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  1. Always play to win, that's why we keep score. I believe we would have beaten the Saints in the Super Bowl if we would not have taken our feet off the gas. Always play to win, if you play, play to win.
  2. I have been a Colts fan for 60+ years, I remain realistic but optimistic. I just pull for my team, win, lose or draw.
  3. 9-6-1 (I 'gots to be different), depending on o-line and injuries, and a little luck.
  4. Why mess with best uniforms in all of sports? I am a huge traditionalist!!! I hate colored pants! Change for the sake of change, is never a good idea. When you're the best, don't strzok it up, it's a bull schiff idea.
  5. it's a miracle, he's 'sposed to play this Sunday. His back just got better, amazing!
  6. He is a great corner (when he plays), but Jags need O linemen and receivers more. Offense dominates the league now.
  7. I hope he passes his physical, the cancer has been removed, time for recovery.
  8. Once a player puts his hands on a coach, he crosses the line. He is good, if he's on the field. Right now, he is a disinterested (and expensive) observer.
  9. Hasn't played in last three games, his back hurts (wink-wink nudge-nudge).
  10. I think most officials are usually influenced by the crowd, also they are affected exponentially by the volume. I hate replay, the refs have gotten lazy and are getting more like NBA refs and treating 'stars' more with kid gloves. Generally, on the road you have to really be much better to win.
  11. I say the Chargers throwbacks (the ones they wore today) the Rams with the old Blue and white helmets get honorable mention. Worst are the Seahawks, dishonorable mention goes to the Jets.
  12. That sounds like a guy who would have a hissy fit, if his coach didn't throw a red flag (and risk losing a time out), for a 3 yard gain.
  13. All ^^^ true! When qualified, a player with four (4) or more years of NFL experience can earn his total minimum salary, but have a cap figure that reflects two years of experience – or in 2019, $645,000. The contract must be for only one year, and must not contain combined bonus money (signing, roster, workout) that exceeds $90,000. Practice squad players in 2019 can earn a minimum of $8,000 per week during the regular season and postseason, $128,000 if he is there for 16 weeks. I remember when John Unitas was the first player in the NFL to get $100,000 a
  14. Monday he missed practice with the 'Flu, Tuesday 'stiff' back, Thursday left town for birth of 2nd child. He will be back with team 'when he's ready'. He is considered 'questionable for Denver.
  15. Good morning, red14 here, are a Conch?

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