Colts News Week-In-Review: Bye Week

Intro: The Colts bye week is in its final stages with the team sitting at 5-2 with a two-game lead in the AFC South. Here’s a look back on the news of the week.

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INDIANAPOLIS –With the first two months of the season over, the Colts are wrapping up their bye week with a 5-2 record.

The Reggie Wayne injury news dominated the early part of the week as the team looks ahead to the final nine games of the regular season.

Here's a look at the news from the Bye Week:

Monday, October 21:(Blog)-Here are "Five Things Learned" from the win over the Broncos.

(Article)-Robert Mathis finally got to Peyton Manning and it was his sack that changed the tide on Sunday night.

(Article)-Reggie Wayne is lost for the season. How will the Colts deal with Wayne's loss?

(Video)-Andrew Luck talks about the loss of Wayne.

Tuesday, October 22:

(Blog)-This week's "Newcomer of the Week" is Darrius Heyward-Bey.

(Photos)-Tuesday's Top Ten looks at some behind the scenes photos from the Denver week.

(Article)-With the roof open on Sunday night, the home crowd brought the energy and the Colts players thanked them for it.Wednesday, October 23:

(Article)-Here is this week's #ColtsMailbag.

(Article)-The Colts currently have six wide receivers on the roster. An outlook for those six without Wayne.Thursday, October 24:

(Article)-A film breakdown of Darrius Heyward-Bey's touchdown against the Broncos.

(Article)-With a two-game lead in the AFC South, the Colts are right where they want to be after two months.

(Photos)-Over 160 photos from Sunday's win over Denver.

(Blog)-The assistant coaches talked with the media earlier this week and here are some tidbits from them.

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