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  1. From your fingertips to the football gods' ears! I could certainly see that happening. But I think realistically this will be more like the Texans game. Colts will be in control but the G-men will do just enough to stay in the game until late.
  2. That had me crying.... I was at a local watering hole with the missus to watch the game here in Pittsburgh and there were a few Dallas fans there that were basically doing the same thing... Had me cracking up.
  3. This has been a fun season to watch and not with all the different playoff scenarios I find myself watching more football than I normally would. The Colts just need to take care of their business and let the chips fall where they may. Just keep winning and good things are likely to happen.
  4. That O-line looked great yesterday. No issues with Haeg being in for Glowinski. Great to finally have some solid depth on the line. Another great running day and another day of keeping Luck clean in the pocket. This team is going to be dangerous if they make the playoffs!
  5. Luck and the Offense better get their crap together for this game so Sharpe can rub it in ol' Skippy's face next week. If Luck and the Offense struggle again to get going then Bayless will have more fuel to add to the fire.
  6. Hey I am not too far off from ya. I am a dislocated Colts fan in the heart of Steeler country... LOL
  7. Now if only Brad Paisley was playing the nationwide song in the background during that video...
  8. If you look too long at the scenarios you will go cross-eyed.... Beware!
  9. Ok this thing is a lot of fun... LOL. I think it is safe to say, if the Colts win the remaining 3 games (all very winnable) then they will be in in some capacity. I can't see the Texans losing outright for the rest of the season but from the bit I played around with it, it looks possible (not plausible) that the Colts could very well make that #4 seed with some key losses.
  10. I would love to see the Colts go out there and wallop the Texans in a statement game. Just straight dominate them at home. Possible? Yes. Likely? No. Most likely outcome? Colts lose by 10+.
  11. It will be interesting to see how a young Colts team responds to such a craptastic showing against a division rival. Will the coaching staff be able to rally the team together and get them focused on the Texans game? A game that will really show their place in the AFC South? Or will the team and coaching staff continue to deflate (One could argue this started in the 2nd half of the first JAX game.) We shall see on Sunday.
  12. This is a very good point. But playing Devil's advocate here... I would be curious to see the analytics on the percentage of QBs that get injured during a QB sneak. Maybe that's the driving fear. (Although doubt it given that Luck has gone out for 2 passes the last 2 games...)
  13. I think you are very accurate here. Reich likes to get too cute on some of these plays. Sometimes your analytical brain can be your own worst enemy. Sometimes you just need to line up and play old school smash mouth football. Perhaps this is where we need to find that short yardage RB, which is what Turbin was supposed to be for us. The Ebron end around worked once. Now let it go. Just like the Luck as a WR play. The Colts don't need to be a gimmick offense. Just run creative routes, work on making mismatches, and establish an adequate run game. But its easy fo
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