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Byline: John Delong
The Indianapolis Colts are the defending Super Bowl champions, and they have been one of the NFL's marquee attractions for several years.
The league isn't doing the Colts any favors this week, though.
The Colts are the victims of a scheduling quirk that could work against them on Sunday when they play the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium.
The Colts improved their record to 6-0 with a 29-7 victory at Jacksonville on Monday night. Now they have to hit the road again, flying into Charlotte today after what is commonly referred to in the NFL as a "short week" practice routine.
On top of that, they're scheduled against a Carolina team …