INDIANAPOLIS – For just the fourth time in NFL history, a team will face back-to-back opponents that have records of at least 6-0.
The Colts will take on a second straight undefeated team this weekend when the Denver Broncos come to Lucas Oil Stadium.
In this issue of "Colts Coffee", we look around the web at the trickle down effect of Rob Chudzinski taking over as Colts offensive coordinator, the severity of T.Y. Hilton's foot injury and how this game is being viewed by Peyton Manning's teammates in Denver:
- Colts fans should expect an "attacking" offensive style with Rob Chudzinski now calling the shots, writes IndyStar's Stephen Holder.
- What were the Colts players' reactions when they heard the news of Pep Hamilton being let go? Zak Keefer from the IndyStar brings you that story.
- Injuries will be something to watch again this week for the Colts. IndySportCentral's Mike Chappell has [an update on the sprained foot for T.Y. Hilton.
](http://indysportscentral.com/2015/11/04/colts-t-y-hilton-dealing-with-foot-injury/) * The task for the Colts offense Sunday? Think 1985 Bears or 2000 Ravens, according to Chuck Pagano. Pro Football Talk's Zac Jackson has that story.
- Peyton Manning might not be saying it, but his teammates know the extra motivation for No. 18 this weekend, writes Nicki Jhabvala from the Denver Post.
- On Sunday, Vontae Davis will see his brother, Vernon, on the opposite sideline. How is Vernon adjusting to his new team after being traded on Monday? ESPN's Jeff Legwold touches on that subject.