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  1. NFL.com has an article projecting wins for every team in the league. Colts projected with 7.4 wins ranked #19 in the projection. However, the interesting, and for me very surprising stat is our sack average is the lowest in the league. I can probably vouch for everyone who posts here no one would have placed luck being sacked only 10 times in 8 games and ranked best in the league..we have always been on the well far end of that stat for years. I am quite impressed with that. Kudos to our entire offense for making that improvement. So I’ll ask who deserves most of the credit? Luck himself or the O-Line? Or the backs and tight ends for picking up blocks? From the article: ”Current record: 3-5. Projected playoff percentage:27.3. The Colts have the league's best third-down offense, converting 52.2 percent of the time on this crucial down. One of the main drivers of their success here -- and when it comes to wins -- is the improved ability of the O-line to keep Andrew Luck upright. Luck has only been sacked 10 times in eight games and is posting the lowest sack average in the league (1.25 sacks per game). Some of this is because of Luck's excellent decision-making, but also note that over the past three games, Luck has been sacked exactly zero times.”
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    Patience is the key fans

    Meh! My belief on what Ballard is doing this year at this point is more of "let the chips fall where they may" and at the end of the season we will reevaluate current players, decide who is top, middle, and bottom, and then release those who don't make it to the above categories. We'll hit free agency with the thought and tenacity of going after 2-3 top notch players and then going after 3-5 middle-upper class type players. We will then draft players to fill the rest of needs and I would think we will be a contending team this next year.
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    Colts @ New York Jets Game Day Thread

    Besides TY, Ebron is the only one you can count on to be on the field and do his job best when it comes to receivers. I never thought that would have been the case
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    Colts @ New York Jets Game Day Thread

    I recall so many people here calling for major concern that luck would be the most questionable player and unknown on our team this year. It’s the receivers who have taken this honor now.
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    Colts @ New York Jets Game Day Thread

    Our receivers are really costing us games. Never thought that it would be so obvious but it’s happening well to much this year. Oye!
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    Colts @ Patriots Thursday Night Football Game Thread

    We need a TD out of this upcoming drive to stay in this game
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    Colts @ Patriots Thursday Night Football Game Thread

    Still wondering why through all the Luck years we are still such a pass heavy team. They just said we pass 71% of the time this year. I mean obviously our O-Line isn't good enough to run NOR do we have a really great running back who can run more than 5 yards consistently. Hopefully we get that fixed next year.
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    Safeties

    Some of our downfield coverage is quite suspect...we have given up more plays than we should and Hooker seems to be a little scattered out there and unsure of himself. It's improving and that's good but the secondary has got to do a better job in coverage for sure.
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    What we know now after eagles game

    I really was impressed with our D this game EXCEPT for the one drive that they gave repeated first downs under penalties to the Eagles. That one drive to me was why we lost this game IMO. We had this problem in our last loss as well and the penalties their I believe cost us that game as well. For as solid as our D has been the penalties at key times cost us. To get a PI call on a 2nd and 26 was ridiculous and then on a 4th and 2 we get a penalty that gave them the first down. Those two plays were KEY to giving up the points that indeed cost us this game. (IN MY OPINION)
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    Stupid play calling on last possession

    I really was impressed with our D this game EXCEPT for the one drive that they gave repeated first downs under penalties to the Eagles. That one drive to me was why we lost this game IMO. We had this problem in our last loss as well and the penalties their I believe cost us that game as well. For as solid as our D has been the penalties at key times cost us. To get a PI call on a 2nd and 26 was ridiculous and then on a 4th and 2 we get a penalty that gave them the first down. Those two plays were KEY to giving up the points that indeed cost us this game. (IN MY OPINION)
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    Jack freakin Doyle... SMH

    Yes
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    Jack freakin Doyle... SMH

    Meh, I put more credence in the two 15 yard penalties our defense gave up on one drive alone than I do on Jack Doyle’s fumble. In addition, Quincy Wilson played a rather unimpressive game. Was shaking my head on him a number of times.
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    Colts Vs. Bengals Game Day Thread

    First reply in! I’m excited football is back. Can’t wait to watch our Colts this year! celebration time baby!!!
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    Colts Madden 19 Ratings

    I see so many complain about madden all the time...but I like it for the most part. so for those who hate it and think it’s garbage I’d like to know why you think that. What could be done to improve the game so you wouldn’t think that ?
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    Former Colt Kelvin Hayden engaged

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/05/14/entertainment/taraji-p-henson-engaged/index.html she is 47 and he is 34. Little bit of a gap there but happy for him. i will always remember his 40+ interception return for a TD in the Super Bowl XLI.