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8 Victories-Can you believe it

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Can you now believe the Colts are now 8-4

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lol cant believe it still got a rush of the win t.y got another 100 yard game going to be a beats player in future this makes it so muxh easier to get into the playoffs now

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I am still amazed !!! Everyone was counting us out, just goes to show NEVER give up on the Colts !!!!!!!!!

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Of course I believe it. I predicted 8 wins in April. Thing is, we still have 4 games to go!!!

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I can believe in the 8 victories.

I can't believe this win.

Call it the Motor City Miracle.

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No back to back losing season now, this wasn't a game many, including some of us here expected to win, me included.

This is huge in the wildcard race.

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My God I love this team! They refuse to give up! 8 wins! GO COLTS!

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Like Ive said the keyword with this team is believe! That just what they do.

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I made a bet with a friend before the season and I have lost i big time :-)

The Bet.

How many games will the colts win this season?

My guess: 5 max

Friend. They make the playoffs and win at least 8 games.

Now I owe him 2 boxes of beer and I have to wear a Patriots shirt if the colts meet them in the playoffs. Which is not funny.

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I thought that the Colts would get only seven wins this season, but I was proven wrong today. I was on the edge of my seat during this game. In my opinion the best comeback win this season.

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I predicted 10-6. Two more to go. Amazing what good coaching,heart and determination and enough talent can do isnt it! GO Colts!

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It does help that Luck specialises in throwing "clutchdowns" to win games :)

If we do make post season that mental toughness could be very valuable.

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Can you now believe the Colts are now 8-4

Yes I can. Especially since I predicted 12/4 and then defected to 11-5 pre-season :)

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Shocked. Props though, let's see how the rest of the season fares.

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