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INDIANAPOLIS – Michael Pittman Jr. makes it sound so simple. When chaos surrounds Indianapolis Colts quarterback Carson Wentz and the gameplan goes awry, more often than not he looks for the second-year wide receiver. The most recent example came late in the fourth quarter last week against the Jacksonville Jaguars when Wentz extended a third-down play under heavy pressure and fired a 27-yard strike to Pittman along the sideline for a crucial first down.

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INDIANAPOLIS – Glass half-full: The Indianapolis Colts have won five of their last seven games to get back to .500, and the two losses during that stretch have come in overtime against two of the AFC’s top teams.

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There’s an unwritten rule in the NFL about letting go of the previous game. Convention holds teams can perform an autopsy on the result – win or lose – for 24 hours. Then it’s time to move on to the next one.