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14 minutes ago, Stephen said:

They need to keep brissett out. If he gets hurt we are screwed.

What difference does it make? The team is going nowhere with or without him.

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4 minutes ago, PrincetonTiger said:

What I meant we have no clue what others are thinking and since we aren't in the "clubhouse" we don't know what the culture is like

I think the culture is reflected by the on field product.

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1 minute ago, azcolt said:

What difference does it make? The team is going nowhere with or without him.

Because we don't want to see Scotty T..:lol:

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3 minutes ago, IinD said:

Bray is terrible. Why can't we try something different?

Completely agree.  His only worth is taking a knee in the end zone.  Get on the phone and get Natson back.  I'm done with Bray.

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5 minutes ago, azcolt said:

What difference does it make? The team is going nowhere with or without him.

If tolzien had started it would have been blowout from the start

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I said this game would be a massacre. I was ready to eat my words in the 1st half but the Colts turned right back into the Colts . Chuck is just incapable of Coaching a full game of football. The Previous years the team would start out slow and make comebacks. Now they're starting off fast and finishing off slow. Unbelievable, at this point, I can't even stand the sight of Chuck. And he can't blame Grigson now.

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Typical Pagano led coaching.... The other team adjusts and we have no answer. At least in the first half we look respectable but this team needs better coaching.

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2 minutes ago, Stephen said:

If tolzien had started it would have been blowout from the start

Yeah I think it would have been a 60+ beat down. 

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I think they TRIED their hardest, but it is what it is. We can't roll with most teams for 60 minutes.

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Definitely the last time I drop  a few g's to attend away games with this team.. untill Chuck departs I will stay with online streams to watch this team play. Was humiliated a few weeks ago in LA, now again in Seattle. Not spending another dime until we have competent coaching staff..

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2 minutes ago, MB-ColtsFan said:

Completely agree.  His only worth is taking a knee in the end zone.  Get on the phone and get Natson back.  I'm done with Bray.

I actually wonder, historically, how many KR’s can average +25 yds per return?  Historically, very few.  

 

My instruction to the KRs, if you field it in the end zone, take a bloody knee!!!!!!

 

This is not rocket science, take the best yardage starting position, by odds.  Again, rudimentary coaching decisions.

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Why keep Gore on run plays when he only gains 2 or yards a pop, putting the offense at a disadvantage to pass on long yardage.  OC needs to go with Pagano on the train..

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2 minutes ago, FinalAxel said:

Definitely the last time I drop  a few g's to attend away games with this team.. untill Chuck departs I will stay with online streams to watch this team play. Was humiliated a few weeks ago in LA, now again in Seattle. Not spending another dime until we have competent coaching staff..

Geez....you Traveled to BOTH games?? 

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13 minutes ago, rockywoj said:

I think the culture is reflected by the on field product.

Not always

 

  The program I was involved had great unity and culture but unfortunately Struggled 

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7 minutes ago, IinD said:

I think they TRIED their hardest, but it is what it is. We can't roll with most teams for 60 minutes.

Very true and that is because of what was left by RG

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12 minutes ago, Luck12-to-Hilton13 said:

I said this game would be a massacre. I was ready to eat my words in the 1st half but the Colts turned right back into the Colts . Chuck is just incapable of Coaching a full game of football. The Previous years the team would start out slow and make comebacks. Now they're starting off fast and finishing off slow. Unbelievable, at this point, I can't even stand the sight of Chuck. And he can't blame Grigson now.

Yes he can because the team is suffering from the personnel mistakes by the previous regime

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2 minutes ago, Luck12-to-Hilton13 said:

Geez....you Traveled to BOTH games?? 

Yea usually pick two games per year, this time ended up being LA and Seattle... Bought tickets months ago. Figured out one would be a sure win, the other a tossup, then I realized we still have the same ol' pagano... smh

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2 minutes ago, PrincetonTiger said:

Not always

 

  The program I was involved had great unity and culture but unfortunately Struggled 

Well, then maybe the culture is good, the we’re just back to the BAD game planning.  Again, that’s on the coaches.

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2 minutes ago, FinalAxel said:

Yea usually pick two games per year, this time ended up being LA and Seattle... Bought tickets months ago. Figured out one would be a sure win, the other a tossup, then I realized we still have the same ol' pagano... smh

Let's just hope you didn't spend too much money.

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Just now, rockywoj said:

Well, then maybe the culture is good, the we’re just back to the BAD game planning.  Again, that’s on the coaches.

Not saying anything different esp. with my coaching background just that anything could happen

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4 minutes ago, FinalAxel said:

Yea usually pick two games per year, this time ended up being LA and Seattle... Bought tickets months ago. Figured out one would be a sure win, the other a tossup, then I realized we still have the same ol' pagano... smh

Unrelated, I am currently in KC for Monday night football!  Have always wanted to see a game at Arrowhead!  And MmmMmm,, the KC BBQ food tonight was excellent!

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4 minutes ago, PrincetonTiger said:

Very true and that is because of what was left by RG

Agreed (if we're both hating on Grigs right?)..guys like woods, Hankins, simon are definitely keepers so we're def better on the dline. 

 

Our lbs can't cover te's for anything..

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Just now, IinD said:

Agreed (if we're both hating on Grigs right?)..guys like woods, Hankins, simon are definitely keepers so we're def better on the dline. 

 

Our lbs can't cover te's for anything..

I never hate but it is very hard not to see the holes created by bad decisions 

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4 minutes ago, rockywoj said:

Unrelated, I am currently in KC for Monday night football!  Have always wanted to see a game at Arrowhead!

It is very fun went there every year for my BD until football obligations got in the way

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1 minute ago, Luck12-to-Hilton13 said:

Let's just hope you didn't spend too much money.

Well, 2 Tix per game, LA $550, Seattle $950, + airfare around $800 x 2 for two round way, hotel for each weekends around $700 x 2, so I spent 5+ g's for both games combined.... Granted these were great seats and decent hotels but a lot for two blowout games

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chuck and his minions were out coached  in all schemes and positions in the second half ... He should stay as coach this season so we get top draft pic and can trade for what we need then fired

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13 minutes ago, FinalAxel said:

Well, 2 Tix per game, LA $550, Seattle $950, + airfare around $800 x 2 for two round way, hotel for each weekends around $700 x 2, so I spent 5+ g's for both games combined.... Granted these were great seats and decent hotels but a lot for two blowout games

Ouch.....

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