Colts will advance to 7-5

December 7, 2015

Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts will travel to Pittsburgh to play Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers. The Colts just played the Buccaneers and won 25-12. They are now 6-5 and are first in AFC South. The Steelers just played the Seattle Seahawks and lost 39-30. The have fallen to 6-5 and are in second in AFC North.

Andrew Luck leads the Colts in passing. Luck has completed 162 out of 293 passes and has amassed a total of 1,881 yards this season. He has 15 touchdowns on the year.

Frank Gore is the leading rusher in Indianapolis. Gore has run the ball 181 times for 657 yards. He averages over three yards per carry and has four touchdowns on the season.

T.Y. Hilton is the number-one receiver for the Colts. Hilton has caught 51 passes for 819 yards. He averages 16.1 yards per catch and has 15 touchdowns this season.

Ben Roethlisberger leads Pittsburg in passing. He has thrown for 2,343 passes this year, completing 177 out of 266 of them. Roethlisberger has 11 touchdowns on the season.

DeAngelo Williams, who has replaced Le’Veon Bell, is the leading rusher for this team. Williams has run the ball 115 times, collecting 563 yards on the ground. He averages almost five yards per carry and has six touchdowns this year. Antonio Brown leads the team in receiving. Brown has caught 85 passes for a total of 1,192 yards. He averages 14 yards per catch and has five touchdowns.

For this game, I’m taking the Colts. They have been playing very well lately, and have found their groove. Roethlisberger was battling injuries last game, and that will affect his game play against the Colts.

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