Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne says his emotions got the better of him Monday night. He probably wasn’t alone.
The New York Giants (3-5) must play perfect football in order to compete with the better NFL teams. Big Blue was anything but perfect, and the result was a third straight loss. The G-men went down with barely a whimper to the Indianpolis Colts 40-24 on Monday Night Football.
Is the string of injuries for the New York Giants a case of bad luck or poor planning? This week, after Big Blue placed would-be starting middle linebacker Jon Beason on injured reserve, the team also announced that starting tailback Rashad Jennings would miss the contest due to a lingering knee injury.
The Monday Night contest between the New York Giants and Indianapolis Colts figured to be a tough test for the host team. But after Indy was thrashed to the tune of 51 points against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the visiting Colts may have gotten a loud wake-up call.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne has earned a reputation for his flashy training camp arrivals and this year was no different. In keeping with tradition, Wayne stepped up his training camp arrival game.
This AFC Divisional Playoff Game features legendary New England quarterback Tom Brady against Indy’s Andrew Luck, who seems to be a legend in the making.
Too bad Antonio Cromartie can only cover half the field. The way he’s playing these days, he looks just as good as Darrelle Revis.
The star cornerback is scheduled to have surgery on Tuesday to repair a torn knee ligament suffered three weeks ago in a win at Miami. While he knows the road to recovery will be arduous, Revis expects to be playing at an elite level next season.
Antonio Cromartie is not Darrelle Revis. Let’s just make that perfectly clear. But for the first time in his two-plus-year tenure with the Jets he appears to want to be.
If you’re keeping score at home, the Super Bowl-winning list reads: Tom Brady with three, little brother Eli Manning with two and big brother Peyton Manning with one. And the only way that Peyton has a chance to win another Super Bowl is to leave Indianapolis.
Darrelle Revis couldn’t believe Rex Ryan’s latest declaration. His coach labeled him the best player in the NFL, hands down. Some lofty praise that made Revis’ eyes widen.
Sure, Tom Brady is great. So are Peyton Manning and Michael Vick. But in Rex Ryan’s always humble opinion, they pale in comparison to Darrelle Revis.