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Colts @ New York Jets Game Day Thread

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It's official!  Colts win a blowout much better than I expected on Monday Night Football tonight 41-10! No guarantees each and every game, but wish convincing games with big leads become more often, and such blowout games can be more fun for the Colts players and their fans. I think the Colts made a statement to  themselves with a healthy Andrew Luck back on the field tonight and this week.

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4 hours ago, PrincetonTiger said:

The ESPN Radio App should work 

I figured it out, thank Gawd...  Phew, I almost had to name my first born son "Prince" Which would be a shock to little Gaylord, considering he is 7. 

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8 minutes ago, oldunclemark said:

Now, a win over Houston and we take command of the division

We will get it, we have Andrew.

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Andrew MVP MVP MVP MVP MVP that will be that chants next week when he blows the doors off of Houston.

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I can't believe that the one game I choose to sleep so I'm alive for work and they blow someone out!

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