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While this story has been floating around over a week now — initially reported by a Tennessee Volunteers blog — recent requests by the Manning family for the Indianapolis Star not to report on speculation created uncertainty surrounding reports of twins born to 4-time NFL MVP Peyton Manning and his wife, Ashley Manning. Without hard evidence or reputable sources to confirm this story, Coltzilla chose to respect the Manning family’s request for privacy and give them whatever time they desired to get comfortable in their new role as parents, or deal with any unknown issues or complications that may have been involved. That changed today, when the local Indianapolis Channel 6 News station obtained copies of a pair of birth certificates filed to the Marion County Health Department in which Colts Quarterback Peyton Manning and his wife Louisa “Ashley” Manning are named as parents. More >
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Should Fans Worry about the Colts Defense?
Posted by Greg Cowan in 2010 Regular Season | 831 views
The defense of the 2010 Indianapolis Colts has run the gamut of breakdowns in their first three regular-season games. Against the Houston Texans in Week One, they allowed over 250 yards rushing due to a breakdown in gap-discipline. In Week Two, the Colts gave up two long touchdown passes against the New York Giants, due to poor technique from the cornerbacks. Finally, this past Sunday, overly aggressive play from the Colts’ defensive backs consistently turned short completions into long plays. The consistent breakdowns have some Colts fans wondering: Will the defense prevent this team from winning a Super Bowl?
After the jump we’ll look at the three defensive performances, tell you what went wrong, and if the Colts can fix it. More >
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Quick Thoughts: Giants 38, Colts 14
Posted by Greg Cowan in 2010 Regular Season | 1,152 views
What a difference a week makes, eh? The same Indianapolis Colts that couldn’t get out of their own way last week willingly played the part of Super Bowl contender on Sunday night. Receiving the opening kick off, the Colts marched 80 yards down the field and took a lead they would never relinquish. Here are my quick thoughts from their 38-14 victory:
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NFC East: Regular and Postseason Predictions
The season is here, so naturally it is time to look ahead to the playoffs. No? This eight-part series takes a look at each division and discusses the outlook for every team in the NFL — in both the regular season and playoffs.
TEAM: Philadelphia Eagles
RECORD: 10-6 | Win Division
REASON: Even after trading away quarterback Donovan McNabb, the Philadelphia Eagles should be able to thrive with the pieces around new quarterback Kevin Kolb. Kolb has only started two games in his career, but he has shown a lot of promise, displayed poise, and has a strong arm. The talent of players like tight end Brent Celek and wide receiver DeSean Jackson will certainly benefit Kolb in his new role. The Eagles also boast a solid defense, which will help keep the ball in Kolb’s hands and keep him out of holes on the scoreboard. More >
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Welcome to the first part of a four part series that will preview fantasy rankings for the upcoming NFL season. Each part will rank the top 15 players at specific offensive positions (QB, RB, WR, and TE) needed for fantasy football.
Part One: Quarterbacks – It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a football!
Quarterbacks may be the face of the franchise in the NFL but when it comes to fantasy football they’re usually overlooked and running backs become the “sexy position.” That being said, QBs are able to have just as much of an impact as RBs do. Last season, the top 15 QBs averaged 234 fantasy points while the top 15 RBs averaged 196 fantasy points. This just shows that picking the right QB is imperative to your fantasy team’s success. Looking forward to 2010, there are a number of elite QBs in the league ready to torture defenses while there are few more ready to try and do the same. The big question for fantasy enthusiasts this off-season has been who will be the number one fantasy QB in 2010? Could it be Drew Brees? Maybe it’s a Manning? Can Aaron Rodgers reclaim the crown, or will it be someone entirely different? Let’s take a look at my top 15 ranked QBs heading into the 2010 season:
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Manning Family Comes Together for Manning Passing Academy
The Daily Comet in Lafourche Parrish, Louisiana covers the annual Manning Passing Academy and speaks with Peyton about spending rare time together with his brother Eli and father Archie.
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