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Colts Vs Patriots Prediction Thread

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Ok let's get this over with and not beat around the bush

Pats - 42

Colts - 17

If Wes Welker and Rob Gronkowski are somehow available in your fantasy football league start them immediately.

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New England 56, Indianapolis 26

2 TDs and 4 FGs for Indy

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Patriots - 31

Colts - 24

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Patriots 77 Colts 0

Expect to see lots of shots of Brady smiling and laughing in this one.

The NFL Record for worst defeat ever is eclipsed. The Washington Redskins pop champaign.

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Brady/Gronkowski/Welker - 51

Vinitieri - 6

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This is not a joke...

Pats 54

Colts 13

It's going to be cold and up here in Montreal we just got snow, and if they get snow within the next couple of days, it should stay there as there aren't too many wild days remaining.

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Is there any rule in the league that would just allow the colts to immediately forfeit before opening kickoff? :D

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Indy-24

Pats-21

Put this one in the "Who would have thunk it" pile. Dan Orlovsky takes care of the ball,Donald Brown has a nice day rushing and receiving and the defense forces a couple turnovers and gets to Brady a few times.

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Indy-24

Pats-21

Put this one in the "Who would have thunk it" pile. Dan Orlovsky takes care of the ball,Donald Brown has a nice day rushing and receiving and the defense forces a couple turnovers and gets to Brady a few times.

Props for the upset alert....I hope you're right.

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Ok let's get this over with and not beat around the bush

Pats - 42

Colts - 17

If Wes Welker and Rob Gronkowski are somehow available in your fantasy football league start them immediately.

You are close 49 to 9 Pats, and a thankful end to the Caldwell era Monday morning.
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Could be the upset of the week. Stranger things have happened so who knows until the game is played. I can dream can't I? I may change my ind after the first quarter you know that's a woman's right. rotfl

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Could be the upset of the week. Stranger things have happened so who knows until the game is played. I can dream can't I? I may change my ind after the first quarter you know that's a woman's right. rotfl

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Orlovsky comes out firing vs that putrid NE pass defense. We hang in there till the half with the Pats 21 Colts 17.

Then the wheels come off, they make the adjustments and our coaches, as always do what they do.

Pats 49 Colts 24

Vegas is happy that the Pats covered the spread :).

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Pats 48 - Pats scores include a punt return and a kickoff return for TDs

Colts 13 - Lacey scores lone Colts TD on a deflected pass and return + two field goals

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Pats - however many they want

Colts - nowhere near enough

That about sums it up, I think... :sadno:

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NE - 2TDs per quarter one way or another = 64pts. There will be no letting up.

Colts - 10 pts, somehow.

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Pats 37. Colts 16. Brady and Belichick show repect and don't run up score.

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I played this game on Madden this evening. So, I will invert what my madden team did to the patriots to give the following prediction......

Patriots 106

Colts 7

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Colts 20 Pats 17

Thats right, the person who has called for a loss every game this season is going with the upset.

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Patriots - 24

Colts - 7 Angerer runs a fumble in for the lone score.

Orlovsky will lead the Colts to some first downs which will stop the scoring as the defense will not play 85% of the game.

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Pats 17

Colts 16

If Peyton shows up in pads for any practices this week.

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NE - 2TDs per quarter one way or another = 64pts. There will be no letting up.

Colts - 10 pts, somehow.

either you're assuming the Pats would go for 2 pt conversion on every TD or your math is a bit off. :) 2 Tds per quarter would be 56 pts, not 64, unless as I stated the Pats went for 2 on every Td which really wouldn't make much sense. :)

I'd love to see the upset this week but highly doubt it will happen. The one way teams have been able to slow down Brady and the offense recently is by putting their best cover corner on Welker to try to take him out of the game. We could put Powers on Welker though I doubt that takes Welker out of the game and that also puts our other inexperienced and untalented other CBs also in man coverage all night and Brady would torch them. We don't have anyone who could match up on those TEs either

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Who cares, because the Indy News Station probably wont show the game! Why watch the Colts when we catch the Bears! :sarcasm:

Hopefully all the bad press the news station got sunk into their head.

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If we win one game all year........................

lord make it this one.

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Patriots 42

Colts 0

We will see why Orlovsky was third on the depth chart of a winless team

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We will be beaten.

I don't dare to predict points. D will allow at least 35 points. O has chance to score if we get close enough to score FGs. Perhaps we should try to rush the ball.

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either you're assuming the Pats would go for 2 pt conversion on every TD or your math is a bit off. :) 2 Tds per quarter would be 56 pts, not 64, unless as I stated the Pats went for 2 on every Td which really wouldn't make much sense. :)

I'd love to see the upset this week but highly doubt it will happen. The one way teams have been able to slow down Brady and the offense recently is by putting their best cover corner on Welker to try to take him out of the game. We could put Powers on Welker though I doubt that takes Welker out of the game and that also puts our other inexperienced and untalented other CBs also in man coverage all night and Brady would torch them. We don't have anyone who could match up on those TEs either

Never combine 3 straight days of duck hunting w/2:30 a.m. wakeups & no sleep with math/typing (me). Anything in the 50s for NE is conservative anyway.....good chance it'll be more than that. Brady ought to have a field day.

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