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Pagano and Grigson Have Driven Andrew Luck and the Colts into the Ground

Like any accident that slows traffic, it's impossible not to look at what the Colts could have been and wonder where it all went wrong. If you look hard, though, the answers are clear. Chuck Pagano and Ryan Grigson were the spoiled teenagers who were handed the keys to a custom hot rod on their birthdays five years ago. They took the hot rod for granted. They drove fast and didn't worry about tomorrow.
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