This is exactly the point. It's not that we have won 2 meaningless games, it's how the entire team has looked doing it.
Execution has been pretty darned good all over the field; we seem to have more depth at all positions than this organization has had in a very long time. We have seen fewer mistakes and fewer of the meathead variety, like some numb-nut wideout lining up Offside or an unnecessary false start. That comes down to coaching and discipline.
I would suggest our talent level, overall, is greater than Indy's, even if Luck didn't play.
And then you have Allen's performance last night and his success with Beasley. They looked like Brady and Edelman. Controlled, measured, nothing too greedy, and just steadily moving straight down the field.
People will laugh, but we have almost felt like a team made in the New England mold. Solid depth all over the field, a super high probability, controlled passing game, great execution, and no dumb mistakes.
If you can do those things on a very consistent basis in this league, you will win a lot of games.