Moments before kickoff, the Colts fans at Lucas Oil Stadium were on their feet, welcoming back the quarterback that led Indianapolis to more than a decade of success. By the end of the night, the same fans were cheering the quarterback that will lead the Colts to another decade of success.
On Sunday Night Football in Week 7, Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts took down Peyton Manning and the AFC powerhouse Denver Broncos, 39-30. Luck took care of the football and out-dueled Manning throughout the night.
Luck lead the Colts to a 12-point lead in the first half, throwing Cheap Knicks Jerseys two touchdowns. He added two more touchdowns in the second half, one on the ground. But Manning and the Broncos made a bit of a comeback in the second half. The comeback came up short in the end, due to penalties and a Manning interception in the fourth quarter.
At this point, 0-16 seems inevitable. The players may have been feeling the same way. Gus Bradley called out his team publicly on Monday, expressing his “disappointment” in the lack of effort.
The bye week couldn’t come at a better time for the Texans. Case Keenum gets to rest after being sacked five times in a gritty performance against the Chiefs. Arian Foster should be good to go by the time the Colts come to town in Week 9.
Now Carson Palmer has a dubious interception streak in the spotlight. FIve games.
Palmer’s thrown more than one interception in five consecutive games now. In his defense, he was sacked seven times. Conventional wisdom says the Cardinals need to draft a quarterback in 2014. GM Steve Keim can’t do really do that until he finds an offensive tackle; otherwise, some other GM will be Cheap Kids Football Jerseys looking for yet another quarterback in a year or two.