Comebacks becoming regular part of Colts legacy
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts keep finding ways to do things they're not supposed to.
They beat Green Bay on a last-minute drive in October. They beat Detroit with two touchdown drives in the final 2:39 on Sunday.
They've won six more games this year than in 2011. They've won seven games with an interim coach, and they've done it all with a rookie quarterback making the calls.
The Colts (8-4) are 7-1 in one-possession games, and with two more Luck would match Peyton Manning's career best in Indy.
And, shockingly, Indianapolis can virtually wrap up a playoff spot with two wins in its final four games.
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