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Colts @ Lions Game Day Thread

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MY favorite soccer team was 0-2 behind still won the game 3-2, so consider this as a good sign.

Luck's INTs aren't good signs.

I agree I think much of it has to do with the horrendous OL. He's running for his life every play.

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Stick to mid range stuff! What is he thinking? I am really starting to tire of these deep passes when they aren't needed!

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If you have an injury inside the two minute warning you gotta burn a timeout right?

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That was Andrew's fault, but lets be honest the Defense isn't helping him out by letting Detroit score every time they touch the dang ball.

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I would be throwing plenty of INTs myself being pressured every play fearing for my life.

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luck sucks on the road

Well he better get better because the playoff games will be on the road. :sigh:

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He really needs to work on his decisions. Those INTs are killing us...

Yeah he will probably do that AFTER first year acting in the NFL. jeez u people are ridiculous with your hate of a rookie qb!!

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luck threw an interception on similar play in ne game he stepped up and int nice play by mathis

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I hate when receivers drop their heads before a hit. Good no helmet to helmet no call.

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Can't Luck just go 1 game without an INT?

He looks so different on the road vs at home. I just do not understand the big change.

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He either overthrows or underthrows the long ball. He never did that at Stanford.

INT!!!!

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Wow!!! Colts got an INT

and we didn't fumble right after to give it back!

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If you have an injury inside the two minute warning you gotta burn a timeout right?

Unless you're the lions.

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Yeah he will probably do that AFTER first year acting in the NFL. jeez u people are ridiculous with your hate of a rookie qb!!

Did I say I hated Luck??? Think before you speak!

Who are you lol??

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Lacey is taking shots at our receivers every chance he's getting lol.

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