The Indianapolis Colts came into Week 7 a team with very little momentum and a 1-5 record that shows just how inconsistent the team had been up to this point. Despite playing a Buffalo Bills team with an awful offense and a middle-of-the-road defense, the Colts looked to put the mental and physical aspects together on both sides of the ball to churn out a dominating performance.
Andrew Luck looked great. Marlon Mack put a second-straight game together in which he showed all of the characteristics of an NFL lead back and the defense amassed 5 takeaways. I don’t think you could have hoped to see much more from this Colts squad. They should have won, but they smashed the Bills, and that means something.
Today Matt Danely looks at the Colts near complete game in Week 7 and how each unit on this roster has shown that they what it takes to be a team that could legitimately have a polar opposite record at this point in the season. We look at the top performances of the day, how the Colts offensive line has become a top-third unit in the league, discuss if Marlon Mack is for real, and what the future of the 2018 season could actually hold.
Additionally, we look at the Colts upcoming schedule, both, before the bye in Week 9, as well as the post-bye lineup with a heavy AFC South slate. Finally we have a little ray of sunshine in a pretty disappointing season to this point.
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