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I'd say luck 32/41 329 yds 2 tds 0 ints 38 yds rushing then Ballard 18 rushes for 52 yds brown 12 rushes for 59 yds colts win 24 jags13 carter 1 rushing td for 2 yds

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Luck 26/37 294 yards 2 Tds

Ballard 17 rushes 74 yards 1 TD

Wayne 87 yards 1 TD

Hilton 78 yards

Allen Allen 65 yards 1 TD

And then the rest...

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Stat leaders:

Luck - 24/35 302 yards 1 TD

Ballard - 16 rushes 59 yards

Wayne - 110 yards 1 TD

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I think Arians is going to want to air it out in this game

Luck 34-50 344 yards 2 touchdows 0 picks 1 rushing touchdown

Ballard 17 rushes 62 yards 1 catch 8 yards

Brown 10 rushes 72 yards 1 catch 12 yards

Avery 1 touchdown 125 yards

Wayne 85 yards 1 touchdown

Hilton 65 yards

Allen 4 catches 49 yards

Bold prediction-Our Secondary figures out what an interception is and then everyone after that pick is raving about how we dont need a Corner or Safety because of that pick, That pick will come by Darius Butler

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Did you guys know that when we win this game, and if houston loses to chicago, then we're only 1 game behind first in the division.

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Did you guys know that when we win this game, and if houston loses to chicago, then we're only 1 game behind first in the division.

I think thats very likely after this weekend, because I expect the Colts to win their game and I foresee the Bears knocking off the texans on Sunday!

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I think thats very likely after this weekend, because I expect the Colts to win their game and I foresee the Bears knocking off the texans on Sunday!

and if we some how manage to irk out a win in new england, and Houston completely self-destructs against the jags in week 11, we have the division! :rock:

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Did you guys know that when we win this game, and if houston loses to chicago, then we're only 1 game behind first in the division.

been quitely thinking that in my head... didn't want to jinx it. :goodluck:

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I think this game will be closer than we think. We will limit Jags to 20 or less points, but won't score much more...24 perhaps. Somehow I feel that ground game will be there more, just like @Titans, so Luck won't have 40+ attempts, but will have high cmpl percentage.

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and if we some how manage to irk out a win in new england, and Houston completely self-destructs against the jags in week 11, we have the division! :rock:

I was only talking about this week dimwit!

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21/38 198 yds, 0 TD, 0 INT

I Think they limit his deep passing game and he has to really be sharp on the short and intermediate

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I cant forget to press my luck.....just cause its a Thursday game..

Here we go....Jacksonville cant run without MJD so they'll be throwing..especially with both our corners back home sitting on the couch in indy...

The Colts go without Coby F and probably D. Brown.....but they were without them last Sunday, too...and that didnt mean bad Luck...

Cool and dry...50-55 degrees.....not bad at all..

Has Luck had a game under 250 yards? No?

I have a feeling we'll have to rally.........27 of 38, 373 yards, 4 TDs, 2 INTs

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