Are you ready for a full week of YOU can’t stop Andrew Luck!
Or is it going to be Will you Boo or Cheer Darius Butler, Sergio Brown and Adam Vinatieri???
Or Admit it caller, you would trade Tom Brady for Andrew Luck right now!
Or Who SCARES you the most on the Colts? Luck, Hilton, Mathis, Vinatieri?
OK, I’ll admit, I can’t stop Andrew Luck. I can’t even hope to contain him.
The Patriots will play the Indianapolis Colts Saturday night at Gillette Stadium in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. The Colts are coming off a historic comeback against Kansas City Saturday afternoon in which they erased a 38-10 deficit to beat the Chiefs, 45-44.
While many felt it would be the Bengals (and perhaps hoped, given that they had beaten the Patriots this season) coming into Foxborough this week, Cincinnati pulled their usual one-and-done performance, allowing San Diego the chance to go to Denver and play the Broncos next Sunday afternoon.
It happens every year: Pats meet the Colts again – Paul Kenyon has a solid piece on the annual matchup.
Quick Take: Colts at Patriots – Mike Reiss says that Luck and Mathis can take over a game.
Curran’s quick glance at the Pats-Colts matchup – Tom Curran thinks this matchup might be the best scenario for the Patriots.
Five incredibly early thoughts on the Patriots and Colts – Chris Price thinks turnovers and penalties will both be at a premium this week as these are both well-disciplined teams that take care of the ball.
Belichick: Colts have ‘explosive, well-balanced attack’ – Curran has the Patriots coach analyzing and praising the Colts on both sides of the ball.
Colts bring respect, knack for drama – Jeff Howe has the Colts with a lot of respect for the Patriots.
Get all the coverage at PatriotsLinks.com
The Celtics have reportedly traded Courtney Lee to the Grizzlies for Jerryd Bayless. A somewhat minor move, but from a salary cap perspective, a decent one for the Celtics.
Lee trade part of the bigger picture – A. Sherrod Blakely says that this move is one that could pay dividends down the road if the Celtics want to absorb a bigger salary.
The Bruins are heading to warmer weather, though the competition will be heating up, too. – California trip sure to be tough for Bruins