NFL's Week 15 Early Game Previews


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Green Bay Packers (5-7-1) vs. Chicago Bears (9-4)


Preview

The last time these two teams met, Khalil Mack was suiting up for the 1st time as a Chicago Bear, Aaron Rodgers left the 1st half with a knee injury, and then proceeded to pull off one of the greatest 2nd half comebacks we’ve ever seen. Now fast forward three months, the Bears have all but wrapped up the NFC North division title, while the Packers are on the verge of being eliminated from playoff contention. Green Bay is 1-0 since firing longtime HC Mike McCarthy but the Bears are coming off of their biggest win of the season against the Los Angeles Rams. Can Rodgers keep his team’s playoff hopes alive against the scariest defense in the league? He’ll need to stretch that incredible September 9th second half performance into a full four quarters if he has any shot at leading his team to victory.


Players to watch

Although the Packers’ offensive success is always tied to Aaron Rodgers arm, they’ll need a big game from the legs of RB Aaron Jones. If the Packers get pass happy, it’ll only allow Khalil Mack, Akiem Hicks, and Leonard Floyd to pin their ears back and get after #12 even more. Expect Davante Adams to catch at least one TD pass and to be heavily involved in the game plan against Kyle Fuller. For the Bears offense, Mitchell Trubisky will need to play turnover/mistake free football and feed off the play action pass set up by both Tarik Cohen and Jordan Howard.


Keys to the game

Green Bay Packers

Feed Aaron Jones

Protect Aaron Rodgers & the ball

Limit Chicago’s explosive plays


Chicago Bears

Wreak havoc defensively

Win the turnover battle

Get Tarik Cohen the ball in space


Injury list

Chicago Bears

Eddie Jackson, S - Shin (Questionable)

Bilal Nichols, DT - Knee (Questionable)

Allen Robinson, WR - Hip (Questionable)


Green Bay Packers

Bryan Bulaga, OT - Knee (Doubtful)

Bashaud Breeland, CB - Groin (Questionable)

Kenny Clark, DE - Elbow (Questionable)


Top 5 Fantasy Players

Davante Adams, WR (GB)

Mitchell Trubisky, QB (CHI)

Chicago Defense, D/ST (CHI)

Aaron Rodgers, QB (GB)

Tarik Cohen, RB (CHI)


Prediction

The Packers are 0-6 on the road, while the Bears only loss at home in a nail-biter to the New England Patriots. The difference between the last time these two teams played is the Bears have momentum and continuity on both sides of the ball. The Packers have lost key starters on the offensive line. So as much as we’d like to imagine Rodgers pulling off some insane late season winning streak to somehow sneak into the playoffs, it’s a pipedream against the New Age “Monsters of the Midway.” Green Bay will find a way to score points, but it just won’t be enough at Soldier Field. The Bears will not only lock up the North but will eliminate the Packers from playoff race this Sunday.


Final Score: Bears 28, Packers 23


Written by: Jack Bourgeois



Detroit Lions (5-8) vs. Buffalo Bills (4-9)


Preview

In this interconference battle we have two teams looking to the future rather than playing for the present. The Lions snapped their two game skid by dropping the skidding Cardinals on the road in somewhat unconvincing fashion. The Lions were outgained 279-218 yards in that game, lost the first down battle 22-16, and controlled the ball for less time at 28:16 versus the Cardinals 31:44. If not for Darius Slay’s pick-six, we may be talking about the Lions in a different light here. As for the Bills, they’re coming off a close loss to their divisional rival Jets. The loss can be attributed to turnovers and poor special teams play. They turned the ball over three times and allowed returns of 51 and 86 yards that netted the Jets 10 points. The last two times these teams met, Buffalo came out on top. Can they make it three straight?


Players to watch

Detroit’s Matthew Stafford-led offense has been extremely underwhelming this season. With only the struggling Kenny Golladay left at wide receiver after the team traded away Golden Tate and put Marvin Jones on IR, this 24th ranked offense has had trouble putting points on the board. That should be even tougher against a Buffalo pass defense, led by Tre’Davious White, that is allowing the least amount of passing yards per game at 185.6. Their rush defense is no slouch either. The Trumaine Edmunds-led unit is 9th best in the league at stopping the run, so not having running back Kerryon Johnson in this contest should only make it that much tougher on the Lions. Since Josh Allen’s return from injury the Bills offense has shown serious signs of life. They could continue that against a Lion’s unit that just lost star end Ziggy Ansah for the year, so watch out for Allen’s feet in this one. Through the air might be a different story, as Allen does not have a great option outside of Zay Jones, and Darius Slay has been know to shut down opposing wide receivers. If they can’t get it going through the air, Buffalo will look to LeSean McCoy to light it up on the ground. He could do so, but newly acquired Damon “Snacks” Harrison may have something to say about that!


Keys to the game

Detroit Lions

Keep Allen in the pocket

Protect Stafford at all costs

Use the run to open up the pass

Force Allen into turnovers


Buffalo Bills

Rely on your Defense

Minimize mistakes

Let Allen use his feet

Pressure Stafford


Injury list

Detroit Lions

Bruce Ellington, WR - Hamstring (Out)

Da’Shawn Hand, DE - Knee (Out)

Kerryon Johnson, RB - Knee (Out)

Rick Wagner, OT - Concussion (Out)

Charles Washington, DB - Hamstring (Out)

Trevor Bates, LB - Ankle (Questionable)

Nick Bellore, FB - Ankle (Questionable)

Marcus Cooper, DB - Back (Questionable)

Taylor Decker, OT - Shoulder (Questionable)

Devon Kennard, LB - Hip (Questionable)

Matthew Stafford, QB - Back (Questionable)


Buffalo Bills

Ryan Lewis, CB - Concussion (Out)

Steven Hauschka, K - Hip (Questionable)

Chris Ivory, RB - Shoulder (Questionable)

LeSean McCoy, RB - Hamstring (Questionable)

Logan Thomas, TE - Hamstring (Questionable)


Top 5 Fantasy Players

Josh Allen, QB, (BUF)

Matthew Stafford, QB, (DET)

Theo Riddick, RB, (DET)

LeSean McCoy, RB (BUF)

Kenny Golladay, WR, (DET)


Prediction

Buffalo has its flaws, but they seem to be hitting their stride even after a loss. Allen has set an NFL record for rushing yards in back to back games, the defense is elite, and the Lions just lost their best defensive player to the IR. The Lions looked really poor on the road in Arizona and now they face Buffalo at Ralph Wilson, in December. That is not a good mix for a struggling team that plays in a dome. I expect the Bills to grind this one out and win with defense and Allen’s feet.


Final Score: Bills 20, Lions 13


Written by: George Haraktsis



Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-8) vs. Baltimore Ravens (7-6)


Preview

The Baltimore Ravens find themselves squarely in the AFC playoff hunt behind rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson. They are welcoming the Tampa Bay Buccaneers into Baltimore, and they are hoping to send them back to Florida with their ninth loss of the season. If the Ravens can squeak out a victory in week 15, they will be in position to win the AFC North if the Steelers continue to fall.


Players to watch

Once again, Lamar Jackson is the player that most NFL fans will be focusing on during this matchup. Jackson has shown the ability to make plays on the ground and in the air, and he has done so with a newcomer at running back, Gus Edwards. He should be in line for a scoring opportunity, given the fact that the Buccaneers are a poor run defensive team. John Brown will be the player to watch in the Ravens’ passing game, given the fact that Jackson can make plays down the field with his big arm. Jameis Winston will look to build upon a couple of strong outings, and he will be looking for Mike Evans and Cameron Brate across the middle of the Ravens’ defense.


Keys to the game

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Keep Jackson in the pocket

Establish the run

Win the turnover battle


Baltimore Ravens

Get Jackson going early

Force Winston into turnovers

Take a shot down the field with John Brown


Injury list

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Justin Evans, S - Toe (Out)

DeSean Jackson, WR - Thumb (Out)

Beau Allen, DT - Wrist (Questionable)

Carlton Davis, CB - Knee (Questionable)

Demar Dotson, OT - Knee/Shoulder (Questionable)

Isaiah Johnson, S - Concussion (Questionable)

Jason Pierre-Paul, DE - Knee/Hip (Questionable)

Adarius Taylor, LB - Not Injury Related (Questionable)


Baltimore Ravens

Alex Lewis, OG - Shoulder (Doubtful)

Joe Flacco, QB - Hip (Questionable)

Marlon Humphrey, CB - Groin (Questionable)

Tony Jefferson, S - Ankle (Questionable)

Anthony Levine, LB/DB - Ankle (Questionable)

Tavon Young, CB - Groin (Questionable)


Top 5 Fantasy Players

Lamar Jackson, QB (BAL)

Gus Edwards, RB (BAL)

Mike Evans, WR (TB)

Ravens D/ST

Cameron Brate, TE (TB)


Prediction

Jackson will be too much for the Buccaneers in this week 15 affair. The Ravens defense will force Jameis Winston into at least two turnovers, and I would not be surprised to see them come up with at least two or three sacks. This game means too much for the Ravens to lose this game at home against the Bucs.


Final Score: Ravens 24, Buccaneers 17


Written by: Jake Leicht



Arizona Cardinals (3-10) vs. Atlanta Falcons (4-9)


Preview

What was supposed to be a promising year for the Falcons turned into a lost season, and they now are hoping to just get a win for their home crowd when the lowly Cardinals come to town. Atlanta was okay in the loss to the Packers, but two turnovers (one in the red zone, the other resulting in a touchdown) doomed them, and has been the main reason that everything has gone wrong for the Dirty Birds. Arizona, however, is coming off a loss to the Detroit Lions and are wondering how they can sneak out of the ATL with a win. They’ll need a lot of help, because since Atlanta isn’t technically eliminated from postseason contention yet, you can bet they’re going to be coming out, guns blazing. After all, they’re not playing for pride; they’re playing to beat someone’s butt.


Players to watch

Matt Ryan is still playing at a high level, but if a quarterback doesn’t have time to allow the play to develop, it can be nearly impossible to obtain a positive play. Julio Jones leads the league with 1,429 yards and could still set the single-season receiving yard record, but would probably rather take the “W” than get individual records. Tevin Coleman hasn’t shown that he could be a starting back in this league, but he has played adequately enough to continue his tandem with Devonta Freeman next season. Larry Fitzgerald is arguably the best receiver of all time in terms of catching ability, and he just set the Cardinals’ franchise receptions record last week. Also, look for David Johnson to hopefully exploit some holes in the Falcons’ defense, maybe even scoring a long touchdown.


Keys to the game

Arizona Cardinals

Rosen needs to target secondary

Fitzgerald needs to exploit mismatches

Get David Johnson rolling early

Find ways to pressure Ryan


Atlanta Falcons

Keep Matt Ryan upright

Find other weapons besides Julio

Hope the running game works

Defense needs to exploit rookie QB


Injury list

Arizona Cardinals

Budda Baker, S - Knee (Questionable)

Deone Bucannon, LB - Chest (Questionable)

Chad Williams, WR - Hamstring (Questionable)


Atlanta Falcons

Terrell McClain, DT - Toe (Out)

Ito Smith, RB - Knee/Neck (Questionable)


Top 5 Fantasy Players

Josh Rosen, QB (AZ)

David Johnson, RB (AZ)

Matt Ryan, QB (ATL)

Julio Jones, WR (ATL)

Mohamed Sanu, WR (ATL)


Prediction

Atlanta fans know the danger of being a heavy favorite, and they’re currently -9 against the Cardinals. Also, Arizona just beat Green Bay on the road, and they were 14-point underdogs in Lambeau. The fact that the Falcons have even a slight chance of seeing January is impressive, but being realistic, the chances of everything going their way is the same as the “Miami Miracle” happening again. Falcons will win this game, but if they’re still alive in Week 16, I’d be shocked.


Final Score: Falcons 24, Cardinals 17


Written by: Joe Carlino



Oakland Raiders (3-10) vs. Cincinnati Bengals (5-8)


Preview

The Cincinnati Bengals have been one of the absolute worst teams in the NFL over the past two months. They have lost an astounding 7 of their last 8 games, and quite frankly, they have not been very competitive in any of them. The Oakland Raiders have struggled all season, but they have been in several close games. The Raiders are still playing hard, but traveling east this Sunday could present problems for the AFC West squad.


Players to watch

Joe Mixon will be the most talented player on the field this Sunday. The Bengals will have to get him the ball early and often if they are going to stay in the game. Jeff Driskel is not an especially talented quarterback, so wide receivers John Ross and Tyler Boyd will have to make plays that will be game changers. Derek Carr will have to look to exploit the Bengals’ weak secondary by targeting Jared Cook across the middle of the field. Jordy Nelson may be lined up for a couple of red zone targets as well.


Keys to the game

Oakland Raiders

Protect Derek Carr

Win the turnover battle

Get after Jeff Driskel


Cincinnati Bengals

Get the ball to Joe Mixon

Blitz Carr often

Come up with a defensive touchdown


Injury list

Oakland Raiders

Maurice Hurst, DT - Ankle (Questionable)

Kelechi Osemele, OG - Toe (Questionable)

Kyle Wilber, LB - Hamstring (Questionable)

Gabe Jackson, OG - Elbow/Ankle (Questionable)


Cincinnati Bengals

Vontaze Burfict, LB - Concussion (Out)

KeiVarae Russell, CB - Toe (Doubtful)

Michael Johnson, DE - Concussion (Questionable)

Dre Kirkpatrick, CB - Ankle (Questionable)

Corey Glenn, OT - Back (Questionable)

Tony McRae, CB - Concussion (Questionable)


Top 5 Fantasy Players

Derek Carr, QB (OAK)

Joe Mixon, RB (CIN)

Tyler Boyd, WR (CIN)

Jared Cook, TE (OAK)

Doug Martin, RB (OAK)


Prediction

The Cincinnati Bengals have quit on Marvin Lewis (again). The Raiders will travel east and have their way with the lowly Bengals. Derek Carr will hook up with Jared Cook on not one, but two touchdown passes. Doug Martin will salt the game away. This may be the game that finally gets Marvin Lewis squarely on the hot seat.


Final Score: Raiders 31, Bengals 10


Written by: Jake Leicht



Tennessee Titans (7-6) vs. New York Giants (5-8)


Preview

This is a battle between two teams that both still have playoff ambitions and have been on a bit of hot streak as of late. The Titans have been on a two-game winning streak, including last week’s thrashing of the Jaguars behind Derrick Henry’s historic performance. On the other side, the Giants have won four of their last five games, including last week’s beatdown of the depleted Redskins. Both teams are still technically in playoff contention (although the Giants have a much more difficult path to the playoffs than the Titans). As the Giants need to win out in order to have any shot at the playoffs, and the Titans are currently fighting with the Dolphins, Ravens, and Colts for the second AFC Wild Card spot. This is a game between two teams desperate for a win.


Players to watch

This is the second game in a row that the Giants will be without their star Odell Beckham Jr., so Saquon Barkley will have to be his usual excellent self this game. In addition, Eli Manning, Sterling Shepard, and Evan Engram will have to step up in order to keep the the Giants from being one-dimensional. On the defensive side, the Giants interception leader Alec Ogletree and sack leader B.J. Hill will be key to keeping the Titans offense from exploding like last week. For the Titans, if Derrick Henry can have another great game (though surely not on the level as last week), he will be a game-changer for his team this week. For the Titan’s defense, combined tackles leader Wesley Woodward will be key to shutting down Barkley and any kind of short passing game for the Giants.


Keys to the game

Tennessee Titans

Get Mariota out of the pocket

Strong rushing performance from Henry and Mariota

Shut down Barkley


New York Giants

Barkley needs to carry the offense

Prevent Henry from running wild

Another strong game from Eli


Injury list

Tennessee Titans

David Fluellen, RB - Knee (Out)

Brian Orakpo, DE - Elbow (Out)

Cole Wick, TE - Shoulder (Questionable)


New York Giants

Odell Beckham Jr., WR - Quad (Out)


Top 5 Fantasy Players

Saquon Barkley, RB (NYG)

Eli Manning, QB (NYG)

Marcus Mariota, QB (TEN)

Corey Davis, WR (TEN)

Sterling Shepard, WR (NYG)


Prediction

I believe that this will be a close game between two teams fighting to keep their playoff hopes alive. While the Giants are again without their top receiver in Beckham, that did not stop them from putting up 40 points last week. While Washington’s defense is worse than Tennessee’s, I also believe that the Giants have had a better offensive performance as of late, and I doubt that Henry will repeat his performance from last week. Overall, the Giants are a team that are more desperate for a win than the Titans, and will be able to squeak out a win in this tight, inter-conference matchup.


Final Score: Giants 24, Titans 21


Written by: Phillip Salmo



Miami Dolphins (7-6) vs. Minnesota Vikings (6-6-1)


Preview

The Vikings are coming off of a disappointing 21-7 loss on Monday Night Football to the Seattle Seahawks, which led to the firing of Offensive Coordinator John Defillippo. The Dolphins are riding high after arguably the biggest, most dramatic win in franchise history against the New England Patriots. A last chance double lateral turned 69-yard game winner kept their playoff hopes alive in what has been deemed the Miami Miracle. The Vikings, on the other hand, are still sitting in the final NFC wildcard spot and are hoping to protect the 6th seed with a big win at home this Sunday.


Players to watch

Kirk Cousins is obviously where all the attention will be focused on this weekend. He was pressured beyond belief on Monday night and new interim OC Kevin Stefanski will need to scheme a game plan to protect his 84-million dollar QB. If Cousins is able to get the ball out quick enough and into the hands of both Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs, the team has a good chance of winning. On the opposite sideline, Ryan Tannehill is facing a defense that just held Russell Wilson to 72 yards passing, but allowed 212 yards rushing. So a heavy dose of Frank Gore and Kenyan Drake is what the doctor ordered. The question will be can the Miami offense stop the impact of a star studded, defense littered with Pro Bowlers such as Danielle Hunter (soon to be), Everson Griffen, Harrison Smith, and Xavier Rhodes.


Keys to the game

Miami Dolphins

Get the ground game going

Exploit the Vik’s O-line

Get your playmakers the ball


Minnesota Vikings

Protect Kirk Cousins

Play sound, mistake free defense

Feed Dalvin Cook


Injury list

Miami Dolphins

Xavien Howard, CB - Knee (Doubtful)

Tim McDonald, S - Ankle (Questionable)


Minnesota Vikings

Chad Beebe, WR - Hamstring (Out)

David Morgan, TE - Knee (Questionable)

Mike Remmers, G - Back (Questionable)

Sheldon Richardson, DT - Hip (Questionable)


Top 5 Fantasy Players

Adam Thielen, WR (MIN)

Stefon Diggs, WR (MIN)

Kirk Cousins, QB (MIN)

Dalvin Cook, RB (MIN)

Kenyan Drake, RB (MIA)


Prediction

The Vikings are always a tough team to beat at home, while the Dolphins are 1-5 on the road this season. Both teams may be desperate for a victory but Minnesota’s roster is light years ahead of Miami’s in terms of talent. Play calling… not so much! Adam Gase can take sole credit for his team’s success this season and Minnesota has seriously missed the gamplanning of former OC Pat Shurmur. Unless Gase has some evil genius “Miami Miracle”-like gameplan up his sleeve, I see the Vikings winning this game in somewhat of a dominant fashion, at least on the defensive side of the ball. Kirk Cousins has far too much talent around him and Miami’s pass rush doesn’t hold a candle to Seattle’s. He should have more time to throw, which will give his ultra-elite WR duo more time to get open. Vikings will win by double digits for the simple fact that they are playing on their home turf.


Final Score: Vikings 34, Dolphins 23


Written by: Jack Bourgeois



Washington Redskins (6-7) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (4-9)


Preview

The Redskins and Jaguars are set to face off in a matchup that doesn’t have much interest outside their respective fanbases. Washington is down to Josh Johnson as their quarterback, who was just recently the #1 pick in the AAF Draft. Jacksonville looked uninspired last week and if they come out with similar energy, the Redskins might be able to walk away with an easy win. Washington technically has a chance to make the playoffs but will need a lot of help on an offense that is down to players that they didn’t even start the season. The Jags are at home, and if they can play like they did against Indy a couple weeks ago, then they could be a problem for the Redskins offense.


Players to watch

The best thing that Washington can do is to wear down the Jags defense throughout the game. Adrian Peterson will be a big factor against a stout Washington run defense. Jonathan Allen and Da’Ron Payne will be relied upon to help bottle up Leonard Fournette so that Jacksonville doesn’t wear down the Redskins defense as well. Cody Kessler needs to find a way to get the ball down the field in the air. If he fails to generate any points through the air then Washington should have a better shot to pull off the win. Yannick Ngakoue and Calais Campbell should be able to feast against the patchwork offensive line and a quarterback that was just signed last week.


Keys to the game

Washington Redskins

Control the clock

Bottle up Fournette

Pressure Kessler into mistakes


Jacksonville Jaguars

Establish the run

Protect the ball

Get off to a fast start


Injury list

Washington Redskins

Ryan Anderson, LB - Hamstring (Out)

Jordan Reed, TE - Ankle/Foot (Out)

Josh Doctson, WR - Concussion (Questionable)

Matt Ioannidis, DE - Shin (Questionable)

Ty Neskhe, OT - Knee (Questionable)

Morgan Moses, OT - Ankle (Questionable)

Nick Sundberg, LS - Back (Questionable)

Monte Nicholson, S - Illness (Questionable)

Chris Thompson, RB - Illness (Questionable)


Jacksonville Jaguars

D.J. Chark, WR - Quadricep (Out)

Jermey Parnell, OT - Knee (Out)

Josh Walker, OL - Ankle (Out)

Lerentee McCray, LB - Illness (Questionable)

Josh Lambo, K - Groin (Questionable)


Top 5 Fantasy Players

Leonard Fournette, RB (JAX)

Adrian Peterson, RB (WAS)

Jaguars D/ST (JAX)

Chris Thompson, RB (WAS)

Redskins D/ST (WAS)


Prediction

This is going to be a boring matchup to watch. Neither offense will really find their stride and the opposing defenses will hold them to field goals. The kickers will get a chance to show off their legs. The Jaguars will win just because they are at home, plus they will be facing an offense that is barely holding on at this point of the season.

Final Score: Jaguars 12, Redskins 6


Written by: Cody Manning



Dallas Cowboys (8-5) vs. Indianapolis Colts (7-6)


Preview

The Cowboys and Colts face off in a matchup that has playoff implications for both teams. As of now, Dallas is currently trailing the Bears for the #3 seed in the NFC, so they understand they need every win they can get. Indianapolis is sitting just outside the wildcard picture and just like the Cowboys, they can’t afford a loss at this point of the season. The Cowboys are on a 5-game winning streak and want to continue that momentum all the way into the playoffs. The Colts are coming off an impressive win over the Texans and will once again be looking to end another winning streak from a red-hot team.


Players to watch

Amari Cooper has been a huge part of the revitalized Cowboys offense. He brings a whole new dimension to complement Ezekiel Elliott. Leighton Vander Esch has been a huge bright spot for the Dallas defense and his unit has a big challenge coming up against Andrew Luck. Marlon Mack has been relatively quiet over the past month but Indy will need a big game from him to help wear down the Cowboys defense. Darius Leonard is they key for the Colts defense, because he needs to be a big part of helping to stop Zeke.


Keys to the game

Dallas Cowboys

Pressure Luck

Control the clock

Feed Zeke


Indianapolis Colts

Force Dak into mistakes

Contain Zeke

Protect the ball


Injury list

Dallas Cowboys

Zack Martin, OG - Knee (Out)

David Irving, DL - Ankle (Out)

Geoff Swaim, TE - Wrist (Out)

Tavon Austin, WR - Groin (Questionable)

Randy Gregory, DE - Not Injury Related (Questionable)

Sean Lee, LB - Hamstring (Questionable)

Lance Lenoir, WR - Illness (Questionable)

Tyron Smith, OT - Neck (Questionable)


Indianapolis Colts

Mark Glowinski, OG - Ankle (Out)

Mike Mitchell, S - Calf (Out)

Skai Moore, LB - Neck (Out)

Clayton Geathers, S - Knee (Questionable)

T.Y. Hilton, WR - Ankle (Questionable)


Top 5 Fantasy Players

Ezekiel Elliott, RB (DAL)

T.Y. Hilton, WR (IND)

Amari Cooper, WR (DAL)

Eric Ebron, TE (IND)

Andrew Luck, QB (IND)


Prediction

This matchup is going to come down to who can protect the ball and take advantage of any turnovers. Since Guard Zach Martin is unable to go for Dallas, the Colts should have a much easier time to contain Zeke. That should help make the Cowboys one dimensional. This could be a fun one to watch, and I am looking for Luck to make the crucial plays in the 4th quarter to help find a way to lead Indy to a close victory.

Final Score: Colts 27, Cowboys 24


Written by: Cody Manning

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