Colts coach Chuck Pagano returned home to Indianapolis in a good mood.
A 31-26 win Sunday on the road over the Green Bay Packers should do wonders for his team's confidence going into a bye week.
Jordan Todman had a 99-yard return for a touchdown on the opening kickoff, Frank Gore rushed for two touchdowns and Andrew Luck shook off two interceptions in the first quarter with two clutch third-down throws in the fourth quarter to hold off the Packers.
This was about as close as a must-win game as it could get at midseason for Indianapolis (4-5).
"Everybody knew exactly where we were and what the stakes were. It's a whole different world today, right now....