Over at Bleacher Report, Nate Dunlevy recapitulated the Colts' win over the Browns with his observations and even some highlight videos. Nate saw it the way many fans familiar with the team saw it:
Following a similar formula to previous encounters with the Vikings and Jaguars, the Colts jumped out to a comfortable halftime lead, and then hung on for dear life.
With just under seven minutes to play in the game, Brandon Weeden found a wide-open Josh Gordon for what would have been the go-ahead pass, but the potential 41-yard touchdown was flat dropped, preserving the Indianapolis lead.
The Colts won Sunday with their defense, Luck, and a little bit of actual luck. Oh, and there was the running game. Click and read. Dunlevy doesn't disappoint.