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  1. coltsfeva

    This time last year.....

    Strange, what’s happened in a year’s time. This was probably one of the least painful Colts losses I’ve ever experienced. Because if the elements and I believe we were eliminated, at that point. It was a fun game to watch. Things have gone right for us this year, so far. A good (if not great) draft, key FA signings, Luck’s health and getting Frank Reich & Co. Strange, what’s happened in a year’s time...
  2. coltsfeva

    Skip Clueless Prescot > Luck

    My apologies for posting this: Baylee’s is hard to take) Skip lists his reasoning for taking Dak over Andrew. The ironic thing is Dak may be the reason the Cowboys lose Sunday (he and their Oline).
  3. coltsfeva

    Why the Colts will put Dallas

    One key will be if Desir and/or Moore can cover Cooper one on one. If they stop or limit Zek and make Dak have to throw dimes, the Colts will have a good shot to win this game.
  4. Coaching- Advantage Colts
  5. coltsfeva

    Swoope Waived Again

    I’ve always thought he had talent but Mo Allie Cox is a little bigger and can block without losing the athleticism of Swoope. I’d be surprised if he doesn’t get picked up this time.
  6. Baldy covers both offense and defense on the game last week.
  7. coltsfeva


    The Oline will be tested this week. It’s going to be interesting to see which team wins in the trenches. My money (figuratively) is on the Colts.
  8. Broncos lost and are 6-7. If the Colts win out and Pittsburgh loses to NE or NO and/or Baltimore loses to the Chargers, the Colts are in. Here’s a good link for each team:
  9. coltsfeva

    End of year record poll

    I’m sticking to 10-6 But there are so many factors in play: Injuries Play of opponents Competition from other Wild Card eligible teams Execution Play calling Who knows how all of these things play out? I do know that at their best, this team can beat their remaining opponents. But if they don’t, it’s been a much better year than last
  10. I’m curious as to how Reich will utilize whoever plays. If TY is banged up, maybe they use him to clear out the underneath stuff? Fountain will wear #10. It will be interesting to see how and if he’s used.
  11. coltsfeva

    Where are you at with the Colts?

    Yes and Tampa Bay/Cleveland are no gimmes. I forgot to “cast a vote” when I posted this thread. I’ll say this, if they do win Sunday, I think that will be enough for them to start a run, including beating Dallas. Even though 2 (and 3) are possible, 2 seems unlikely. So for me, I’ve seen them play well enough this year to win Sunday and this might be their last chance.
  12. Here’s hoping the Colts play their best game of the year. Where are you at with this team? 1. I think they’re going to win and make the playoffs. 2. They can make the playoffs, even if they lose. 3. Not our year. They’re going to get beat bad.
  13. coltsfeva

    Week 14 Playoff Scenarios and who to root for

    This is what the NFL wanted: so many teams with a shot, this late in the year. In order for the Colts to win out, they are going to have to play their best football of the year. If that happens, they can do well in the playoffs.
  14. coltsfeva

    Still Optimistic/Unsurprised Colts Fan Roll Call

    I really question the “we have no receivers but TY” mantra. Last week, passes we dropped, there were bad throws and adjustments weren’t made to get guys open. Is there a “Diondre Hopkins” among Inman, Pascal, Grant or Rogers ? No. But these are guys who have made plays this year. And Reich has had great game plans and made adjustments this year. We came close to beating the Texans without Doyle, Castonzo, Smith and Mack. And with Houston having Fuller, who’s on IR. I’m hoping Allie-Cox and Kelly play but either way, the Colts can win this game, even with the receivers we have.
  15. coltsfeva

    Still Optimistic/Unsurprised Colts Fan Roll Call

    That’s just it: will the offense play like they did against Jacksonville or like they did during the win streak? As Reich looked at the Jacksonville game, he saw his team shut out and given his philosophy of getting better each week, I can see him asking himself what he could do if Houston’s defense plays as tight as Jacksonville. Better that happened by Jacksonville than Houston. Could be a blessing in disguise. Defense and Special teams played well. My concern is; can Luck & the Offense regain confidence? If so, they could leave Houston with a win.