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Before the season I knew we would win 5 or more games, Idk why people are TOO surprised. After we beat the dolphins, analysts have been saying we could make the playoffs which we definetly could. We can beat any team remaining on our schedule, it just depends who plays better obviously. The colts have been playing emotional football with chuck in the hospital, if they keep playing with chuck in their hearts and minds then we can do anything. Jaguars,chiefs,titans,bills SHOULD BE AUTOMATIC. But we all know after games against the jets,jaguars, and packers, as well as other upsets around the league this year, ANYTHING can happen, any team can beat any team regardless of who is playing. If the colts can beat the patriots and lions then I believe we will make the playoffs, plain and simple. Let's hope the injuries keep to a minimum :(

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Lions maybe but the Pats I doubt it. Fun fact though Brady has a loosing record against rookie qbs.

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Lions maybe but the Pats I doubt it. Fun fact though Brady has a loosing record against rookie qbs.

hence why luck will beat him

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I dont' ever feel that any game is automatic...especially now with the parity in the league. I am guessing that many Packers thought their game against us was automatic........

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Before the season I knew we would win 5 or more games, Idk why people are TOO surprised. After we beat the dolphins, analysts have been saying we could make the playoffs which we definetly could. We can beat any team remaining on our schedule, it just depends who plays better obviously. The colts have been playing emotional football with chuck in the hospital, if they keep playing with chuck in their hearts and minds then we can do anything. Jaguars,chiefs,titans,bills SHOULD BE AUTOMATIC. But we all know after games against the jets,jaguars, and packers, as well as other upsets around the league this year, ANYTHING can happen, any team can beat any team regardless of who is playing. If the colts can beat the patriots and lions then I believe we will make the playoffs, plain and simple. Let's hope the injuries keep to a minimum :(

Before the season I "saw" 4-6 wins. Everyone is so surprised having 5 wins because it is midseason. We shouldn't dream about playoffs yet. Colts have already written their names into NFL's history book with big letters. Win next game, then the next...and the next...

This is a rookie team.

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What ever happened to the mentality..... "Don't count your chickens before they're hatched", "Don't put the cart in front of the horse" and "The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry"?

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No game is ever automatic.

We lost to the Jags and beat the Packers. Anything can happen.

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No game is ever automatic.

We lost to the Jags and beat the Packers. Anything can happen.

And it did. :headspin:

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