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Who Looked Good, Who Didn't? Week 11

Over the last few week, the Indianapolis Colts have have started to earn the "Cardiac Colts" label once again. That the Colts managed to escape Baltimore with a win, despite not having a great deal of offensive help, including having to make up for uncharacteristic mistakes by Peyton Manning.

The Colts relied on their defense to win. The defense did not allow a single Ravens touchdown, allowing only five field goals, and even made an impressive three-down stand on the goal line. The Colts are not accustomed to this kind of defensive stinginess. Short-yardage situations have always been the team's Achilles heel; this is not the case on Sunday. Who Looked Good On Offense? Joseph...

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