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NFL Week 6 -- Colts at Chargers

Not long ago, the Indianapolis Colts and San Diego Chargers were among the premier teams in the AFC. But the two have taken different tracks since. Indianapolis bottomed out, got a new quarterback and appears to be back in contention. The Chargers have (mostly) stayed the course ... and don't appear to be changing anytime soon. What this means: a "Monday Night Football" matchup that seems to favor the road team. (Key word: "seems.")

Which team will win the Colts-Chargers game in San Diego?

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    80%
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    20%

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  • Are the Colts a legit AFC title contender?

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      85%
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      15%

    Discuss (Total votes: 6,876)

  • When will Andrew Luck be a top-five QB in the NFL?

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      25%
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      18%
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      33%
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      21%
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      3%

    Discuss (Total votes: 6,703)

  • How much will the absence of Ahmad Bradshaw (out for season) hurt the Colts?

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      13%
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      66%
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      21%

    Discuss (Total votes: 6,427)

  • Will Philip Rivers be the Chargers' quarterback next season?

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      47%
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      46%
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      7%

    Discuss (Total votes: 6,344)

  • When will the Chargers next make the playoffs?

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      23%
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      33%
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      44%

    Discuss (Total votes: 6,164)

  • The Chargers will wear their powder-blue unis Monday. Are these the best uniforms in sports?

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      36%
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      64%

    Discuss (Total votes: 5,981)

  • If the Chargers don't sell out their Monday Night Football game against the Colts, leading to a local blackout, should the team buy the remaining tickets?

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      70%
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      30%

    Discuss (Total votes: 22,897)

  • Philip Rivers can become the first QB in NFL history to throw for 400-plus yards in three straight games if he hits that mark Monday vs. the Colts. Will he?

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      34%
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      66%

    Discuss (Total votes: 6,134)

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