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12 Things to Watch For in Sunday's Colts-Dolphins Game
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Last week, the Colts pulled off a stunning upset of the Titans. The win thrust them into the playoff hunt, and now the equally surprising Miami Dolphins invade Lucas Oil Stadium with the winner facing a real shot of claiming a post-season berth. Here's what to watch for...
1. Watch for the arm. The Dolphins have a shut-down run defense, and we all know that when push comes to shove, Andrew Luck has no qualms dropping back 55 times. Look for the Indy run game to struggle as the Dolphins shut down power runs, long runs, all runs. Luck's going to have toss his way to victory, so be prepared for plenty of drop backs, especially early in the game.
2. Watch for diddlypoo. The Dolphins haven't been a legitimate playoff contender in quite some time but suddenly they're in the mix. Likewise the Colts have indeed shocked some people by maki...
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