Q&A With the Enemy: A few questions with Hogs Hav

en Ahead of the Colts’ road game against the Washington Redskins Cheap Braden Smith Jersey , I got a chance to ask some questions of Bill Horgan from Hogs Haven, and he was gracious enough to give me a lot of excellent information about the Redskins and what we can expect to see come Sunday. Let’s dig in to it.Many Colts fans don’t know much about the Washington Redskins. Tell us a little bit about this team. What are their biggest strengths and weaknesses?Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty ImagesPhoto by Mitchell Layton/Getty ImagesPhoto by Rob Carr/Getty ImagesAfter an ugly breakup with Kirk Cousins, the Redskins brought in Alex Smith to be the seasoned vet who could take the helm and move them forward. How has that move looked so far?Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty ImagesWho are some players we might not be familiar with whose names we will know by the end of Sunday?Photo by Jason Hanna/Getty ImagesThanks again to Bill for taking the time to give us all the great information provided. Hits And Misses: Bright Moments Galore In Colts’ Blowout Of Bills | 1070 the FanLet’s take a look at the good and the bad from the Colts thrashing the Bills, 37-5, in Week Seven.Colts Rare Pass Protection Success Comes From Intense Preparation | 1070 the FanThe tremendous success of the Colts’ pass protection early in the season extends to well beyond the multiple 5-man groupings they’ve had to use up front.Adam Vinatieri Dealing With Groin Injury; Colts To Work Out Kickers | 1070 the FanAdam Vinatieri hasn’t missed a game due to injury since 2009, but his status for Week Eight is in jeopardy after an MRI revealed a right groin injury for the Hall of Fame kicker.Colts Daily Notebook: Adam Vinatieri Dealing With Groin InjuryIndianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich today told reporters that kicker Adam Vinatieri, who missed two extra points in Sunday’s win over the Buffalo Bills, is dealing with a groin injury, and has had an MRI Cheap T.Y. Hilton Jersey , although his immediate status is not yet knoColts monitoring injured Adam Vinatieri, kicker tryouts coming | FOX59INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indianapolis Colts are taking a wait-and-see approach with Adam Vinatieri. The veteran placekicker aggravated a groin injury on his first PAT attempt in Sunday’s 37-5 win over the Buffalo Bills.Colts Notebook: Groin injury threatens to pause Vinatieri's record quest | Sports | heraldbulletin.comAdam Vinatieri's record-breaking quest could be put on hold.Film review: How the Colts have picked up their pass rush without using blitzes – The AthleticColts are tied for fourth in the NFL with 21 sacks. That's quite the feat for a team that lacks a premier pass rusher, rarely blitzes and has been playing from behind in many games.Colts use Bills for heavy dose of positive reinforcement | FOX59INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It was a start, and certainly beat the alternative had they not taken care of business when the Buffalo Bills brought their sorriness to town over the weekend.Kravitz Dopey Report Card: Colts vs. Bills (October 21, 2018) - Bob Kravitz - 13 WTHR IndianapolisBob Kravitz breaks down the Colts' win against the Buffalo Bills.Colts-Bills Drive Of The Game: Luck Finds Swoope To Jumpstart Big VictoryThe Indianapolis Colts’ 2018 Week 7 Drive of the Game, presented by Hays + Sons, was a 13-play http://www.coltscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-skai-moore-jersey , 75-yard sequence at the end of the first quarter/start of the second quarter that earned the Colts their first points of the day in a big victory over the Buff2018 Colts Rookie Watch: Week 7Get a weekly look into the performance of the Indianapolis Colts’ rookies, continuing today with their stats and highlights in the team’s Week 7 victory over the Buffalo Bills.Mark Glowinski, Mike Mitchell Make Pro Football Focus’ Week 7 Team Of The WeekThe Indianapolis Colts’ lopsided victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday is bringing about some accolades for several of their players, a couple of which landed on Pro Football Focus' Week 7Colts, Peace Learning Center & IMPD visit MLK CenterIndianapolis Colts linebacker Anthony Walker engages in a talk with kids at the Martin Luther King Center. Colts players teamed up with the Peace Learning Center and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department to engage teens in exercises designed to teach safe and simple ways to manage anger, solve problems and develop an understanding of differing perspectives at the Martin Luther King Center on Monday, Oct 22, 2018.COLTS MEDIA
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