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The Indianapolis Colts’ Offense in the Postseason: Albatross or Savior?

Published by on May 12, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - Indianapolis Colts

Much has been made about the Colts' 7-8 playoff record in the past decade. Despite the Colts' offense and its quarterback being among the most consistently prolific in NFL history, the blame for this record has been placed squarely on their shoulders by popular opinion. 

It does not matter if the Colts are the only one out of the four teams with a double digit number of playoff games since 2001 to not field a consistently strong defense.  It does not matter that the Colts defense has given up two touchdowns in the first three drives of three different playoff games.

It does not even matter that the Colts have fielded one of the most consistently poor special teams units in recent memory—a unit that blew two field goals in the postseason that would have sent one playoff game to overtime and won another one in overtime, and is the only one in NFL history to allow a kickoff return for a touchdown on ...

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