steelerfan513 wrote:The Colts aren't going to have trouble moving the ball. Peyton can throw on just about anyone, and Addai and Rhodes provide a good enough running game to keep the defense honest. Indy should score on about every other possession, maybe more.
This all comes down to Grossman. If he has a good game, the Bears will have a shot. I don't think he will be able to perform well enough to keep up with the Colts.
The Colts by at least 2 scores IMO.
Peyton can throw on just about anyone. Hmmm. Let's take a look at this postseason.
Game 1 vs. KC
30/38 268 yds 1 td 3 int (yep, he threw on them...or should I say, at them??)
Game 2 vs. Balt.
15/30 170 yds 0 tds 2 ints (hmmmm)
Game 3 vs. NE
He had a good game.
So 2 out of 3 games in the postseason so far have been well under par. I would put the Bears D at about the same level as the Ravens D.
I think the D is going to give him fits.