Tony Dungy: Confidence will carry Colts to Super Bowl

In this Jan. 12, 2009, file photo, Indianapolis Colts NFL football coach Tony Dungy speaks after the announcement that he will retire, in Indianapolis. Former Colts coach Dungy wonders about the process used by the Washington Redskins, who interviewed assistant coach Jerry Gray for the head coaching position last month even though Jim Zorn still held the job. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy,file)

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (WISH) – Former Colts coach Tony Dungy predicted Indianapolis will defeat the Patriots and go to Super Bowl XLIX.

Dungy talked about the AFC Championship with WISH-TV Sports Director Anthony Calhoun.

Dungy said, “It’s a case of confidence. They’ve got the right formula. I think you can throw the football on the Patriots. I think you can come up with some takeaways but it takes confidence and that’s what the Colts got by going to Denver last week and beating the Denver Broncos last week in a playoff game.”

If the game is close in the fourth quarter, Dungy believes Andrew Luck will make enough plays to get the Colts a win.

Watch the entire interview with Tony Dungy in the video player above.

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