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November 8, 2010
Passing yards: Brett Favre, Vikings, 446 Completions: Brett Favre, Vikings, 36 Pass attempts: Peyton Manning, Colts, 52 TD passes: Philip Rivers, Chargers, 4 Receptions: Steve Johnson, Bills; Jacob Tamme, Colts; and Reggie Wayne, Colts, 11 Receving yards: Steve Johnson, Bills, 145 Rushing yards: Peyton Hillis, Browns, 184 Carries: Peyton Hillis, Browns, 29 Field goals: Billy Cundiff, Ravens, 4...
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September 14, 2009 | By John Gonzalez INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Fantasy Boom Drew Brees: Picked up right where he left off - 26 for 34, 358 yards, and 6 touchdowns. Yeah, it was against the Lions, but that's just silly. Joe Flacco: Ray Rice was supposed to be the big point scorer for Baltimore this week. He was good, but Rice didn't match Flacco's output (307 yards and three touchdowns). Thomas Jones: Might have to slow our roll on that Leon Washington talk. Looks like Jones could still be a No. 1 fantasy back after all (107 yards, two touchdowns)
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December 23, 2011 | Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS - Reggie Wayne caught a 1-yard touchdown pass from Dan Orlovsky with 19 seconds left, and the Indianapolis Colts beat the Houston Texans, 19-16, Thursday night. The Colts (2-13) have now won two straight, both against division foes, behind Orlovsky, the former Texans quarterback who lost his first nine NFL starts. Colts 19, Texans 16 Houston 10 0 3 3 – 16 Indianapolis 3 3 3 10 – 19 First quarter Hou–Foster 9 run (Rackers kick)
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August 25, 2011 | By Ed Barkowitz, Philadelphia Daily News
SCOUTING REPORT Danny Amendola, St. Louis: The thought is he could become the Wes Welker new offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels had in New England. Thing is, Amendola already is. He had 85 catches last year, but for only 689 yards. Miles Austin, Dallas: Numbers slipped across the board last year after Tony Romo (collarbone) got hurt. But Romo has had a good camp and Austin's value is up. Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City: He will have to find consistency to take that next step up the wide receiver food chain.
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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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November 8, 2005 | Daily News Wire Services
Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts finally scaled their personal Everest. Maybe now, after routing the New England Patriots, 40-21, last night, they will admit this could be a super season. Manning shrugged off his 0-7 record at Foxborough with an intelligent dissection of the two-time defending champions. Aided by star running back Edgerrin James' 104 yards on 34 carries, and 100-yard receiving games from Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne, Manning led the Colts on six lengthy scoring drives and kept them perfect through eight games, the NFL's only undefeated team.
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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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November 11, 2009 | By Tony Reali, Inquirer Columnist
Something you might not know about me: I like stats. Stats are good. Stats are right. Stats work. And stats - you mark my words - will not only save your fantasy season, but they'll save that other malfunctioning corporation called the USofA. (Let's start with the fantasy season and get to the fixing-the-country part later.) Not too late but getting late early. The playoffs are the goal, and you need some tweaking lest you be tardy for the party. You don't need to get a new fantasy.
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October 25, 2013 | By Ed Barkowitz, Daily News Staff Writer
THE QUESTION of the week came from Joe Malizia, an old friend of the Fantasy Football department who is a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army stationed at Fort Drum in upstate New York. He asked whether it was time to drop Colts running back Trent Richardson? Malizia, 40, grew up in Roxborough and is headed to Afghanistan for a short deployment after the first of the year. Fantasy has always been a way for him to stay tethered to family and friends back here. About 10 years ago, we wrote a story about an Oakland-based group that had a draft in 1963 and is widely considered the first fantasy football league.
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February 23, 2006 | Daily News Staff and Wire Reports
If the Eagles had any interest in Reggie Wayne, they're disappointed today. The Indianapolis Colts' wide receiver, who would have become a free agent, agreed to a $39 million, 6-year contract yesterday, a move that makes him one of the NFL's highest-paid receivers and allows the Colts to use their franchise tag on another player if they choose. Wayne's deal includes a $13.5 million signing bonus. "He's thrilled, he could not think more highly of the owner, Jimmy [Irsay], [president]
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December 3, 2014 | By Ladd Biro, For The Inquirer
It's playoff time, my friends: The culmination of an embarrassing amount of draft prep and research, weekly angst over start/bench decisions and waiver-wire bids, and countless zombie-like viewing sessions of the Red Zone Channel. The grand prize awaits, whether your payoff is counted in dollars, your name etched on the side of a traveling trophy, or a year of bragging rights over your fellow owners. So this is no time to get cute. The old fantasy axiom remains: "Dance with the ones that brung ya. " Ask any Calvin Johnson or Drew Brees owner.
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October 25, 2013 | By Ed Barkowitz, Daily News Staff Writer
THE QUESTION of the week came from Joe Malizia, an old friend of the Fantasy Football department who is a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army stationed at Fort Drum in upstate New York. He asked whether it was time to drop Colts running back Trent Richardson? Malizia, 40, grew up in Roxborough and is headed to Afghanistan for a short deployment after the first of the year. Fantasy has always been a way for him to stay tethered to family and friends back here. About 10 years ago, we wrote a story about an Oakland-based group that had a draft in 1963 and is widely considered the first fantasy football league.
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October 17, 2012 | BY ALEX LEE, Daily News Staff Writer
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Trailing by three scores at the half, Andrew Luck walked out of the visitors' locker room at MetLife Stadium on Sunday as one confident rookie. He had been there before. In fact, it had only been a week earlier that Luck, the No. 1 overall pick in April's draft, had heroically carried his Colts back from an 18-point halftime deficit to beat the Packers, 30-27. In his fourth game as a pro, Luck had spotted Aaron Rodgers 18 points, and won. Accordingly, when asked on Sunday if he thought that he could replicate the previous week's comeback, Luck was emphatic.
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October 8, 2012 | Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS - All Andrew Luck and Reggie Wayne wanted to do was honor coach Chuck Pagano the best way they knew how - by winning. The two biggest playmakers on Indy's offense teamed up in the second half, wiping out an 18-point halftime deficit and hooking up on a 4-yard TD pass with 35 seconds left to give the Colts a stunning, 30-27 victory over Green Bay. It was a wild finish to a challenging week, and a win interim coach Bruce Arians called...
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October 8, 2012 | Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS - All Chuck Pagano asked the Indianapolis Colts to do was focus on football. Andrew Luck and Reggie Wayne did that - and a little more to honor their ailing coach. The rookie quarterback and veteran receiver connected at the most critical moments Sunday, including a 4-yard touchdown pass with 35 seconds left to complete the Colts' second-half rally and stun Green Bay, 30-27, on perhaps the most emotional day in Lucas Oil Stadium history. "I'm sure we were all lying to everybody the whole week, trying to downplay it," Luck said after throwing for a career-high 362 yards.
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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 23, 2011 | Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS - Reggie Wayne caught a 1-yard touchdown pass from Dan Orlovsky with 19 seconds left, and the Indianapolis Colts beat the Houston Texans, 19-16, Thursday night. The Colts (2-13) have now won two straight, both against division foes, behind Orlovsky, the former Texans quarterback who lost his first nine NFL starts. Colts 19, Texans 16 Houston 10 0 3 3 – 16 Indianapolis 3 3 3 10 – 19 First quarter Hou–Foster 9 run (Rackers kick)
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August 25, 2011 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
THE INDIANAPOLIS Colts are bringing one veteran quarterback out of retirement. No, not Brett Favre. The Colts agreed to terms yesterday with Kerry Collins, making him the likely starter in case Peyton Manning hasn't completely recovered from offseason neck surgery when the season opens Sept. 11. Collins said he has been given no indication that Manning won't play at Houston. "Hopefully, Peyton will be back, but if he's not maybe I can be one of the guys that can help this ballclub," Collins said in a conference call with reporters last night.
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August 25, 2011 | By Ed Barkowitz, Philadelphia Daily News
SCOUTING REPORT Danny Amendola, St. Louis: The thought is he could become the Wes Welker new offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels had in New England. Thing is, Amendola already is. He had 85 catches last year, but for only 689 yards. Miles Austin, Dallas: Numbers slipped across the board last year after Tony Romo (collarbone) got hurt. But Romo has had a good camp and Austin's value is up. Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City: He will have to find consistency to take that next step up the wide receiver food chain.
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December 6, 2010 | By Ashley Fox, Inquirer Columnist
INDIANAPOLIS - The Dallas Cowboys have not quit. After losing seven of their first eight games, the Cowboys will not be going to the playoffs. Their season is essentially over, but they are not playing like it. Want proof? It was scattered all over the turf inside Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday - effort and execution and turnovers and big plays and poise, all of the things you need to win in the National Football League. For the third time since offensive coordinator Jason Garrett replaced Wade Phillips as coach, the Cowboys won, beating the Indianapolis Colts, 38-35, in overtime.
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