This Sunday’s game will be one of the biggest games of Andrew Luck’s career as he takes on former Indianapolis Colts starting quarterback Peyton Manning.
The game this weekend will bring back a lot of memories for this Colts fans in attendance and ones watching at home. It’ll be a great sight to see watching Manning running back onto that field after what he’s done for that organization, but this time as an opponent, obviously.
Indianapolis is going to need both sides of the ball rolling and staying consistent through out the game.
If the Jacksonville Jaguars can give Denver a hard time in the first half of the game, then Indianapolis who is a much better team, could put up a better and bigger fight.
Denver has been given a run for the money in their previous two games, so expect the same this weekend.
Now as for safety LaRon Landry, it looks like he’ll return from his high ankle sprain and play on Sunday against the Denver Broncos. Linebacker Jerrell Freeman who suffered a concussion not too long ago, will also be ready to suit up against Manning and company.
This Colts defense has struggled against the run early on as they are ranked 31st in the league. They’ve allowed 132 rushing yards per game so far this season but rank fifth in the league against the pass.
He’s going to have to make sure he either stuffs Knowshon Moreno, Monte Ball and Ronnie Hillman at the line or at least attempt to trip them up before they reach the second level of the defense.
Pagano said Landry and Freeman are officially good to go Sunday against Denver
— Mike Wells (@MikeWellsNFL) October 18, 2013