5 New York Giants Players to Watch vs. the Indianapolis Colts
Really if you think about it, the timing of what is to come on Monday night when the New York Giants host the high-flying Indianapolis Colts couldn't be any better. The marquee event, besides the game, of course, will be the halftime ceremony honoring ...
Reggie Wayne a full participant in practice for Colts
Wayne joined Richardson and Davis as full participants in practice Friday, giving the indication he is headed in the right direction to play for the Indianapolis Colts on Monday against the New York Giants. He missed last Sunday's game at Pittsburgh ...
Colts plummet in defensive rankings
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts' worst defensive performance of the season against Pittsburgh caused them to fall drastically in the statistical standings. The Colts gave up 639 yards, including 522 through the air, six touchdown passes and ...
Colts vs. Giants preview
The Indianapolis Colts had won five games in a row before last week's 51-34 loss to Pittsburgh. The New York Giants had won three in a row before losing in Philadelphia and Dallas prior to last week's bye. These two teams are looking to remind everyone ...
Brandon Marshall wary of 'groups' forming in locker room
Still reeling from meeting high expectations coming into the season with a 3-5 mark through the halfway point, the Chicago Bears could find themselves dealing with more than just X's and O's on Monday when they convene at Halas Hall. Receiver Brandon ...
2015 NFL Draft: Pick By Pick Mock With Chicago Bears At No. 11
The Bears could also play him in a few positions. Willie Young has been terrific this year but opposite of him there hasn't been much production with Jared Allen struggling to stay on the field, and he's 32 and not getting younger. Lamarr Houston ...
Phillips: Bears have to now refocus
The Bears fired Lovie Smith after the team went 10-6 in 2012 but failed to make the playoffs for the fifth time in six years since reaching the Super Bowl. General manager Phil Emery replaced Smith with Marc Trestman, who is 11-13 in a season and a half.
Marc Trestman expects Bears to 'find themselves'
Regardless of what that means, the Bears need to spend the week off fixing myriad problems in every facet of the game. Offensively, Trestman needs to freshen up the attack to feature more diversity, and the team needs to strike a better balance between ...