In one of Kravitz’s more recent columns prior to Wildcard Weekend, he made the case that Colts fans should be rooting for a San Diego win over Cincinnati – in essence setting up a game with the Patriots and not the Broncos.
Given the depleted wide receiver corps of the Patriots and the injury list that could fill an 8 x 10 sheet of paper, Kravitz thinks the Pats are “very good,” but also more vulnerable than the Broncos.
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The Colts allowed 44 points to Andy Reid’s Chiefs on Saturday afternoon in what Kravitz called their worst defensive performance of the year, so for Patriots fans who think this next game will be a walk in the park – like Jon Wallach for instance – Kravitz thinks you’re sorely mistaken.
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