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Colts’ notebook: Marlon Mack showcases big-play skills in ground game | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – This was what the Indianapolis Colts envisioned when they selected an electric, big-play running back out of South Florida in the fourth round of the April draft. Explosion from Marlon Mack. Excitement. Big plays in what has been a plodding ground game.

Rookie Marlon Mack saves Colts from adding to day of blunders in OT victory - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
Rookie Marlon Mack rushed for 91 yards and a touchdown on just nine carries, including one in overtime that set up Adam Vinatieri's winning kick.

Adam Vinatieri at it again, saves Colts with 51-yarder in OT | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – How fitting an end to a game that seemed as if it would never end, and if it did, would end with absolutely nobody celebrating.

Vinatieri kicks game-winner to cap nostalgic weekend in Indy | Sports |
On a weekend surrounded by greatness, it's only fitting the greatest clutch kicker in NFL history had the final word.

Adam Vinatieri and Jacoby Brissett lead Colts past Browns 26-23 in OT.
Marlon Mack, Adam Vinatieri, Jacoby Brissett and T.Y. Hilton are just enough to overcome Colts' schemes

Colts are a team that can't afford to be picky about it wins
Frank Gore: 'We just have to play better and play smarter ball if we want to get it done.'

KRAVITZ: The Colts tried their best (worst?), but they could not lose on Peyton Manning’s day - Bob Kravitz - 13 WTHR Indianapolis
A football team cannot – I mean, CANNOT – lose to a winless team on the day the Colts are celebrating the greatness of Peyton Manning.

Colts Notebook: Manning adds another Indy memory | Sports |
The loudest roar Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium came during halftime as former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning was announced prior to his induction to the team's Ring of Honor.