Know Thy Enemy: Week 6-Jets vs. Colts

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Oct 7, 2012; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (12) runs onto the field during player introductions before the game against the Green Bay Packers at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

In this week’s edition of “Know Thy Enemy”, we sit down with JM Nicholas, from Fansided Colts’ site  Here is what he had to say about his team, and about our upcoming battle on Sunday:

THE JET PRESS:Give the Jets fans a scouting report on Andrew Luck. What should we expect to see from this guy?

NAPTOWN’S FINEST:Even after only four regular season games, it’s hard to ignore that Andrew Luck looks like the real deal. He’s had his fair share of rookie-type mistakes, and he’s not as flashy as a Robert Griffin III, but he’s stable. Luck will make a mistake, and not seem fazed. He will take a mean hit, and get up with a smile on his face. He’s thrown for over 1,000 yards after his first four games, and is on pace for a rookie record breaking 4,800 yards.

TJP:What has it been like for this team, with the unfortunate situation with Chuck Pagano going on?

NF:The news of Chuck Pagano’s illness was shocking to the city. fans, and the media. Chuck was in the hospital for nearly a week, and almost no one knew it. We broke the news on an early Monday morning after week four, and it’s been the major story ever since. The swell of support from fans, players, and almost everyone around the NFL has been a respectful sign that Chuck Pagano means a lot to a lot of people in the NFL.

TJP:What are you expecting to see out of the Wildcat from the Jets on Sunday?

NF:The Wildcat offense is deadly when used properly. It seems as though the Jets haven’t really used it properly so far this season. If Tim Tebow’s production is increased, then it could surely prove to be more positive. The Colts will have to try and compensate for what the Wildcat might bring, but it hasn’t brought much so far.

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