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"We can! We will! We must!" Sounds of the Colts-Lions Game

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Awesome. I love how you get to see Grigson at the end......he makes Mathis look like a darn corner. We definitely have the biggest, baddest GM in the league. He's a pretty darn good personnel man to boot.

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Post-Game locker room was hyped!!!. I was jumping around with the team while watching this lol

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ONE TWO THREE.......CHUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (That was all this Colt fan needed to get fired up.....:) :pass: :shoe: :helmet: :throwback: :coltshelmet::coltslogo::coltshorse::coltsfb::colts: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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Love this TEAM. If last year's saying was "Suck for Luck". Could this year's be "Luck for Chuck"?

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