Indianapolis Colts (7-0)
What they’ve done well: The obvious and correct answer is Peyton Manning, who is a remarkable passer, quarterback and leader. The team has rolled to four straight road victories and has won 16 consecutive regular-season games. Rookie coach Jim Caldwell is the first coach in the modern era to win his first seven games. But the most shocking area of success has been the play of the Colts' defense. Indianapolis is the No. 1 team in the league in points allowed, averaging 13.0 ppg.
Needs improvement: The Colts really have no major weaknesses, but they are average against the run, giving up 112.0 yards per game and ranking 17th in the league. The Colts would also like to be more physical around the ball. They have forced seven fumbles, ranking 13th overall.
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