Found November 25, 2012 on AFC East Daily:
After feeling the sting of defeat at the hands of the New England Patriots, Buffalo turned things around last week and picked up a much-needed win over the Dolphins. Indianapolis is looking for a similar result this week, as the team comes off a crippling loss in Foxborough but hosts the Bills Sunday. A win for the Colts would keep them in the driver's seat for a wild card spot, while a loss for Buffalo could be curtains for its playoff chances. Despite the 4-6 record, the Bills still have a chance at a run, as Indy and the Seattle Seahawks are the only two remaining teams on the schedule with winning records. A win away could give the team the push it needs, especially since the next three games will be at Ralph Wilson Stadium. DECIDING FACTORS: Big return. Buffalo's Leodis McKelvin has been a special teams master this season, and he's on an all-time pace. He's led the league nearly the entire season in punt return average and added another return touchdown to his s...
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