Cleveland Browns Vs. Indianapolis Colts Preview: Browns Face Andrew Luck On The Field, Many Challenges OffA lot has changed for the Cleveland Browns after becoming the final NFL team with a victory last Sunday. Between a new owner, a change in the team's presidency, a key loss in the offensive line and a Presidential running mate mistaking Colt McCoy for Brandon Weeden, the Indianapolis Colts are the least of the Browns' concerns.
- Safety Ed Reed revealed to 105.7 The Fan's Glenn Younes Wednesday night that he has a labrum tear in his shoulder. He said that he's playing through the pain, but admits that it might be affecting his play.
- The Houston Texans are without a doubt a franchise on the rise. From their inception in 2000, leading up to last season which saw Houston make their first playoff appearance in franchise history, there are plenty of reasons to argue that Houston is on the verge of becoming one of the NFL's elite. But after Sunday night's primetime 42-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers, a game in which Houston looked heavily overmatched, the faith of many believers has been shaken. At the beginning of the season, many critics had Houston representing the AFC in the Super Bowl; have we overrated the Houston Texans?
Indianapolis Colts vs. NY Jets Preview: Tebow Expected To Get More Snaps Against Colts Porous Run DefenseNo matter which side you’re on in the Mark Sanchez/Tim Tebow quarterback debate, it’s clear that the rest of the New York Jets offense needs help. Expect Tim Tebow to get more snaps, but not necessarily because he’s the better quarterback. The Colts have given up 135.8 rushing yards per game, bad enough to be ranked 26th in the NFL.