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Thread: Colts have yet to lose back-to-back

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    Default Colts have yet to lose back-to-back

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    At 6-4 the Colts have flip-flopped wins and losses here and there this season, but they have yet to lose back-to-back games. Through their first five games, Indianapolis traded wins and losses before going on a four-game win streak. With Sunday’s loss at New England, a Buffalo win Sunday would mark the first set of [...]

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    And the plot thickens.

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    Sunday will be new for them then!

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    And they also have a 4-1 record at home this year...

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    Another fun stat, Fitz has yet to go 2 games in a row without a turnover.

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    winnable game, but not easy as some think. No road game is easy for the bills.their terrible record on the road proves it.

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    Good, everytime i hear a statistic like this the opposite occurs.

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    That all ends this Sunday. Bills 34-Colts-21

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    They've won 3 games after losses with two 3 point wins and one 4 point win. I think it's more of an anomaly than a trend.
    “The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.” -William Ward

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    The good thing is: The Bills WON'T lose seven straight “this” year. INDIANA last four wins were over the Cleveland Browns (17-13), the Tennessee Titans (OT 19-13), the Miami Dolphins (23-20) and the Jacksonville Jaguars (27-10).

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    What makes you think that was has happened before has any influence on what will happen next?

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    OR... you could say the Bills are perfect in away games this year that follow a home victory! (week 2- 3)

    This stuff doesn't mean diddly!!!


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    This seems pretty obvious since they are 6-4, this will change Sunday.
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    run the ball on them !
    Don't get hit


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    Spiller should have no less than 25 touches. Regardless if by running, screen passes, wheel routes, etc... A healthy dose of spiller should allow us to control the tempo of the game.

    If we can go up early and force the Colts to pass non-stop our defense can make Luck have some rookie mistakes.

    As gifted as Luck is, having our front four know the pass is coming from a rookie should allow for some big defensive plays.

    The only thing that does worry me, is Luck is more mobile than people realize. The guy can make plays with his feet and our LBs are not the most fleet of foot outside of Bradham.

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    Expect a close game with the Buffalo Bills winning 48% of simulations, and the Indianapolis Colts 52% of simulations. In close games, turnover margin is especially important. The Buffalo Bills commit fewer turnovers in 55% of simulations and they go on to win 68% when they take care of the ball. The Indianapolis Colts wins 77% of the simulations in which they commit fewer turnovers. C.J. Spiller is averaging 66 rushing yards per sim. If he can have a great game with better than average rushing yards and at least a 1 rushing TD (25% chance) then he helps his team win 67%. Andrew Luck is averaging 267 passing yards per sim. If he can have a great game with better than average passing yards and at least a 2 to 1 TD to INT ratio (32% chance) then he helps his team win 62%.

    I think we win this one. A little extra rest + the D seems to be getting it's stuff together.

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