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Week seven of the NFL 2016 season is now over; there were many great games to watch this past weekend with results no one could have guessed.
Quick. Concise. Snarky. Everything you want from a weekly NFL recap and nothing you don’t. Catch up on all the action you might have missed from week 7 of the NFL season.
Find out who will reign victorious in each and every match up of an exciting week seven in the NFL
What’s the impact of the Seahawks win and Falcons loss on this week’s power rankings? Read on to find out.
Colts GM Ryan Grigson’s excuse for the team’s poor performance this season is perplexing. “When you pay Andrew (Luck) what we did, it’s going to take some time to build on the other side of the ball” said Grigson. Well, maybe you should have thought of that before you spent an exorbitant amount of money on Luck.
When the clock ticked down to triple zeros in last night’s TNF matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and the Houston Texans, the scoreboard at NRG Stadium looked oh-so familiar. For the 16th time in a row, the Colts had bested a division foe, setting the record for most consecutive division wins by any team in NFL History.
The Indianapolis Colts have informed Dwight Freeney, the franchise’s all-time leader in sacks, they will not re-sign him.
The AFC South has long been dominated by the Indianapolis Colts, but the rest of the division is quickly making up ground. This division put up 38 wins in 2009, the most of any division by far, making the AFC South one of the NFL’s premier divisions. While the Colts may still be the cream of the crop down south, I wouldn’t be too surprised to see both wildcard’s come out of this division. However, with great strength, comes cannibalism as each team’s schedule gets markedly more difficult as each division opponent improves. Let’s find out what makes this division so powerful.