Indianapolis up seven slots.
The Colts' offensive line had a dominant performance during last week's win over Dallas. Third-year center Ryan Kelly returned to the starting lineup after spending a month nursing an MCL sprain (knee). Kelly looked completely healthy and was part of a line which again kept quarterback Andrew Luck clean, allowing zero sacks. Kelly is playing at a Pro Bowl level, despite his recent fan voting snub in favor of the Pouncey brothers. Swing tackle Joe Haeg got the start at right guard in place of Mark Glowinski, who has an ankle injury. Haeg looked good and may have made a case to keep the job after Glowinski heals. This line looks strong heading into the final two games of the regular season, and they carry a top-10 grade in the latest rankings.
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