INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts created the perfect bye week script Sunday. They again topped the 200-yard mark on the ground and and scored 30 points for the seventh time in eight games. Defensively, Indy forced forced two more turnovers, allowed 141 total yards and pitched a road shutout for the first time since December 1992. The 31-0 victory at struggling Houston also put the Colts above .500 for the second time this season, keeping them in the middle of the AFC playoff hunt. Now
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SCOREBOARD Monday, Dec. 6 New England at Buffalo, 8:15 p.m. EST. The AFC East lead is on the line when Josh Allen and the Bills host Mac Jones and the Patriots. Allen passed for four touchdowns to lead Buffalo to a 31-6 victory at New Orleans on Thanksgiving, but the Bills (7-4) have split their last six games overall. The Patriots (8-4) have won six in a row since a 35-29 overtime loss to Dallas on Oct. 17. Jones is among the front-runners for Offensive Rookie of the Year, throwing for 2,850 ya