Earlier this week, Adam Hughes from Naptown’s Finest, an Indianapolis Colts blog, contacted me and asked five questions about Sunday’s Patriots-Colts game. The Patriots and the Colts have played each other every year since 2003, despite not being in the same division. They usually have both finished atop their respective divisions, resulting in their annual meetings according to the NFL’s game scheduling system. Much of that continued success for both teams has been due to their quarterbacks – Peyton Manning of the Colts and Tom Brady of the Patriots. This year, the Pats-Colts event (which is really what it has become) lacks the sizzle due to Manning’s neck injury that has kept him out of every game this season and the Colts out of the win column.
You can read the Q&A between Adam Hughes and myself by clicking HERE.