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Seattle Seahawks v Indianapolis Colts

After starting receiver Anthony Gonzalez went down to an injury week one, the Colts’ offense was expected to struggle. I personally thought they would be fine with Dallas Clark and Reggie Wayne.

One thing I didn’t see coming was that Pierre Garcon and rookie Austin Collie would be this good, this fast.

Colts Just Can’t be Stopped

This week it was Collie’s turn in the offense to have a big day as he had eight catches for 97 yards and two touchdowns. This was the kind of production that can only make fantasy football owners with Peyton Manning smile.

With Garcon and Collie getting so many catches it only makes this quarterback more valuable.

Indianapolis Colts v Tennesse Titans


What is just as big as the new receivers producing is the fact that the Colts are using a short passing game as a running game.

At the end of the game, the Colts threw the football just to win out the game.

Manning is having a great season, and I only expect him to keep it rolling after the bye week when they face the Rams.

Titans Are Still Looking for a Win

So far, the Titans are yet to win a game and are 0-5 on the young season. With this loss the Titans season is just about over. Next week it won’t get any easier when they go to New England and take on Tom Brady and the Patriots.

Now is probably a good time for the Titans to put Vince Young in at quarterback. With the season out of reach, it is time to see what Young can give them.

If he can’t turn things around and play well than the Titans will probably use a high draft pick on one of the big quarterbacks coming out.

NFL Fantasy Football Information writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com

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