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2009: Rd 2, Pk 41 (NE)
Fort Lauderdale, FL
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Colts' draft class featured a speedy running back and ball-hawking safety
Colts' youth movement at cornerback will help them evaluate for the future
Colts used to success puzzled with third straight non-winning season
DeAndre Hopkins gives Texans boost with more than just catches
Best could be yet to come for QB's 'best friend' DeAndre Hopkins
Unlike 2011 Colts, this team is getting better as season winds down
Clayton Geathers to return more than a calendar year after getting injured
Colts' momentum on defense to be tested by nemesis Ben Roethlisberger
T.Y. Hilton continues his dominance over the Texans with 175 yards in Colts' victory
Not having Andrew Luck at all this season starting to sink in for Colts
Data provided by Elias Sports Bureau
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