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Posted · Hidden by Coltssouth, November 28, 2012 - Duplicate post

Turn to ESPN, otl is all about our colts

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Does ESPN post these on their web site at any time? I am at work and missed it all.

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Idk if you guys saw it or not, but of course ESPN had to have basically a luck vs rg3 debate going on through twitter during a show that was supposed to be strictly about the colts. That guy gets more publicity then the president!

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Idk if you guys saw it or not, but of course ESPN had to have basically a luck vs rg3 debate going on through twitter during a show that was supposed to be strictly about the colts. That guy gets more publicity then the president!

RG3 is a lot more mobile than Obama.

And has a lot better arm too.

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What an amazing video !!! I love Reggie, an amazing player and I am so glad he stayed with the Colts !!!

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What did he do?

If you have not seen it you should watch it. :thmup: Reggie is the man.

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RG3 is a lot more mobile than Obama.

And has a lot better arm too.

yeah but Obama has a killer sky hook!

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Wow.

I've said it a hundred times already, but really, I'm super glad Reggie stayed.

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That's why I'm a Colts fan. The organization is a family. The players are classy. Jim has done a good job of making sure the horseshoe is never disgraced. Win or lose, I've never been embarrassed to be a Colts fan. There is never anything bad coming out of Indy. Our players never seem to get into trouble. I'm just so impressed by this franchise, and thankful to have been a fan of it for the last 14 years.

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One of the best videos ever...Reggie is an awesome player and human being..great role model too...Glad he is and always will be a Colt!

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Classy guy through the and through. Not like some of the other self-absorbed

receivers that we have seen in the league. I love the fact that the

only spectacle that he makes of himself is his spectacular play

on the field.

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