play again until next season. Rice is still carrying too much baggage and can't completely start rebuilding...
  • Eagles focus remains sharper than ever

    Eagles focus remains sharper than ever
    — So many things can conspire to send the Philadelphia Eagles to their second defeat of the season Sunday at Arizona, but the players and coaches are confident complacency isn't one of them. There will be no letdown following a 5-1 start, a...
  • Super Bowl hopefuls feature pros and cons

    Super Bowl hopefuls feature pros and cons
    DENVER — Each of the dozen NFL teams still standing has reason to believe next month will bring a party and a parade. Every one of them also has a potentially costly flaw that could have them dejectedly clearing out their lockers instead. "The...