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Midwest Sports Fans:
The Indianapolis Colts have had a surprisingly strong season (well, unless you picked them to make the playoffs before the season started), and currently sit at 7-4 after this weekend’s win over Buffalo.
The only real recent on-field downer for Indianapolis was the blowout loss to the Patriots. But it may not have been a total loss for the Colts, at least not if Indy fans were able to prove themselves as more dedicated and confident than Patriots fans.
Did they? And who is the better QB for now and the future: Tom Brady or Andrew Luck? It’s an intriguing debate.
Our friends from Rant Sports went to Foxboro to investigate as part of the Bud Light NFL Tailgate Series.
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