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Colts' Season Already a Winner

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Remember when the season started and Colts players wore T-shirts reminding them how they were power-ranked 32nd by several publications?

They've built the monster, done it two, three years ahead of when anybody had a right to believe it might be done.

And they've done it with a couple of holdover veterans and a bunch of rookies who don't seem to know they're not supposed to be here.

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