It was a day just like any other in Indianapolis, Indiana for their beloved football team. Sure they had a few speedbumps along the way, but the important thing is that they defended their home turf yet again. But this victory was unlike any other regular season victory, for there was so much more at stake. Not only could the Colts clinch the AFC's top seed, but they could also set NFL records for the most consecutive regular season victories in league history, and the most victories ever in a decade by one team. It wasn't pretty, the Colts almost blew a 21-point lead and had no answer for Brandon Marshall on defense. But Gary Brackett's 10 unassisted tackles and a key interception by Tim Jennings allowed the Colts to hold on and accomplish everything outlined above. There was little po ...
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