The Indianapolis Colts had a mid-season collapse, at one point having a record of 6-6 on the year.
Well in Colts fashion, they came back to win their last four games and win the AFC South, with a record of 10-6, over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Peyton Manning leads the Colts red-hot offense once again this season. He has passed for 4700 yards, 33 touchdowns and 17 interceptions, with 11 of those coming in a three game stretch. Manning is back on his game after losing his confidence in the middle of the season.
The Colts have a running game that was a bit odd this season.
They didn't have one main back that did the rushing, but now with all three backs healthy, it could mean trouble for opponents. Joseph Addai is back with fresh legs for the playoffs which could give the Colts a spark.
In the receiving game, Peyton Manning's favorite target has been Reggie Wayne who has had 111 receptions for 1,355 yards and six touchdowns on the season. Wayne is the go-to guy for big catches now that tight end Dallas Clark is out for the season.
Indianapolis' defense has been decent this season as well. They have only allowed 340 yards from opposing offenses on the season and have been great at stopping the run as of late; stifling Chris Johnson and Maurice Jones-Drew.
Not to mention the Colts are led by Dwight Freeney who is one of the most devastating defensive ends in the league and causes offensive linemen headaches.
The Colts are on a big time roll right now and are heading full steam into the playoffs, it will be tough for the Jets to stop them.