Found October 27, 2012 on Total Titans:
  To find out more about what the 2012 Indianapolis Colts look like, I went through my normal practice of watching the next opponent's previous game. Coming off their bye, the Colts beat the Cleveland Browns at home last week by a final score of 17-13 to improve their record to 3-3 on the year. Andrew Luck scored twice on the ground in the first half, and the defense held the Browns after they cut the deficit to 14-13 early in the second half.   After the jump, what I saw from the Colts that game:   1. Ok, this isn't related to the game, but four of the Colts' first six games have been at home. They're 3-1 at home. They're 0-2 on the road, with both losses not close. It's possible the Colts are a bad road team. It's also possible they're 0-2 on the road because they played the Bears, a pretty good team, and just had a bad game against the Jets. 2. Vick Ballard got most of the carries last week. He's an okay between the ta...
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