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Thanks for coming online for Colts NFL Game Day, Colts fans!  :)  Our 7-4 and AFC South leading Indianapolis Colts continue their course to clinch the AFC South title for the third  straight season, as they host the visiting, and 3-8  Washington Redskins, in an NFC East interdivisional battle.  Indianapolis must win today to ensure, and maintain their one-game lead in the AFC South over the Houston Texans, who are hosting the Tennessee Titans at the same time.

 

Colts and QB Andrew Luck, would play opposite the Redskins QB, Colt McCoy, who is the third Redskin QB to start after Washington's Head Coach Jay Gruden decided to bench second-year QB Robert Griffin III this week.

 

Both the Indianapolis  and Washington  are playing in their 32nd all-time regular season meeting this afternoon, with the Colts leading the all-time series 19-12-0, the rivalry that began when both teams were together in the NFL, with the Redskins defeating the Colts in the first game  at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium 38-14, back on September 17, 1950. Colts also has outscored the Redskins 773 points to 651 in the previous 31 games.

 

Indianapolis is on a two-game winning streak over Washington,, defeating the Redskins at the RCA Dome by the score of 36-22, played at the RCA Dome on October 22, 2006. Colts later, and again,  defeated the Redskins at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland, by the score of 27-24, on October 17, 2010.

 

Today is also the return of former Colt wide receiver Pierre Garcon, who served his first four NFL years with Indianapolis.

 

LOS's roof will be closed to keep everyone dry and warm, because the game forecast outside the stadium area in Downtown Indianapolis for the 1:05PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff is cloudy skies at 63 degrees, 0% precipitation, and south/southwestern winds at 14 miles per hour.

 

Visiting Redskins are wearing their white jerseys, and gold pants, while the host Colts are wearing their traditional blue jerseys, and white pants.

 

Both the Colts and Redskins, and the rest of the NFL teams playing today and tonight, may wear authentic camouflaged-colored authentic NFL apparel and equipment, to conclude the NFL's 'Salute To Service' campaign, to honor all our soldiers serving the US military and it's braches, active and retired, past and present, in Military Appreciation Month in November.

 

NO further injuries, continue to stay Colts Strong, and GO COLTS!!!!!   :cheer:  :coltslogo:  :1colts:  :colts:  :helmet:  :blueshoe:  :coltshorse:  :coltslogo:  :cheer:  :D

 

Colts Vs. Redskins Pre Game Press Release On Adobe PDF Reader, Live NFL Game Centers, and NFL On FOX TV Distribution Map In Blue:

 

http://prod.static.colts.clubs.nfl.com/assets/docs/gamereleases/2014/gamerelease-reg13.pdf

 

http://www.colts.com/team/game/2014/regular13/

 

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2014113003/2014/REG13/redskins@colts#menu=gameinfo&tab=preview

 

http://506sports.com/

 

Colts Vs. Redskins Pre Game Injury Reports:

 

http://www.colts.com/team/injury-report.html

 

http://www.redskins.com/news-and-events/injury-report.html

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I can see it now...The Colts, up by 18, with 5 minutes left in the 3rd quarter. The Skins bring in RG3, who leads the Skins to a come-from-behind victory, giving Skip Bayless more chances to say RG3 is better than Andrew Luck....(SARCASM PEOPLE..LOL).

 

Seriously..Boom goes for 100 yards and a TD (busting 1 for at least 50 yards), TY gets 2 more TD balls for little GG, and the Colts romp to a lopsided victory...

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Hopefully our O-line can protect Luck today and make some good holes for the running backs. I just saw some reporter on ESPN say how bad the Colts defense is. Why is that ??? I think we're pretty fair.  GO COLTS !!!  OK, off we go to Indy. See ya at the game !

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Our Offense should be on the field the majority of the game, running well.  Look for a lopsided time of possession.

We win easily going away.  Heck, we may even end up with Matt at QB.

I now feel less about this game being a trap game than I did earlier in the week.  Just my gut...

Go COLTS!  All day, every day!

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Afternoon all, here's opening for a strong colts showing. To think I'd pencilled this in 2012 as one of our biggest games this season. Just shows how quick things change in the NFL.

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Yep he learns from his mistakes .... LOL.

 

How many times has that happened the last 2-3 games?   GEEESH!

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