Colts Have a Tough Trip to New England

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Look. This happens in New England. This happens to everybody in New England. It happened to Peyton Manning, who won just four of 12 games against this franchise. It happened to Manning in his first game in New England in 1998, when he threw three picks and just 188 yards. "(Andrew Luck) was a lot better than Peyton the first time he came up here," interim coach Bruce Arians said.

It's happened to several rookies; no rookie quarterback has won in New England since the redoubtable Kerry Collins did it in pre-Belichick 1995.

Here's what the Colts, and Andrew Luck in particular, need to do:

Get instant amnesia.

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