NFL Power Rankings: Top Ten After Week Four

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Sep 29, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (12) scrambles as he is pursued by Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Alan Ball (23) in the second quarter of their game at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

6. Indianapolis Colts (3-1):

Another week, another win for the Indianapolis Colts, as they continue to make strides in the AFC South division. I’ll be honest, off all the AFC playoff teams, I thought that the Colts would be the one to regress and miss the playoffs this year, because of some questionable free agent pickups, and holes on their team. But right now none of that seems to be a problem, and even though this was against the lowly Jaguars, a blowout is still a blowout. Andrew Luck was his usual self, playing pretty well throwing for over 250 yards and a touchdown with a pick. Trent Richardson notched another touchdown with his new team, although he really struggled to get meaningful yards for the entire game. The story was the defense, who sacked poor Blaine Gabbert four times and picked him off three times as well. Things are really pointing upwards for the Colts, and in a division where the Texans can’t buy a win, and Titans just lost their starting quarterback for most of the season, expect the Colts to keep rolling with confidence.