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The Colts are 0-4, Peyton Manning has spent more time in the coaches' booth than on the field and two defensive starters already have season-ending injuries.
Colts linebacker Pat Angerer wasn't exactly thrilled with his career-high 20 tackles against Pittsburgh this past Sunday.
The Colts have put linebacker Gary Brackett and safety Melvin Bullitt on injured reserve, ending the season for two of Indianapolis' defensive starters.
Starting off 0-2 isn't necessarily an indication of a doomed season in the NFL.
One healthy Peyton will be on the field this Sunday in Indianapolis and he'll never be confused with the quarterback.
Peyton Manning has always been there to bail out the Indianapolis Colts.
The Indianapolis Colts take Peyton Manning's injury seriously.
Peyton Manning didn't need the money, and he sure didn't want the title of being the NFL's highest-paid player if it meant losing his teammates.
Work, work, work. Even during a lockout.