Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Dolphins look to change Colts' Luck at home


Andrew Luck has made a habit of winning at Lucas Oil Stadium. This week, the Miami Dolphins look to change his fortunes.

The Dolphins travel to Indianapolis Sunday, a place the second-year quarterback Luck boasts a stellar 8-1 record since taking over as the team's starting signal-caller last year.

Indianapolis has won its last seven home games, including a 23-20 victory over Miami Week 9 of last season.

“They play well at home, there’s no question about that,” Dolphins coach Joe Philbin told The Finsiders this week. ”They’ve found ways to win games last year. They were in a lot of close games a year ago and they found ways to win them and it’s apparent it’s continued so far this year.”

The Colts are coming off a home win over the Oakland Raiders that saw Luck cap off a comeback-winning drive with a rushing score with under six minutes to go.

Meanwhile, the Dolphins defeated the Browns in Cleveland. The Dolphins are away from home for three of their first four games.

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