There is never a dull moment during the NFL season Youth Quenton Nelson Jersey , and Week 3 was a great indicator of exactly that. The Patriots lost their second straight, the Saints and Falcons went toe to toe in an absolute shootout, the Colts took the Eagles to the wire and the Dolphins are somehow now 3-0 to start the season.This week’s lineup looks to be another great group of games as well. We have 5 divisional games including the Monday night matchup with the seemingly unbeatable Chiefs traveling to the Broncos. We also get to see the Steelers and Ravens smash each other in a very intriguing AFC North matchup as the division appears to be one of the more competitive in the league.Those upstart Dolphins will test their mettle as they travel to Foxboro to try to put a really nice cushion between them and the Patriots heading into Week 5, and it’d be nice for the Dolphins to soften them up as the Colts will be in attendance the following week for a Thursday night matchup. I guess we’ll see if the rivalry really is “back on.”And of course, this week, the Colts (1-2) are hosting the Houston Texans (0-3) and are really hoping not to hand their AFC South rivals their first win of the season. The Colts could get to .500 and be set up with a favorable 5-game schedule previous to their bye week which could make the Colts a very real contender within the division.The Bengals and Falcons should make for an interesting watch, the Browns and Raiders might actually draw a great rating with Baker Mayfield giving Cleveland their first win in forever, and their fanbase’s hope for several more.Of the 15 games on this week’s NFL slate, we as a staff have fully agreed on 7 of them, which seems a bit odd considering some of the matchups, but we are well-divided on the rest of what the league has to offer us in Week 4. Enjoy!Current Staff TallyMatt Danely: 25-22 | Chris Shepherd: 25-22 | Chris Blystone: 24-23 | Stephen Reed: 26-21 | Brett Mock: 25-22 | Jared Malott: 20-27 | Elliot Denton: 24-23 | Andrew Aziz: 23-24 | Zach Hicks 3-13Thursday 8:20 pm ETVikings @ Rams (8) | Contrarian: Matt DanelySunday 1:00 pm ETTexans @ ColtsBills @ PackersBuccaneers @ Bears (5) | Contrarians: Chris Shepherd, Stephen Reed, Brett Mock, Danely Dolphins @ Patriots (7) | Contrarians: Jared Malott, Chris BlystoneLions (6) @ Cowboys | Contrarians: Andrew Aziz Youth Braden Smith Jersey , Reed, MockBengals @ Falcons (6) | Contrarians: Elliot Denton, Zach Hicks, ReedJets @ JaguarsEagles @ TitansSunday 4:05 pm ETBrowns (7) @ Raiders | Contrarians: Aziz, MockSeahawks (8) @ Cardinals | Contrarian: MockSunday 4:25 pm ETSaints @ Giants49ers @ ChargersSunday 8:20 pm ETRavens (5) @ Steelers | Contrarians: Jared Malott, Aziz, Reed, MockMonday 8:15 pm ETChiefs @ Broncos Who do you got this week?SBCL: At times, Andrew Luck worried he may never play football again Colts' Andrew Luck had moments of doubt about playing againAndrew Luck is feeling healthy, but he admits that he had moments in rehab when he wondered if he'd play again.After 585 days, Andrew Luck ready to goAndrew Luck: "There were one or two moments where I wondered if, ‘Am I ever going to be able to do this again?’”Andrew Luck Giddy About Returning To Game Action Thursday Night | 1070 the FanHow did Andrew Luck perform at Tuesday’s practice and how excited is he for Thursday’s preseason opener?Andrew Luck on return vs. Seattle: ‘I’m sure I’ll be nervous’ | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTVWESTFIELD, Ind. – The smile is impossible to miss , and the result of knowing milestones have been faced and cleared over the past 20 months. He’s noticeably upbeat and energetic, and admittedly more appreciative of being able to once again play a kid’s game.Frank Reich Seeing Unique Rapport Between Andrew Luck, T.Y. Hilton | 1070 the FanThe duo of Andrew Luck and T.Y. Hilton looks like they’ve picked up right where they left off after not throwing to each other in 19 months.Colts Training Camp Notebook: Clayton Geathers Takes Part In Team Drills | 1070 the FanTuesday was the 11th day of practice for the Colts. What were the takeaways from the Colts’ 11th practice of Training Camp at Grand Park?Kenny Moore putting pressure on Quincy Wilson in Colts campIndianapolis Colts cornerback Kenny Moore II, a former undrafted free agent, is making plays in training camp.Denico Autry Feels Unleashed In Colts’ New DefenseNew Indianapolis Colts defensive tackle Denico Autry is ready to get disruptive in this new defense, which will be his first opportunity to show what he can do as a full-time starter.Steady Grant earning Colts' trust | Sports | heraldbulletin.comBack in his days as a wideout for Tulane, Ryan Grant looked up to Colts star Reggie Wayne.Colts would turn down a first-round pick for Jacoby Brissett? - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPNOwner Jim Irsay isn't just blowing smoke when he says "we think he's that good." His coaching staff considers Andrew Luck's backup a top-20 QB.2018 #ColtsCamp Notebook, Day 11: Colts Put In Final Preparations For SeahawksTuesday, Aug. 7, was the 11th practice day of the 2018 training camp for the Indianapolis Colts. What were some takeaways from the session?Colts Notebook: Depth chart competition continuesIndianapolis Colts open NFL preseason in Seattle with new look, Luck.The overhauled Indianapolis Colts sound, look much improved from year ago, and not just because quarterback Andrew Luck returns from shoulder surgery.Retired Jack Mewhort: ‘I’m Excited To See What The Future Holds’Despite experiencing a plethora of injury issues his first four seasons in the NFL, Jack Mewhort got a chance to give it a go with the Indianapolis Colts once again in 2018. He talked on Tuesday about what ultimately led to his decision to retire from theTraining Camp Media
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