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Vick is a bull.  Glad he's made Ford Tough.

GO COLTS!

-d.

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I thought Houston might rest the big boys here....the 1,000 Watt Bulb is still in there....:)

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Interesting he didn't go towards JJ's side on that sneak.  haha.

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Like I said from the beginning of the season, we ALWAYs sweep the Texans, or at least win one out of the two.  Chuck Strong!

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Peyton walked on water....Reggie walks on air!  

 

It don't git no better'n this when all parts are clickin' and tickin' and playin' this well!   I am in Colts Heaven!!

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Vic Ballard, son I must apologize! You have all of my respect now

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Shipley, Allen and Link made both Ballard holes happen........Link is MUCH better at left guard that at right tackle....I know I have said that 100 times.  The game Olsen started at left guard blew me away!

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When we play like this, I honestly think we can beat anyone in the NFL

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Colts are winning this game for Pagano, themselves and giving Peyton some help... Ahahaha what a win.

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Game set and match, Texans can't beat the Colts in Indy even if its for the AFC crown lol. haha

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11-5. Baltimore here we come right back where we stole our team from... sorry guys.

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They can't stop Reggie in Indiana

Indeed, they can't stop anything in Indiana.

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Interesting he didn't go towards JJ's side on that sneak.  haha.

hes not stupid lol

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Good game Colts. Next up Baltimore. So happy for Pagano & Co. today.

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