The Colts have officially listed Laron Landry as probable for Sunday's game. He's participated in practice this week, and barring an unforeseen calamity, he should be at or near 100%. My question is: how much of an impact will Landry have? He certainly would have been a blessing last week against the Chargers after Freeman went down. But I worry that, against a player of Peyton's caliber, a rusty Landry will be a liability. Howell has played well in coverage, but the Dirty Thirty is our secondary's enforcer and obvious starter. Will the Bronco's offense be able to take advantage of his consistent commitment to the big hit and the fact that he hasn't had playtime in several weeks? If anyone has reassuring anecdotes about Landry coming back from injury and playing lights-out against elite quarterbacks I'd love to hear them between now and Sunday. Also, any other injury updates would be appreciated (Freeman, Sheppard, everybody else). Fully healthy, I'd almost favor the Colts over Denver.