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Brissett sacked, AGAIN - Fumbles the ball, but Colts recover (Ryan Kelly). 

 

Flag on the play. 

 

Sack negated - Hands to the face on the defense. 

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5 minutes ago, rockywoj said:

I miss the stretch run. 

 

Do we have an athletic zone blocking scheme type of line?  Or bulky power blocking guys?  You need a ZBS and O line that fits to run that well, and a zone run RB that knows when to flow or jump cut up the field.

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Just now, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

Do we have an athletic zone blocking scheme type of line?  Or bulky power blocking guys?  You need a ZBS and O line that fits to run that well, and a zone run RB that knows when to flow or jump cut up the field.

 

Nope. Not quite yet. I believe Philibin is trying to get us there though. 

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1 minute ago, HungarianColtsFan said:

Brisett has found the rhythm...

 

Run for your life at the snap?  /wink...

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6 minutes ago, Tony6759 said:

I JUST want to get his pick 6 or fumble over early...

You just know its coming at the worst possible time.  lol

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Shutout avoided. :)

 

Colts offense looked much better on the last drive. 

 

Titans 6, Colts 3

 

  TEN   IND
First Downs 4   5
Total Yards 95   59
Passing Yards 86   31
Rushing Yards 9   28
Penalties (Yds) 2(15)   2(15)
Turnovers 0   0
Punts (AVG) 0(0)   2(46)
Time of *. 9:32   10:23

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14 minutes ago, GwinnettColt said:

 

He'll get excited and start yelling for the other team, catch himself, and then say something like, "The Colts have just got to get this together."

That said, I still love listening to him.

 

Yeah, I've been listening to Bob since I was a kid. He cares , I appreciate that. 

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1 minute ago, Coltsman1788 said:

You just know its coming at the worst possible time.  lol

Usually the 4th quarter , when they up by 3 or 6 he pulls out the game loser. 

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4 minutes ago, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

Do we have an athletic zone blocking scheme type of line?  Or bulky power blocking guys?  You need a ZBS and O line that fits to run that well, and a zone run RB that knows when to flow or jump cut up the field.

 

What a difference a zone blocking scheme has done for the Vikings. Keenum is not much better than Brissett. Like you have told me in the past, fix the OL and the QB will play a lot better.

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Melvin with the PICK!!!

 

Play is under review. It might be close. I didn't see the ball hit the ground from the first angle. 

 

**** Play stands as a pick.

 

Melvin is heading to locker room with a possible wrist injury. 

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5 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

 

What a difference a zone blocking scheme has done for the Vikings. Keenum is not much better than Brissett. Like you have told me in the past, fix the OL and the QB will play a lot better.

So much truth right here.

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I'm sure Melvin broke his wrist and is headed to IR because anyone on this team who can actually play eventually ends up pn IR.

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Nice rip from Brissett to Doyle over the middle. 

 

Colts on the Tennessee 40 yard line. 

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10 minutes ago, BlueShoe said:

Doyle was held. He even grabbed his jersey. LOL

 

I didn't see the play, but it is full legal for a defender to grab/jam/hold a receiver within the first 5 yards beyond the  line of scrimmage.  That means a defender could do that until Doyle reached the 3 (if the LOS was the 8).

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Just now, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

I didn't see the play, but it is full legal for a defender to grab/jam/hold a receiver within the first 5 yards beyond the  line of scrimmage.  That means a defender could do that until Doyle reached the 3 (if the LOS was the 8).

 

Yeah that doesn't apply in this case. 

 

LOL

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