>>Colts Crush Giants On "Monday Night Football"
(East Rutherford, NJ) -- Andrew Luck threw for 354 yards and four touchdowns as the Colts crushed the Giants 40-24 on "Monday Night Football" at MetLife Stadium. Luck set a franchise-record with his seventh straight 300-yard game and is now 12-and-1 in his career following a loss. Coby Fleener had four catches for 77 yards and a TD, while T.Y. Hilton had three grabs for 71 yards and a score for Indianapolis, which leads the AFC South at 6-and-3. Reggie Wayne and Dwayne Allen also had TD catches in the victory. Eli Manning was 27-of-52 for 359 yards and two touchdowns, but lost one of two fumbles on the night. Odell Beckham Jr. had career-high's of eight catches for 156 yards, while Corey Washington and Larry Donnell both had touchdown receptions for the G-Men, who have lost three in-a-row to fall to 3-and-5 on the year.
>>Injured Romo Intends To Fly With Team To London
(Irving, TX) -- Injured Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo says he plans to fly to London with the team for this Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The teams meet Sunday at Wembley Stadium in the last of three International Series games for the NFL this season. Romo missed this past Sunday's game against Arizona with a back injury. He took a hard hit in last Monday's loss to Washington and was briefly replaced by backup Brandon Weeden. Romo missed practice all of last week and it was later reported that he has two small transverse process fractures in his back. His status for this Sunday is uncertain.
>>Kelly Confident In Sanchez If Foles Can't Play
(Philadelphia, PA) -- Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly is confirming that quarterback Nick Foles has a broken collarbone. Kelly said Monday there is a crack in it, but wouldn't speculate beyond that. Kelly says he has confidence in backup Mark Sanchez going forward if need be. Foles hurt his non-throwing shoulder late in the first quarter of Sunday's game at Houston. Sanchez came on in relief and helped lead the Eagles to a 31-21 victory over the Texans. Kelly also said linebacker DeMeco Ryans has an Achilles injury. He was hurt in the fourth quarter after intercepting a Ryan Fitzpatrick pass. Ryans fumbled while falling to the turf with no one around him, then left the field on a cart. Both he and Foles had MRI exams on Monday.