Someone re-count the ballots. The real MVP and the main reason the Colts won Super Bowl XLI is Chicago QB Rex Grossman, writes Michael Smith.
Reaching the Super Bowl without Edgerrin James has been bittersweet for some members of the Colts, writes Michael Smith.
Tthe Colts are the clear favorite in the AFC. But they've had to fight for wins this year, and that toughness should help, writes Michael Smith.
One day in the not so distant future, history will show that Tom Brady and Peyton Manning were the two best QBs ever to play the game, writes Michael Smith.
The nature of the NFL makes no player truly indispensable, but some guys sure are pretty close, writes Michael Smith.
Pass blocking is an often overlooked aspect of an NFL tailback's job and rare skill among backs entering the league.
Tony Dungy perfected his version of the Cover 2 in Tampa Bay. Now, the Colts, Bucs and Bears are riding the scheme to the playoffs.
In case any NFL team had thoughts of coasting into the playoffs, Sunday provided a reminder that it's never that easy in this league.
The Bears, Patriots and Bengals each lead their divisions by two games, but as Michael Smith points out, things can change quickly.
Michael Smith reviews the first half by taking a look at some of the prominent headlines, including Katrina's impact on the Saints.
It's really not that complicated when you look at the Colts and the Patriots. The Pats are simply a better football team.
Steve McNair and Peyton Manning have traveled different paths, but the league Co-MVPs share several similarities.
Mike Vanderjagt is considered automatic on field goals. But he missed when it counted, stoking notions that the Colts are cursed when facing the Patriots.