Colts looking to continue winning ways against struggling Jets

The Indianapolis Colts snapped out of their funk against the Green Bay Packers in a thrilling 30-27 victory.  Looking to capitalize on their momentum, the Colts now look to the New York Jets who are still trying to find their identity.

With calls for Tim Tebow to replace QB Mark Sanchez all over the airwaves, Head Coach Rex Ryan made it clear that Sanchez is the starter and he looking to prepare him and the team for their next game.

“I’m not going to get into the what-ifs and all that,” Ryan said. “We’re not preparing to lose, that’s for sure. We’re thinking we’re going to win, starting this week.”

The Colts will be without starting RB Donald Brown due to torn cartilage in his knee.  Rookie RB Vick Ballard will get his first start.  Brown had his best game of the season against the Packers as he posted 84-yards on 17 carries.

The biggest match up should be the Colts 6th ranked passing offense against the Jets 6th ranked passing defense.  Be sure to get your tickets to the game and cheer on your Colts to victory!

Peyton Manning ‘Cautious’ After Neck Surgery Thanks To NFL Lockout

quarterback , his second in the past 15 months. But his recovery has been slowed because of NFL lockout rules restricting players from receiving medical attention from their team, as well as an inability to use team facilities for rehabilitation. When the lockout began, team facilities were shuddered, forcing players to workout on their own and seek their own treatment for various injuries picked up during the season or for surgeries that took place after the season ended.

that the familiarity with the Colts’ training staff provided him comfort, but with that gone he’s been forced to proceed with caution.

“The lockout didn’t allow me to work my (Colts) therapist, Erin Barill, and I’m just not comfortable taking any chances with this thing,” Manning said. “Erin knows me. He’s rehabbed me through two other surgeries (neck and knee) and I think most people understand that once you build up a trust with your therapist, that’s the guy you want and need to work with.”

The inability for injured players to rehab with their own teams and receive in-house medical treatment has been one of the more unfortunate parts of the lockout. Players injured during the season, playing under contract for the owners that have no locked them out, have been stuck in no-man’s land as the NFL and NFLPA battle it out over billions of dollars.

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Peyton Manning ‘Cautious’ After Neck Surgery Thanks To NFL Lockout

quarterback , his second in the past 15 months. But his recovery has been slowed because of NFL lockout rules restricting players from receiving medical attention from their team, as well as an inability to use team facilities for rehabilitation. When the lockout began, team facilities were shuddered, forcing players to workout on their own and seek their own treatment for various injuries picked up during the season or for surgeries that took place after the season ended.

that the familiarity with the Colts’ training staff provided him comfort, but with that gone he’s been forced to proceed with caution.

“The lockout didn’t allow me to work my (Colts) therapist, Erin Barill, and I’m just not comfortable taking any chances with this thing,” Manning said. “Erin knows me. He’s rehabbed me through two other surgeries (neck and knee) and I think most people understand that once you build up a trust with your therapist, that’s the guy you want and need to work with.”

The inability for injured players to rehab with their own teams and receive in-house medical treatment has been one of the more unfortunate parts of the lockout. Players injured during the season, playing under contract for the owners that have no locked them out, have been stuck in no-man’s land as the NFL and NFLPA battle it out over billions of dollars.

For more on Manning’s surgery, stay with . For more on the labor situation, visit our StoryStream.