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Thanks LOS.

 

Big game. Could essentially put the Titans bid for the division (at least from us) away. A loss would put us at 1-3 in the division and would require Houston to go 3-4 or worse for the Colts to have a chance. As bad as I think Houston is, doubt they go worse than 3-4.

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Thanks LOS !!!  Should be a good game today, I think we pull out the win at home and keep us in the race for the division. Above all, no injuries.

 

GOOOO Colts !!!!

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why do i expect a disappointment today? i mean, i am the most rose-colored glasses fan around

 

certainly hope to be pleasantly surprised! GO COLTS! beat the visitors!!!!

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all ready for the game. Sky sports mix (red zone) for the next few hours. Crisps and diet irn bru ready. All that is missing is a colts victory.

Lets go colts.

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Good luck, Colts fans! Enjoy the game.

 

BTW, can we give LOS some real love/thanks by giving him some "LIKES". He does a great job putting up these threads!  :thmup:  :coltsfb:

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Just now, shakedownstreet said:

When I have foul gas, the Colts usually win. When my gas is relatively neutral, we lose

we'll need an update on that later, shake

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Thanks again, LOS, for getting us off to a great start!

 

I don't think this is gonna be easy.  I'm thinking it may go down to the wire.  Either way, I want us to win.

Go COLTS!  All day, every day!!   :thmup:  :cheer2:

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Just now, HungarianColtsFan said:

Good start on D, wonder how our O looks like today!

 

That's the million $ question haha, it seems like this team has difficulty playing well on both fronts @ the same time.

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