Caesar-Rayford-TV-laces_20130818233502490_600_400.JPG " alt="" width="600" height="400" /> One week after allowing the Bills to pretty much do whatever they want, the Colts showed some grit and toughness against a pretty potent Giants offense. It should be noted that in the preseason, teams don’t game plan for each other. But Indy’s defensive front got a great push all night and sacked the quarterback six times. Rookie defensive end
Drake Nevis registered two of the sacks as he continues to show promise this preseason. Rookie linebacker Caesar Rayford notched two sacks and has been catching the eye of the team’s talent evaluators. Rayford is trying to make his first NFL team after bouncing around the Canadian Football League and Arena Football League for the last five years. His former team – the Utah Blaze – gave him a shout out on their Twitter account.
5. NFL on FOX’s Pam Oliver is no doubt the toughest reporter in the biz
It’s never safe being on an NFL sideline. It seems that during every game an innocent bystander is steamrolled by a player running out of bounds. Well, this time NFL on FOX sideline reporter
Pam Oliver accidentally took a football to the face after Colts backup quarterback
Chandler Harnish had one sail on him. Oliver was OK and showed off what a true pro she is as she didn’t skip a beat.
Questions? Comments? Send them to email@example.com and we might respond in our weekly mailbag!