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Colts look to win 5 straight for first time since last Super Bowl

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After a Week 5 loss to the Patriots and a tie with the Panthers in Week 6, a loss to the Colts would mean the Bengals don't get a win for more than a month.

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When the Indianapolis Colts face the Cincinnati Bengals, they'll be looking to accomplish something they've not done since their last Super Bowl appearance.

Under head coach Chuck Pagano, Indy has never won five straight games, it has been since the 2009 NFL season, the last time they went to the Super Bowl.

After wins over the Jaguars, Titans, Ravens and Texans, the Colts will look for win No. 5 when the Bengals come to town in Week 7 for a clash between division leaders.

As for the Bengals, they'll need a win this week to avoid going three straight games without a win for the first time since 2012, when they went on a 4-game losing streak in the middle of the season.

After a Week 5 loss to the Patriots and a tie with the Panthers in Week 6, a loss to the Colts would mean the Bengals don't get a win for over a month with their last win coming September 21 vs. the Titans, and the next possible win wouldn't come until October 26 vs. the Baltimore Ravens.