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September 7, 2012 | by the Daily News, pdomo@aol.com
ED BARKOWITZ Eagles' record: 10-6 Michael Vick's starts: 13 DeSean Jackson TD catches: 8 LeSean McCoy rushing yards: 1275 DRC/Nnamdi interceptions: 8 Division winners NFC East: Eagles NFC North: Packers NFC South: Falcons NFC West: 49ers AFC East: Patriots AFC North: Bengals AFC South: Texans AFC West: Chargers NFC wild cards: Cowboys, Saints NFC Championship Game: Packers vs. Falcons...
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September 9, 2010 | by the Daily News
NFC East 1. Cowboys 2. Eagles (9-7) 3. Giants 4. Redskins NFC North 1. Packers 2. Vikings 3. Bears 4. Lions NFC South 1. Saints 2. Falcons 3. Panthers 4. Bucs NFC West 1. 49ers 2. Cardinals 3. Seahawks 4. Rams AFC East 1. Jets 2. Patriots 3. Dolphins 4. Bills AFC North 1. Ravens 2. Bengals 3. Steelers ...
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December 7, 2005 | Daily News Wire Services
Tony Dungy treats the mounting questions like he's a politician. Everyone wants to know how the Indianapolis Colts cope with the pressure of staying perfect 1 more week. Dungy usually responds with a tactful touch. But there is one question that makes the Colts' coach groan: Will he continue playing starters if the Colts clinch the AFC South title, a first-round bye and homefield advantage this weekend? "I don't think too far ahead, but I do everything I can to win," he said with a chuckle.
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January 8, 2012 | Associated Press
The Houston Texans turned to their kids, then to their stars, to win the first playoff appearance in franchise history, a 31-10 rout of the bungling Cincinnati Bengals. Rookie J.J. Watt's leaping interception return for a touchdown late in the first half propelled the Texans in Saturday's AFC wild-card game. Third-string quarterback T.J. Yates, another rookie pressed into action, threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Andre Johnson, and Arian Foster followed with his second touchdown of the game, a 42-yard run in the fourth quarter, to finish off the Bengals (9-8)
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January 9, 2005 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Today at 1 p.m. Television: Channel 3 Line: Colts by 10 DENVER (10-6) at INDIANAPOLIS (12-4) Prediction: Colts 35, Broncos 24 Over-under: 56 Coaches: For Denver, Mike Shanahan, 52 (10th season, also Oakland Raiders, 1988-89; overall, 116-74; postseason, 7-3.) For Indianapolis, Tony Dungy, 49 (third season, also Tampa Bay 1996-2001; overall, 92-62; postseason, 4-6). Regular season: The Broncos finished second in the AFC West. The Colts won the AFC South. Most recent meeting: Last Sunday.
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February 15, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
ACCORDING TO Colts owner Jim Irsay, Peyton Manning will decide whether he plays another game for Indianapolis. Irsay expects to meet with Manning in the next seven days, and the owner told the Indianapolis Star yesterday the return of the four-time MVP depends on his willingness to restructure his contract. Manning has spent the past 5 months recovering from his third neck surgery in less than 2 years, and there have been conflicting reports about how much progress he has made.
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December 23, 2011 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
INDIANAPOLIS - Reggie Wayne will always remember last night's catch. The man with the expiring contract caught a 1-yard touchdown pass from Dan Orlovsky with 19 seconds left, giving the Colts their only lead of the game in a 19-16 victory over AFC South champion Houston. It's the second straight win for the Colts (2-13), who will have to fight off St. Louis and Minnesota for the No. 1 overall draft pick. Orlovsky, who played the last two seasons with Houston, also won his second straight game after losing his first nine NFL starts.
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December 31, 2007 | Daily News Wire Services
Kerry Collins spent most of the season waiting for a chance to prove he could still play. Last night, with a playoff spot at stake, Tennessee's backup quarterback delivered the biggest win of the season. He led the Titans to three second-half field goals, including a 54-yarder from Rob Bironas to retake the lead in a 16-10 victory over host Indianapolis (13-3) that left Tennessee celebrating and Cleveland grimacing. The Titans visit San Diego next Sunday. The Titans (10-6)
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September 9, 2011 | Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS - Peyton Manning underwent more neck surgery Thursday, the third time in 19 months, and will miss not only the opening game but possibly the entire season. Losing Manning for any stretch of time is a huge blow to the Colts and throws the race for the AFC South wide open. The four-time NFL MVP hasn't missed a game in 14 NFL seasons, with 227 consecutive starts, including postseason. "Rehabilitation from such surgery is typically an involved process," the team said in a statement, calling the procedure "uneventful.
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December 26, 2012 | Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS - Chuck Pagano was so eager to get back to work Monday, he was the first one to show up at team headquarters. Long before meeting with his players, the Colts' first-year coach drove quietly into the complex, walked into the office where the lights have remained on for nearly three months, and began preparing for Sunday's game against AFC South champion Houston as if it were another day at the office. Hardly. It was the biggest milestone yet in an incredibly emotional season in which Pagano has beaten leukemia and the Colts have been a most pleasant surprise in reaching the playoffs under interim coach Bruce Arians.
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December 26, 2012 | Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS - Chuck Pagano was so eager to get back to work Monday, he was the first one to show up at team headquarters. Long before meeting with his players, the Colts' first-year coach drove quietly into the complex, walked into the office where the lights have remained on for nearly three months, and began preparing for Sunday's game against AFC South champion Houston as if it were another day at the office. Hardly. It was the biggest milestone yet in an incredibly emotional season in which Pagano has beaten leukemia and the Colts have been a most pleasant surprise in reaching the playoffs under interim coach Bruce Arians.
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September 7, 2012 | by the Daily News, pdomo@aol.com
ED BARKOWITZ Eagles' record: 10-6 Michael Vick's starts: 13 DeSean Jackson TD catches: 8 LeSean McCoy rushing yards: 1275 DRC/Nnamdi interceptions: 8 Division winners NFC East: Eagles NFC North: Packers NFC South: Falcons NFC West: 49ers AFC East: Patriots AFC North: Bengals AFC South: Texans AFC West: Chargers NFC wild cards: Cowboys, Saints NFC Championship Game: Packers vs. Falcons...
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September 7, 2012
TEAM PROPS ODDS TO WIN SUPER BOWL Packers . . . 6-1 Panthers . . . 35-1 Patriots . . . 7-1 Bengals . . . 35-1 Eagles . . . 12-1 Chiefs . . . 40-1 49ers . . . 12-1 Titans . . . 50-1 Texans . . . 12-1 Seahawks . . . 50-1 Giants . . . 15-1 Bills . . . 50-1 Steelers . . . 15-1 Cardinals . . . 65-1 Saints . . . 15-1 Redskins . . . 65-1 Ravens . . . 18-1 Dolphins . . . 70-1 Broncos . . . 18-1 Raiders ....
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February 15, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
ACCORDING TO Colts owner Jim Irsay, Peyton Manning will decide whether he plays another game for Indianapolis. Irsay expects to meet with Manning in the next seven days, and the owner told the Indianapolis Star yesterday the return of the four-time MVP depends on his willingness to restructure his contract. Manning has spent the past 5 months recovering from his third neck surgery in less than 2 years, and there have been conflicting reports about how much progress he has made.
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January 8, 2012 | Associated Press
The Houston Texans turned to their kids, then to their stars, to win the first playoff appearance in franchise history, a 31-10 rout of the bungling Cincinnati Bengals. Rookie J.J. Watt's leaping interception return for a touchdown late in the first half propelled the Texans in Saturday's AFC wild-card game. Third-string quarterback T.J. Yates, another rookie pressed into action, threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Andre Johnson, and Arian Foster followed with his second touchdown of the game, a 42-yard run in the fourth quarter, to finish off the Bengals (9-8)
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December 23, 2011 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
INDIANAPOLIS - Reggie Wayne will always remember last night's catch. The man with the expiring contract caught a 1-yard touchdown pass from Dan Orlovsky with 19 seconds left, giving the Colts their only lead of the game in a 19-16 victory over AFC South champion Houston. It's the second straight win for the Colts (2-13), who will have to fight off St. Louis and Minnesota for the No. 1 overall draft pick. Orlovsky, who played the last two seasons with Houston, also won his second straight game after losing his first nine NFL starts.
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October 24, 2011
AROUND THE LEAGUE *  BRONCOS 18, DOLPHINS 15, OT: At Miami, for 54 minutes, Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos couldn't score. Then they couldn't be stopped. Tebow rallied the Broncos (2-4) with two TD passes in the final 2:44 of the fourth quarter to force overtime, and Matt Prater's 52-yard field goal gave them an improbable victory over the stunned and winless Miami Dolphins (0-6). Denver won for the first time in the eight games they've played on the Dolphins' field.
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September 9, 2011 | Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS - Peyton Manning underwent more neck surgery Thursday, the third time in 19 months, and will miss not only the opening game but possibly the entire season. Losing Manning for any stretch of time is a huge blow to the Colts and throws the race for the AFC South wide open. The four-time NFL MVP hasn't missed a game in 14 NFL seasons, with 227 consecutive starts, including postseason. "Rehabilitation from such surgery is typically an involved process," the team said in a statement, calling the procedure "uneventful.
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September 9, 2010 | by the Daily News
NFC East 1. Cowboys 2. Eagles (9-7) 3. Giants 4. Redskins NFC North 1. Packers 2. Vikings 3. Bears 4. Lions NFC South 1. Saints 2. Falcons 3. Panthers 4. Bucs NFC West 1. 49ers 2. Cardinals 3. Seahawks 4. Rams AFC East 1. Jets 2. Patriots 3. Dolphins 4. Bills AFC North 1. Ravens 2. Bengals 3. Steelers ...
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October 26, 2008 | By Ray Parrillo INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Quarterback is the most important position on a football team, but some NFL teams have succeeded this season with quarterbacks regarded as too old, too young or too ordinary. Consider the Tennessee Titans. The lone remaining undefeated team in the league is guided by 35-year-old Kerry Collins. The Patriots lost Tom Brady but look like a playoff team with Matt Cassel. Tampa Bay has used Brian Griese and Jeff Garcia, yet is 5-2. Atlanta is a surprising 4-2 with rookie Matt Ryan. And ancient Kurt Warner has Arizona in first place in the NFC West.
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