Colts look to rebound after falling short in Denver
Expect a raucous crowd at the “The Drum” tonight as QB Andrew Luck makes his first career start under the bright lights of Monday Night Football. The Colts, who are piloted by Captain Comeback of the Modern Age, outscored Denver 24-7 over the final 30:19 in their season opener versus the Broncos but came away with a 31-24 loss. Luck was looking for his 12th career come from behind win – in just 36 starts. Following a clash versus Denver’s stud defence, the Indy offence will be licking their chops after Jacksonville QB Chad Henne passed for 266 yards and two touchdowns (both in the first half) vs the Eagles during NFL Week 1 action.
Philadelphia Eagles: A work in progress on both sides of the ball
Philadelphia won their season opener 34-17 in tale of two halves at home last week. Jacksonville owned a 17-0 halftime lead before QB Nick Foles and head coach Chip Kelly kicked the Eagles high tempo offence into gear and scored 34 unanswered points. The Colts offence far exceeds the one the Jags trot out and we question the Eagles defence that’s in hostile territory tonight. Since neither D brings much resistance, the more established offence gives Indy an edge. At the very least – expect a highly entertaining contest.
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