Last night the Colts defense made their case to the critics. With the pressure on to perform against last year's No. 1 offense, the Colts defense showed they were a new monster and teams had better be ready. They hit hard, flew to the ball, and made tackles in the open field holding the Saints offense to 293 yards and one field goal. See how they shut the Saints down by clicking here!
Luke Lawton and Roy Hall
Yesterday we featured an article on how Freddy Keiaho was feeling leading up to his first NFL start. He and his teammates seemed to think he was ready and last night, Keiaho proved it to the whole country. Keiaho was a presence all over the field posting six tackles, including some great open-field tackles and at one point teamed up with safety Antoine Bethea to lay a hit that sent Saints tight end Eric Johnson back to the third grade. He accomplished all of this despite a major hindrance that affected his play. What was it? Find out in this feature!
Reggie Wayne was less than thrilled by the end of the first half of last night's game. Losing the ball to Jason David and David returning it 55 yards was not exactly on his list of stuff to do, but Wayne swore he'd bounce back and did he ever. Click here and see how Reggie turned it around in the second half!