Quick Take: Colts (6-4) at Chargers (4-6)

Last meeting
Billy Volek and Michael Turner came off the bench to lead the Chargers to a 28-24 win at Indianapolis in a 2008 AFC Divisional Playoff Game.

The Chargers have won three consecutive games against the Colts and hold the all-time series lead, 15-9 (including playoffs).

Last week
The Colts defeated the Texans for the second time this season, 33-27. ... The Chargers lost in the closing moments at Pittsburgh, 11-10.

Keep your eye on ...
The rebirth of Addai: Running back Joseph Addai has been dinged up with injuries this season, but rushed for 105 yards last week -- the first time he topped the century mark this season. Addai aims for his second consecutive triple-digit performance of the season against a Chargers' rushing defense that is allowing an average of 105 yards per game.

Wayne's manner: Receiver Reggie Wayne has had great success against the Chargers in the past. Wayne had 17 receptions for 213 yards and two touchdowns against San Diego last season. Wayne didn't practice last week because of an ankle injury, but still managed to have seven receptions for 90 yards.

Manning vs. Cromartie:Antonio Cromartie nearly stamped his ticket to the Pro Bowl last season against Peyton Manning. Cromartie had three interceptions in the regular season game against the Colts -- including an amazing one-handed grab -- and had one against Manning in the playoff game, too.

Did you know?
Colts tight end Dallas Clark aims for his third consecutive game with a touchdown against the Chargers. ... Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson needs six receptions for career No. 500. ... Antonio Gates leads all tight ends with six touchdowns.

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