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No Answers, No Turnovers on Defense

WR Reggie Wayne (Brian Spurlock/USP)

Dom Capers' defense has been a turnover-producing machine but that hasn't been the case this season. On Sunday at Indianapolis, the Packers wasted three potential takeaways on one series alone. Without turnovers, Andrew Luck and Reggie Wayne tore them to shreds.

INDIANAPOLIS – Andrew Luck looked like Peyton Manning. Reggie Wayne looked like, well, Reggie Wayne. Combined, the Indianapolis Colts' quarterback-receiver combination led the way on a stunning comeback that beat the Green Bay Packers 30-27 on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. It wasn't the biggest meltdown in Packers history. In 1952, Gene Ronzani's Packers led 28-6 through three quarters and lost... Recommended Stories

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