3. Indianapolis Colts

<b>Record:</b> 8-4, first place in AFC South<br>
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<b>Remaining schedule:</b> at Cincinnati Bengals (Dec. 8), vs. Houston Texans (Dec. 15), at Kansas City Chiefs (Dec. 22), vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (Dec. 29)<br>
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<b>Skinny:</b> Quarterback Andrew Luck has had a difficult adjustment to the loss of wide receiver Reggie Wayne to a season-ending knee injury. And the Colts shook up their lineup Sunday during a win over the Tennessee Titans, benching running back Trent Richardson and replacing him with Donald Brown. The Colts outrank the Bengals (8-4) thanks to a superior conference record (6-2 to the Bengals' 6-3). So their upcoming game at Paul Brown Stadium is important. If the season ended today, the third-seeded Colts would host the sixth-seeded Ravens in the opening round of the playoffs.<br>
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( Gregory Shamus, Getty Images / December 1, 2013 )

Record: 8-4, first place in AFC South

Remaining schedule: at Cincinnati Bengals (Dec. 8), vs. Houston Texans (Dec. 15), at Kansas City Chiefs (Dec. 22), vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (Dec. 29)

Skinny: Quarterback Andrew Luck has had a difficult adjustment to the loss of wide receiver Reggie Wayne to a season-ending knee injury. And the Colts shook up their lineup Sunday during a win over the Tennessee Titans, benching running back Trent Richardson and replacing him with Donald Brown. The Colts outrank the Bengals (8-4) thanks to a superior conference record (6-2 to the Bengals' 6-3). So their upcoming game at Paul Brown Stadium is important. If the season ended today, the third-seeded Colts would host the sixth-seeded Ravens in the opening round of the playoffs.

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