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Originally published Saturday, October 5, 2013 at 8:07 PM

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The Colts were one of the surprise teams in the NFL last season, rebounding from a 2-14 record in 2011 to finish 11-5 and capture a wild-card playoff spot. They aren’t catching anyone off-guard this season as they have jumped to a 3-1 start that includes a dominant win at San Francisco.

They’re riding the leadership of second-year quarterback Andrew Luck, a punishing running attack that ranks fourth in the NFL (150.2 yards per game) and an improved defense that has allowed the Colts to outscore opponents 105-51.

Bob Condotta

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