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who will finish with more passing tds

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Depends on the amount of home games Russel has, since that's the only place he can operate anything close to efficiently.

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Depends on the amount of home games Russel has, since that's the only place he can operate anything close to efficiently.

Luck.

LOL, since he can have only 8!!! :)

But if our running game improves, maybe Ballard and Brown will eat into the TD count.

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Wilson. Not because I think he's actually better than Luck though. Mostly because his supporting cast is pretty solid. Dont get me wrong though Wilson is playing really well right now too.

I just dont think the Colts have the deep threat, outside of maybe Hilton.

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Strictly passing tds

I would say Wilson most likely then. Andrew is highly effective running the ball in the redzone, so I would say total TDs for Mr. Luck, Russell will do his most damage in the air.

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Wilson's interceptions also count as TDs.

So, Wilson.

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Wilson. Not because I think he's actually better than Luck though. Mostly because his supporting cast is pretty solid. Dont get me wrong though Wilson is playing really well right now too.

I just dont think the Colts have the deep threat, outside of maybe Hilton.

Sometimes I wonder if I'm watching the same games... Sure seems to me the Colts have been using Avery as the deep threat almost every game... And it's been starting to work.

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Sometimes I wonder if I'm watching the same games... Sure seems to me the Colts have been using Avery as the deep threat almost every game... And it's been starting to work.

True. I think Hilton will be amazing to watch these next few years, him growing and stuff. Someone please remind me of that guy who used to play for us. He was good at returning kicks and was a wr, too. I wanna say Terrence Wilkins? Something like that. Hilton reminds me of him.

And I think the passing TDS are still up for grabs. Luck will probably throw 3 or 4 this weekend. Wilson is suprisingly good, though. Seattle hit the jackpot on what I think will be their career quarterback (10 plus years).

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I would like to see Andrew just get to 20 TD. That said, he will need to start being more efficient inside the 20 if he is going to get there. I think he'll have his chances.... I think he has a 3 TD game this sunday.

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Luck.

Wilson has one of the best running backs in the league in Marshawn Lynch.

He will eat up more TDs than our Ballard & Brown combo.

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i have a better question, who will finish with more wins.

and who will still be playing in the 18th week

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