7. Indianapolis Colts
The Colts were able to extend the Cincinnati Bengals’ playoff drought, thanks to a fantastic performance from quarterback Andrew Luck. However, it will likely be the end of the road for them as they have to play the Denver Broncos on the road. The Broncos beat them in Week 1, 31-24. The score was not as close as it looked as the Broncos held a 31-10 lead in the fourth quarter before allowing two garbage-time touchdowns.
The Colts have not been proven against teams with at least 10 wins this season as they held a 2-5 record against them in the regular season. Luck has not performed particularly well against them either, as he has thrown 13 touchdowns with 10 interceptions in those games. The defense also allowed an average of nearly 30 points in those games. While the Colts are a playoff team for a reason, they are still not ready to compete with the big boys.