NFL power rankings Week 3: comparing with Elliot Harrison

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Indianapolis Colts. 16. player. 46. <p><strong>Harrison: 17</strong></p> <p>Harrison and I both agree that the Colts are the most mediocre of mediocre teams right now. Andrew Luck is probably still icing bruises he sustained during that Monday Night Football nightmare, and Frank Gore is still probably having nightmares about that change-of-hands fumble he committed on the goal line.</p> <p>Where the Colts go from here, it’s unclear. Like the Ravens, they play each of their divisional rivals in the next three weeks, so they will likely carry a losing record into their Week 6 tilt against the Pats. When that game rolls around, I’d be surprised if the Pats fail to put up 40 points on an Indy defense that hasn’t given them any problems in recent years. I also expect the Patriots’ secondary to have just as much fun against Luck as the Jets’ defensive backs had in Week 2.</p>. AFC South. 0-2

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