Green Bay Packers vs. Indianapolis Colts Preview & Predictions

Aaron Nagler@Aaron_NaglerNFL National Lead WriterOctober 1, 2012

Andrew Luck and the Colts have had a week to watch some extra tape and make adjustments, but I'm not so sure it will matter much when it comes to keeping Luck's passes away from Charles Woodson. 

Woodson has a history of making rookie quarterbacks look foolish, as recently as last year when he dominated Cam Newton in Carolina. You can expect the wily veteran to take a few extra chances and jump a few extra routes, especially against the young Colts tight ends. 

That's not to say the Colts won't be able to take advantage of that aggressiveness. They certainly can, and would do well to set the former Heisman Trophy winner up with a bunch of out patterns to Coby Fleener before pulling the trigger on a classic "Out and Up." 

For Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense, this is by no means a "gimme" game. They seemed to hit their stride against the New Orleans Saints, but nearly everyone has been able to move the ball and score against New Orleans. 

In the video above, we look at the biggest matchups and give you a score prediction. Let us know in the comments below who you agree with, who is out to lunch and what you think the final score will be.