Best record and homefield advantage will go down to the last game, or close to it. These teams will meet in the AFCC, which still looks like the 'true' SB. Advantages/Disadvantages -Colts have the head to head game at home. -Colts have beaten us in recent matchups -Hard to say which offense is better. Pats are clearly better on D. -The Colts seem to me to be more susceptible to being upset. Especially since their division plays them tough and our divsion is horrendous. -We play a tougher schedule from here out. -Neither teams seem to hurt much by injuries. I think the Pats have more depth, but Indy seems to plug holes better today than ever. My prediction is that the head to head game will be decided by the offensive lines. Both offenses are scoring almost at will. Both offenses will need to run effectively to be at their best in this game. Both offenses would be stopped best by pressure on the QB. The OL that protects the QB best, and blocks best in the running game will win. (OF COURSE THEY ARE BLOCKING AGAINST DIFFERENT DEFENSES, SO THE PLAY OF DEFENSE IS EQUALLY IMPORTANT) I think the head-to-head will ultimately decide home field advantage. I think either team could win the AFCC on the road against the other but it will be very difficult to. I think who wins the reg season game will have zero impact on the AFCC except for whether it determines home field. I think, other than the QB, both teams will survive any injuries they have and meet in the AFCC.