FACKIN WICKED PISSAH OF A GRITTY TEAM
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Covering the weekend's playoff action in the NFL.
How much contempt do I hold for the Colts? I'm not even going to bother with actual paragraphs. You get the skinny listicle like you so rightly deserve.
The Indianapolis Colts return to NBC's 'Parks and Recreation' to team up with Leslie Knope for the NFL's Play 60 campaign.
Headbutt justice is served.
Two out of the last three weeks, division opponents have had the Colts dominated at halftime, only to swiftly blow it in the second half. At least the Texans had the excuse of their head coach collapsing at the break. Tennessee has no such explanation.
After being dominated throughout the first half, the wheels started to come off for the Colts at the end of the first half.
He scored again in the time it takes you to read this.
The Texans went into halftime leading the first place team in the AFC South by three scores.
[via] Case Keenum played admirably two weeks ago in Kansas City in his first career NFL start.
The Sean Taylor Memorial Meast for Week 7 is Robert Mathis, who posted two sacks, one of them a strip sack that resulted in a key safety, in the the Colts' 39-33 win over the Broncos.
Colts punter and occasional drunk canal swimmer, Pat McAfee, made a rather nasty hit on returner Trindon Holliday in the first half of Sunday night's victory over the Broncos.
When you think of beneficiaries of sh*tty NFL rules, Tom Brady (thanks to the Tuck Rule) is the first to pop up.
Even if the price is seeing Jim Irsay happy, it's nice to see the Peyton Manning juggernaut look deflated for a week.