NFL Highlighted By Undefeated Patriots And Colts Match Up in Week Nine
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The NFL football season is flying by, and while many teams have been up and down this year, two of them have remained perfect, the Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots, but on Sunday, one of these two unbeaten teams will fall.
A couple of big divisional games will be overshadowed by the Colts and Pats, but that will not change the fact that some of these games will go a long way in determining who wins divisions this season.
In the NFC East, the Dallas Cowboys, who only have one blemish on their record, will travel to Philadelphia to play the Eagles. Philly must win this game if they want to save any hope of competing for the division title in the latter part of the season.
The other big divisional game this weekend will conclude the NFL week as the 5-2 Pittsburgh Steelers play host to the 4-3 Baltimore Colts. The Steelers have yet to lose in the division and and can put a two game difference between them and the Colts for the division lead.
Most of the other games are teams playing outside of their own division, but that does not mean there are not some good match ups, Green Bay faces Kansas City in a battle of two surprising teams, and New Orleans tries to continue to correct their early season struggles against Jacksonville.
Colts And Manning Preparing For Showdown With Brady And Patriots
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The time is nearing for the two best teams in football to take center stage and do what they have done all year so far, put on a show for everybody watching.
The perception over the past few years has been that Peyton Manning was the best quarterback in football, but could not win the big game, and that Tom Brady was a excellent decision maker that won, but could not put up big numbers.
Oh, how the perceptions were wrong. Over the past twelve months Manning has won pro footballs biggest game, the Super Bowl, and Brady has put up numbers so far this season that no quarterback in history has done through the first half of the season.
On Sunday, these two bigger than life quarterbacks meet on the field in what is expected to be another in the ever growing saga of the Colts and Patriot epic games.
The Patriots are favored in the game and are widely perceived as the better team, a thought that is hard for the Colts to swallow since they are the defending Super Bowl champions, and have yet to lose a game this year.
All eyes will be on this game on Sunday as the NFL braces for one of the most hyped regular season games in years, and rightfully so, as the winner will have the inside track to home field advantage in the playoffs and a spot in the Super Bowl.