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I'm hoping we can end this game in the first half.

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it be nice to jump out to a 35 to 0 lead then just run out the clock in the second half. We need to get through this game without someone else getting hurt and get our injured people back for the patriots game.

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That would be fantastic. Any of the Colts fans would love to see that.

Don't see it happening with our injuries to the secondary and with Gabbert and the receivers "airing it out"

I expect a shootout.

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Would love a completely dominate game on both sides of the ball this year. Create some turnovers score every possession etc.

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Tark is right...our secondary is crippled....and Robert Mathis is questionable...

They can throw on us...

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I'm hoping that we get a lead in this game as well. These late game dramatics are starting to give me health issues.

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Up intil now, Gabbert has only had one game where he threw the ball over 30 times and had 300+ yards. I hope that tonight will not be the second.

I want a dominant performance by the Colts tonight. Why not go out and completely destroy this team? We definitley have the firepower. We should also be able to run the ball against the Jaguars, and without MJD, we should be able to handle their offense. I say that we go out there (an not overlook this team) but look to completey humiliate them.

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I hope so too as due to the time difference this is going to be a early morning watch for me and with working I can't see me staying up for the whole game.

Go :blueshoe: !

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I hope so too as due to the time difference this is going to be a early morning watch for me and with working I can't see me staying up for the whole game.

Go :blueshoe: !

I'll be at work but set the tv to record hopefully it won't be recording a loss lol

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Up intil now, Gabbert has only had one game where he threw the ball over 30 times and had 300+ yards. I hope that tonight will not be the second.

I want a dominant performance by the Colts tonight. Why not go out and completely destroy this team? We definitley have the firepower. We should also be able to run the ball against the Jaguars, and without MJD, we should be able to handle their offense. I say that we go out there (an not overlook this team) but look to completey humiliate them.

at 100%..we could do that... but check that injury report....

we might be without as many as seven starters

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Stephen we hit a couple long plays but this is a long drive, time consuming team. Fewer possessions, less chance for high scores.

And our D is so so at best. Hard to break away and feel comfortable with a team like that. But it would be nice. :yay:

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Would be nice but since we have yet to win a game by more than one score and our largest margin of victory is six points from a game that went into overtime and we have already lost to this team at home I am not counting on it.

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unfortinately i do not see it happening. even when healthy i dont see it happening. give them another couple off seasons and maybe it can happen. but there is a reason why these are division rivalry games, their suppose to be close and good games.

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Would be nice but since we have yet to win a game by more than one score and our largest margin of victory is six points from a game that went into overtime and we have already lost to this team at home I am not counting on it.

another good point

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This is gonna be a 4 quarter game probably, Blackmon hasn't had the impact for the Jags that they were hoping for and certainly not what you would want out of a #1 wr but we have been playing without a Secondary all year. Something has to give tonight and if I am a betting man and I had to choose Blackmon and Gabbert or our Secondary then I will take Blackmon and Gabbert, but Andrew Luck, Reggie Wayne, Donnie Avery, Colts find a way to win

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It will be a close game with tight and not so high scores.

If we limit them to 20 or less, we can win.

I don't expect shootout or so...We have serious losses on D, and Luck's protection is also questionable today.

Everybody, get ready Your defibrillators! You will have a good use of it at times! Heart-attack game again...

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it be nice to jump out to a 35 to 0 lead then just run out the clock in the second half. We need to get through this game without someone else getting hurt and get our injured people back for the patriots game.

That would make for a boring game but I think we can win by 17 points.

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