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Luck and Brees share a record!

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They are now tied for most interceptions in the league.

:luv:

Bogie is gonna love this one.

See we knew Luck was on his way to a HOF career. He is trying to be just like Drew Brees. :heart:

Brees has a chance to jump ahead of Luck too with more time left in this game.

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They are now tied for most interceptions in the league.

:luv:

Bogie is gonna love this one.

See we knew Luck was on his way to a HOF career. He is trying to be just like Drew Brees. :heart:

Brees has a chance to jump ahead of Luck too with more time left in this game.

Was just pondering if I should make a thread about this lol.

Edit: Also if the refs could do their jobs, Brees would be all alone with the ints haha

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Was just pondering if I should make a thread about this lol.

With over 10 minutes left lets see if Brees can pass Luck. :luv:

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"When Luck throws an interception he is simply trying to make a big play for his team. He is having so much fun out there as a rookie. Just like a kid playing on a Sunday in his backyard."

-John Madden

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As horrible as Brees has been playing the last 3 games, maybe Luck will pass him.

Well we do have two games vs. the Texans left which doesn't help the case.

I am just having fun btw. I like Brees and Love Andrew. He's a rookie and will clean up the picks with experience and better o line play......

But, we are 9-4. I'll take it. He comes through in the clutch at least.

Sorry about the Saints Bogie but maybe this will "shut" them up about the playoffs. It's not meant to be this year. Just hope Payton returns.

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I think Luck eventually surpasses Brees as a 3rd down QB. The worst thing is, the Colts don't even have their coach and they are winning, we don't have Payton but it's no excuse really. I'm not going to make excuses for this team anymore. 3 games in a row, back to back to back poundings.

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I think Luck eventually surpasses Brees as a 3rd down QB. The worst thing is, the Colts don't even have their coach and they are winning, we don't have Payton but it's no excuse really. I'm not going to make excuses for this team anymore. 3 games in a row, back to back to back poundings.

The Colts are wild boys.

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Jules, you may not have to be too worried about the Texan games, as their secondary is very, very injured right now.

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who win without their head coach.

With a rookie QB and a complete overhaul in the offseason.

And we may get Pagano back for the last game. So does this mean we might actually have two head coaches by years end? OOoooOOOooo.

This Colts team gives me the warm fuzzies all over.

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Jules, you may not have to be too worried about the Texan games, as their secondary is very, very injured right now.

At Houston is another "house money" game for us to be honest injuries or not. But, I know Pats fans are gonna be rooting for us in one or two games coming up just like we are rooting for you tomorrow night!!

Colts and Pats fans unite. :shake:

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Brees and Luck tied on interceptions and one is what 5-8 and the other 9-4? That's amazing.

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Brees and Luck tied on interceptions and one is what 5-8 and the other 9-4? That's amazing.

And one has 31 TDs and the other has 17 TDs. That also is amazing.

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And one has 31 TDs and the other has 17 TDs. That also is amazing.

Yeah I know lol couldn't be more disappointed in this Saints team. No more excuses, this Colts team don't have their head coach and they're in the race for the division.

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One today was on a OBVIOUSLY bad call and the other was on a hail mary when most teams would have taken a kneel so they are a little misleading this week.

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Jules, you may not have to be too worried about the Texan games, as their secondary is very, very injured right now.

We weren't supposed to worry about the Pats' secondary either, remember? And that worked out so well for us.

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We weren't supposed to worry about the Pats' secondary either, remember? And that worked out so well for us.

^^ This lol.

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