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I have been saying the same thing for the last few weeks. One hundred yards rushing and a turnover will nearly guarantee a victory. Andrew Luck appears to more than able to take care of the rest. When is the last time we had a turnover. We need more past rush. Dwight Freeny definitely had his best game. Corey Redding is definitely an asset. I know he enjoys being a cheerleader, but for my money I would like to see all that energy focused on playing defense. I am really pleased with our developing running game and its depth, with Ballard, Carter and Brown. GO COLTS cage the Jags!!!!

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