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Rob Ninkovich

Oct 15, 2015 2:00 PM

A year after Deflategate - Patriots gear up for Sunday's game against Indianapolis Colts


FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - The Patriots are 4-0 this season but Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts could change everything.
The Patriots have won 6 straight games against the Colts including the 2014 AFC Championship game - when Deflategate accusations began swarming.
While Patriot fans are gearing up for the big game, the Patriots, including Tom Brady, maintain they are treating this game no differently.

"I try to be professional with how I approach every week," Brady said when pressed about the emotion leading up to this game. "All of them are hard to win all of them have good players."

Andrew Luck could return from injury but the Pats' defense has been an important part of their undefeated record.

"You've got to concentrate on playing them; concentrate on beating them this year," LaGarrette Blount said of the Colts. "All the games in the past isn't going to help us right now. They can easily come in here and win a game."

The Patriots will be without Left Tackle Nate Solder, who is out for the rest of the year with a torn bicep he injured in Dallas last week.
Marcus Cannon replaced him in that game.

"I think hes just a flexible guy that really just wants to play and whatever you ask him to do he goes out there and does the best he can," said Bill Belichick about Cannon's ability to play different positions. "He doesn't over analyze it or get overly caught up in a million things to do."

The Patriots are one of only six teams undefeated this season. They'll take on the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday at 8:30 p.m.


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