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Can't discredit the Colts.

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How did we have the 2nd easiest schedule in the league? And if so how can we be discredited for this? The Colts were the worst team in the league last year. There for every game we played we were the underdog. Can't discredit the colts.

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I dont think many are trying to discredit the Colts especially given all our changes we went through but were playing on the road now not at home in the playoffs

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I watched a Lot of bad football this season with our bad opponents finding ways to lose.

MANY posters here were not in to BA at all. The D got steam rolled a few times and our CB play was terrible early on.

Our QB danced in the pocket like Fred Astaire finding time to throw HIS deep throws to Reggie for Many Acrobatic catches.

It was Frustrating to watch game after game, but there was one surprise finish after another.

There is a whole lot of mediocrity in the NFL, and sometimes it just goes your way.

We did play a few games when our opponent was missing key players.

Thanks to circumstance and an Extremely weak schedule, we are a Surprise Team this season.

And because IMO we have GREAT Leadership, Solid Coaching, and Great Determination, we have a modest chance to win a Playoff game. Head shaking WILD! JMO

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