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Colts 17 Browns 13 Photo credit: Indianapolis Colts' Instagram Account 1st Half The Colts and Browns traded long drives in the first half, with the Browns answering Luck’s brilliant touchdown run with a long drive and a Brandon Weeden TD pass.  Cleveland missed the extra point.  The Colts fired back with a 14 play 76 yard touchdown drive.  14-6, Colts at the half. 2nd Half Both teams’ offenses began to struggle, or the defenses picked up the slack.  The only score came on a field goal by Vinitieri in the 3rd quarter.  After taking over on downs, the Colts ran the ball, ate up the clock, and finished off Cleveland, 17-13 Stay tuned for a full recap within the hour. 
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