The Hard Work is Over

AFC Championship GameDominic RhodesWXINNFLDallas Cowboys

There isn't any time to change the game plan now, the Colts and Jets only have one practice remaining before their game on Wild Card weekend.  The finale is really just considered a walk through, most of the hard work for the rematch of the AFC Championship game from last season, is already done.

"We got the film work, we got the work out in practice done, and now it's time to go out and train for Saturday and get ready for the big game," said running back Dominic Rhodes, who hasn't participated in the last two practices.

"The week was good; it felt good to get back out there. There are only a certain number of teams that are still playing. I think we prepared good and got some good recognition of what they do," said Colts defensive back Jacob Lacey.

The playoffs are nothing new to the Colts; they are making their 9th straight trip to the post season tying an NFL record with the Dallas Cowboys.  So, there shouldn't be a lot of nervous jitters leading up to kick off.

"You just try to freshen up.  Just go over the things you went over all week, read over the notes, look over more film and just refresh your memory on what they are going to do. Time to relax, kick your feet up and rest your legs.  You know it's a short week for us so just trying to do anything to get ready for Saturday," said safety Antoine Bethea.

The Jets arrive in Indianapolis sometime tomorrow afternoon with the game scheduled for Saturday night at 8:20 p.m. from Lucas Oil Stadium.  Tune in to Fox 59 immediately following the contest for complete post game coverage, including player reaction and analysis.

 

 

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