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On Andrew Luck, The Offensive Line, Finley's Drops, and The Running Game

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Merry Clinchmas? | Query & Schultz - SportsRadio 1260 WNDE. As I watched the Colts incredibly win another game on Thursday night, they're now tied with the Rams and the Vikings for the No. 1 overall pick. Could the Vikings end up with Andrew Luck?

The tie-breaker is strength of schedule, and it appears that the Colts would still have the edge. But that won't be determined until the regular season is over. And, as unlikely as it seems, those three teams could still each win another game.

Patchwork Offensive Line Busy Preparing for Bears | Cheesehead TV. LT Chad Clifton is back at practice but he's not expected to play this Sunday. It'll still be Marshall Newhouse trying to slow down Julius Peppers. They're going to have to give him some tight end help. As good as Bryan Bulaga has played this season, they'll be fine with T.J. Lang moving over to right tackle and Evan Dietrich-Smith at left guard. Newhouse's continuing problems are the biggest concern. | Green Bay Packers | Insiders Blog " TE coach Ben McAdoo talks Jermichael Finley. His coach says he's surprised by all of his drops against the Chiefs. Haven't drops been a problem for him all season long? I'm surprised by McAdoo's surprise.

Time for Packers to hit the ground running - JSOnline. James Starks and Brandon Saine are back at practice, alongside a seemingly rejuvenated Ryan Grant. Is this the week to expect a big Packer ground assault? Don't count on it. The Raiders run defense is awful. The Chiefs aren't very good either. But the Bears are still hard to run against. Starks had his worst game of the season (11 carries for 5 yards and 1 fumble) against them back on September 25th.