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Winners in nine of the past 11 games and in five of six down the final stretch, the Colts return to the post-season hoping to possess the spark that helped produce an 11-5 record. Chuck Pagano spoke on Sunday of “mojo,” and he and his players hope that intangible can produce tangible results in Baltimore.

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It's best to give the credit to the Lord, not the voodoo arts. Could spell your downfall.

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mojo    

N. 

1. Self-confidence, Self-assuredness. As in basis for belief in ones self in a situation. 

 

This team has every reason to believe in themselves! Go Colts!

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