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Pat Mcafee Leads The Colts In Special Teams Tackles

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The guy can run. I don't know why he hasn't been asked to fake a punt or FG since he's been here. He also can kick the cover off the ball and should be going to Hawaii this year.

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I love watching Pat run guys down, and then take them out without hesitation. He may be the most physical punter in the whole league. He is definitely not afraid to hit!

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lol, just goes to show you how much the ST suck, as our punter has to make touchdown making tackles.

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Just so we're clear here Colt fans, this is not a good thing.

golly did Coltclique send you here to enlighten us on this?

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I love watching Pat run guys down, and then take them out without hesitation. He may be the most physical punter in the whole league. He is definitely not afraid to hit!

I don't. I mean, it's great that he is able to make those plays but at the same time infuriating that he gets the opportunity to. That should be a wasted skill for him.

This is one of my posts about McAfee from another thread. I guess it ended up coming true.

Usually when I ask a question like this it would be sarcastically, but I'm actually kind of serious this time. Is he the special teams' leading tackler?

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Well this better change soon, because punter's are not necessarily built for tackling. If Pat gets injured, we have lost our team's MVP! Pat is a phenomenal punter, boasting the #1 hang-time in the league, and he will sorely be missed if he gets knocked out.

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lol, just goes to show you how much the ST suck, as our punter has to make touchdown making tackles.

I mean saving, not making :)

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golly did Coltclique send you here to enlighten us on this?

No. I answer to a higher power than that website I haven't been to in years.

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