12/1 - Adam Vinatieri could have won the game himself, scoring 15 of the Colts' 22 points to lead Indy in the 22-14 win over the Titans. Lucas Oil Stadium saw their long-time kicker hit field goals from 47, 48, 45, 37 and 49 yards without missing one in the process. The Colts led 12-7 at the half, but a Chris Johnson TD gave the lead back to Tennessee in the third quarter. It was close late, but a Donald Brown 4-yard TD run put the Colts up by 8 and sealed the game.
11/24 - The Colts are reeling after a beatdown from the Arizona Cardinals, who on 40-11 in Glendale on Sunday. The Cards had 27 first downs to Indianpolis' 15, and allowed only 239 total yards from the Colts. No Colts player had over seven rushes, as they were playing from behind for much of the game. Colby Fleener was the only receiver with any luck, as the tight end caught four passes for 55 yards and a late touchdown. The loss moves Indy to 7-4 on the season but they will remain in first place.
11/17 - The Colts went down 14-0 and it started to look like a repeat of the beating they got from the Rams, but Luck and Donald Brown quickly turned it all around to win 30-27 and stay in from in the AFC South. Brown scored two touchdowns on the ground and Luck had another, leading the Colts back to cement the win and the 7-3 record.
11/10 - It was a shocking result in Indianapolis when the Rams came in and took it to the Colts 38-8. It quickly became the Tavon Austin show after the Rams were already up 14-0, with the speedster returning a punt 98 yards for a TD, and then scoring on 57-yard and 81-yard TD passes. The Rams were up 38-0 before Luck was able to find Donald Brown to keep the Rams from getting the shutout. Indianapolis led the game in yards and first downs, but four interceptions did them in.