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Who Looked Good, Who Didn't? Week Five

The Colts soundly defeated a Titans team that is much tougher than the score or their record indicates. What is more impressive is that Indianapolis did so in Nashville, with Tennessee playing to keep its season alive.

Beyond that, absent some first half miscues, the Colts dominated the game due in large part to another impressive defensive performance that kept the Titans out of the end zone and limited star running back Chris Johnson to 34 yards on nine carries. Who Looked Good On Offense? Peyton Manning had another impressive game, connecting with six different receivers for 309 yards, three touchdowns, and...

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