AFC Power Rankings: Patriots lead the way into Week 5

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2-2. Indianapolis Colts. 6. player. 46. <p>Thanks to Jason Myers’ inability to kick a football straight, the Colts find themselves atop their division with a 2-2 record and without their starting quarterback. Picking up the slack in Andrew Luck’s absence was 1998 draft pick Matt Hasselbeck, who turned heads with a stat line of 282 yards and an outstanding touchdown pass on 30-of-47 passing.</p> <p>Apparently, Frank Gore didn’t bring his good gloves to Indianapolis this offseason, as he committed his second red zone fumble of the season in Week 4. Avoidable turnovers continue to drag this Colts team, and they had better stop doing that if they are going to beat the Pats in Week 6.</p> <p>For now, the Colts reside at No. 6 in these AFC power rankings because they are division leaders and don’t have more losses than wins.</p>. AFC South

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