Indianapolis Colts: Darrelle Revis

INDIANAPOLIS -- The video has been watched. It's been watched numerous of times, actually. Quarterback Andrew Luck has watched the film of the Indianapolis Colts' playoff loss to the New England Patriots too many times to count.

Nothing changed. The Patriots won the game 43-22 every time and Luck still threw four interceptions.

"It is good motivation because they obviously beat us and were the better team," Luck said. "But there are also mistakes that eat you up, but you sometimes have to take the emotion out of it. We look at this with a cold, hard analytical mindset and say this is the learning experience. Take the emotion out of it. You look at the mistakes and say, why. We watch every play from last season multiple times and we review regular third down and red zone and everything."

New England has been a nemesis of Luck during his first two seasons. He's 0-2 and has thrown seven interceptions against the Patriots.

Luck will get another shot to beat the Patriots when New England visits Lucas Oil Stadium on Nov. 16. He'll be facing one of the top cornerback duos in the league in that game in Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner.

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INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts have said a number of times that they know about the moves other teams in the NFL have made during free agency. They also noted that they're not letting other team's moves dictate what they do.

“Everybody's going to approach free agency and try to better their teams however they feel necessary,” coach Colts coach Chuck Pagano said. “We really focus on what we have to do to get better. We're not really concerned. We keep an eye on things, certainly in your own conference. But our focus is on us trying to make ourselves better.”

Denver and New England have been two of the most talked about teams when it comes to free-agent moves. But the Broncos and Patriots aren't the only two opponents the Colts face in 2014 that have been active in free agency. Washington and Baltimore have been active, too, with the addition of receivers DeSean Jackson and Steve Smith, respectively.

Here's a look at each of the Colts' 2014 opponents and the free agents they've signed that were with other teams last season with at least a ‘C' grade by Bill Polian in his FA tracker.

New England

Key additions: CB Darrelle Revis, CB Brandon Browner, WR Brandon LaFell

Denver

Key additions: CB Aqib Talib, S T.J. Ward, C Will Montgomery, DE DeMarcus Ware, WR Emmanuel Sanders

Pittsburgh

Key additions: S Mike Mitchell, RB LeGarrette Blount, WR Darrius Heyward-Bey, LB Arthur Moats

Baltimore

Key additions: WR Steve Smith, TE Owen Daniels

Cleveland

Key additions: S Donte Whitner, WR Nate Burleson, LB Karlos Dansby, TE Jim Dray, G Paul McQuistan, RB Ben Tate

Cincinnati

Key additions: S Danieal Manning, OT Marshall Newhouse

Dallas

Key additions: None

New York Giants

Key additions: OT Charles Brown, RB Rashad Jennings, CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, CB Walter Thurmond, DE Robert Ayers, TE Kellen Davis, G John Jerry, OL Geoff Schwartz

Washington

Key additions: DT Jason Hatcher, WR DeSean Jackson, DE Clifton Geathers, LB Adam Hayward, LB Akeem Jordan, WR Andre Roberts, LB Darryl Sharpton

Philadelphia

Key additions: OT Andrew Gardner

Jacksonville

Key additions: DE Red Bryant, DE Chris Clemons, RB Toby Gerhart, DE Ziggy Hood

Houston

Key additions: S Chris Clemons, RB Andre Brown, S Kendrick Lewis

Tennessee

Key additions: WR Dexter McCluster, OT Michael Oher, DE Al Woods, LB Wesley Woodyard

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