Undefeated Not the Main Focus of the Colts

The Tribune Star reports that the Colts are not worried about going undefeated:

The Indianapolis Colts will bring a 12-0 record and a 21-game winning streak into Sunday’s National Football League home game with the Denver Broncos and Indianapolis has already notched a sixth AFC South crown and is getting closer to clinching home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs. For the Colts, however, winning a second Super Bowl title is the ultimate goal. That’s why all the outside distractions associated with being one of the NFL’s two remaining undefeated teams have yet to affect on-field performance. “[Being 12-0] is always a good thing. I think [the winning streak] builds confidence. We’ve seen too many teams that go undefeated and toward the end [of the season] they really don’t make it [all the way to the Super Bowl title],” running back Joseph Addai said Sunday after the Colts’ 27-17 win over Tennessee. “[The winning streak] is important, but it’s really not important. The whole thing is trying to win games and do what we’re trying to do to win games. I think we [have done] what we [have had to do] to win games.”


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