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Reggie Wayne - 106 of 194, 1355 yards

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Unless I'm reading the stat page incorrcetly...

1,355 is the exact same yard total he had in 2010 with Peyton.

Can that be right?>??

Amazing

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Glad he is a Colt, he is a lifetime Colt to me!!!

 

I still have the picture I took with him outside St. Elmo's Steakhouse running into him while returning from the SB village. Will always cherish it!!! :)

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Add another log to the fire of 2012's unexpected results.

The fire rises!

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Signing Reggie was the biggest off season signing off the year. Well besides the Broncos signing Peyton. I couldn't believe it when Reggie signed. I was going to order a Reggie Jersey, but figured he'd be gone so I got a Collie jersey instead. Which might have been a good thing because the last 2 new jerseys I got the player(Clark in 08 or 09 and Collie this year) ended up getting hurt that year. Also got a Sanders jersey, but he was hurt already so I can't be blamed for that.

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Signing Reggie was the biggest off season signing off the year. Well besides the Broncos signing Peyton. I couldn't believe it when Reggie signed. I was going to order a Reggie Jersey, but figured he'd be gone so I got a Collie jersey instead. Which might have been a good thing because the last 2 new jerseys I got the player(Clark in 08 or 09 and Collie this year) ended up getting hurt that year. Also got a Sanders jersey, but he was hurt already so I can't be blamed for that.

NO LUCK JERSEYS FOR YOU!!!

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A player from the "U" displaying the ultimate "We".

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A friend of mine was so upset when we re-signed Wayne and let Edge walk. Hindsight is 20/20 :)

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A friend of mine was so upset when we re-signed Wayne and let Edge walk. Hindsight is 20/20 :)

That's why fans don't run teams no disrespect to your friend intended.  Edge is a running back which is easier to replace the miles were racking up on Edge very quickly.  Wayne was just coming into this prime.  I thought that was one of the easier decisions Polian ever had to make. 

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That's why fans don't run teams no disrespect to your friend intended.  Edge is a running back which is easier to replace the miles were racking up on Edge very quickly.  Wayne was just coming into this prime.  I thought that was one of the easier decisions Polian ever had to make. 

I agree. It was a simple decision to me at the time, too. My friend can be a bit of a maroon.

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So proud of what Reggie has brought to this Colts team in leadership and gameplay.

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So proud of what Reggie has brought to this Colts team in leadership and gameplay.

ditto

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He was great, up until week 10. 

 

I don't know why but somewhere around that time his production just fell off a cliff. His numbers from a 3 week stretch from weeks 14-16 were worse than his numbers in the Green Bay game. I hope I'm wrong, but I think he's slowing down, and Luck force-feeding him the ball will stop being as effective as it was early on in the year.

 

I'd look for us to sign someone like Greg Jennings or Dwayne Bowe in the offseason (if Avery isn't resigned)

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No tweez he's not slowing down its just that he is getting double covered and bracketed a lot and luck isn't forcing it in there like he was early in the season....he's speading the ball around more

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I've seen most of the games a couple times over, and I don't see what teams are doing that they weren't earlier in the year. 

 

It was obvious that the superhuman production wasn't going to continue from early in the year (Nobody's topping Marvin's 143) but Reggie's numbers shouldn't have declined that steeply. 

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He was great, up until week 10. 

 

I don't know why but somewhere around that time his production just fell off a cliff. His numbers from a 3 week stretch from weeks 14-16 were worse than his numbers in the Green Bay game. I hope I'm wrong, but I think he's slowing down, and Luck force-feeding him the ball will stop being as effective as it was early on in the year.

 

I'd look for us to sign someone like Greg Jennings or Dwayne Bowe in the offseason (if Avery isn't resigned)

I think we ran into good defensive teams like Houston ......

Luck isnt getting that much time to throw....so Reggie isnt getting that much time to get open

Plus Houston double -teamed him some..like C-mac said/.. WE didnt play Houston all year

Watch this week....I think we can block Baltimore's front..and Reggie will get chances..

But the top QBs throw to who's open...remember the day Peyton only threw two to Reggie when D. Revis was on him...?

Remember how everybody said reggie was washed up that day?

That was 2 years ago..

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