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The Colts are playing their fifth home game as the 2012 season reaches the mid-point Sunday. Indianapolis has entertained its fans with a 3-1 mark in Lucas Oil Stadium and hopes to extend that record against a rival from a previous division. The Colts and Miami shared spots in the AFC East for 32 years before being separated by realignment in 2002. Sunday, each team wants to forward its divisional cause.

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