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The Colts have missed the playoffs in four of the past five years. They were the sixth seed before dropping down and out to eighth after a 28-24 road loss at Pittsburgh on Sunday. The setback couldn’t have been more frustrating, considering the Colts led 24-7 in the third quarter.
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Since 1978, just two 11-5 teams have missed the playoffs. And the Colts are expected to get to that record as two-touchdown favorites against the Jaguars (1-14), who have the NFL’s worst record.
But the “help” part of the equation sure seems shaky at best.
The third-seeded Steelers (12-3) won’t play quarterback Ben Roethlisberger at Cleveland, where the Browns (10-5) must win to clinch a spot. Because of that, perhaps the second-seeded Buffalo Bills (12-3) rest starters at home against the Miami Dolphins (10-5), who like the Baltimore Ravens and Titans must win to advance to the postseason.
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A Titans loss coupled with a Colts win would give the Colts the AFC South Division title and a first-round home playoff game. In Houston, quarterback Deshaun Watson says he intends to play against the Titans although the Texans (4-11) are suiting up for nothing but pride and just lost at home to the Bengals. The Titans are touchdown favorites in the Lone Star State.
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The Ravens are at the Bengals (4-10-1) at 1 p.m. The Browns-Steelers and Bills-Dolphins games are also at 1 p.m.
Colts head coach Frank Reich (right), shown talking to linebacker Bobby Okereke at Las Vegas, has discussed with GM Chris Ballard whether to show other NFL scores on Sunday.
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Colts head coach Frank Reich said on Monday that he’s discussed with general manager Chris Ballard whether the Lucas Oil Stadium video boards will show the scores of other games. He didn’t say what they decided.
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Colts second-year linebacker Bobby Okereke is with Hines. He says he doesn’t want to know.
“Honestly, I’ll be locked into the game,” he said.
But Okereke expects teammates will be talking on the sidelines about the outcomes of the early games.
“I probably won’t pay too much attention,” he said. “I’ll probably hear about it, then try to not let it affect me too much.”
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INDIANAPOLIS — By the time their game against Jacksonville kicks off Sunday at 4:25 p.m., the Indianapolis Colts (10-5) are going to know exactly where their playoff hopes stand. Well, a lot of them anyway.
Running back Nyheim Hines said, “I pray I don’t (know),” if the Browns (10-5), Ravens (10-5) or Dolphins (10-5) lost in the opening slate of games — any of one which would open up a Wild Card spot for the Colts, with a win over the Jaguars (1-14).
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“We can look at those games when (ours is) over,” Hines said. “It’s going to be over when our game starts, so hopefully we don’t see much of it, but those things don’t really matter because if all those teams lose and if we lose, we’re not going to make the playoffs. We need to focus on ourselves before we worry about anybody else.”
Will Frank Reich and the Colts be scoreboard watching on Sunday?
Hines is, of course, correct. If the Colts don’t win Sunday, how the Browns, Ravens and Dolphins fare won’t matter. The same goes for Tennessee, which plays against Houston at the same time the Colts take on Jacksonville. A Titans (10-5) loss opens up the possibility for the Colts to win the AFC South. But for that to happen, the Colts must take care of business against the lowly Jaguars — something they failed to do in Week 1.
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Like Hines, veteran defensive end Justin Houston has no interest in knowing the outcome of any of those games.
“I have a job to do and that’s playing against the Jags,” he said. “I can’t focus on anything else. If you do focus on anything else, it will become a distraction from what you really have to do. I can’t let that be a distraction.”