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  1. I agree with you here... and this is coming from a person who has never fully jumped on the Brissett train. I have agreed with the same frustrations everyone else has had about him: holding onto the ball too long, afraid to throw down field, not scanning the field, etc. I was frustrated because it seemed like he would stay the same exact way forever. But in this game he showed a conscientious effort to try and get out of his own way, and I applaud him for it. This loss is definitely frustrating but I blame the defensive play calling way more than anything JB did or did not do today. Even if his passing stats weren’t amazing, and regardless of our playoff chances this year, I still appreciated seeing the effort. Like I wrote in the game day thread, whether or not he is our long term answer for QB, I appreciated the aggressiveness and the attempt to change his game up.
  2. This is almost exactly word for word what I was in the process of posting but my iPad was acting up haha. But yes, THIS!
  3. This has been one of the most disappointing and frustrating truths of this season
  4. I understand about the draft pick but we have come this close to winning this game now I want to see us finish what we started!
  5. (Saved by the Bell reference for lovers of corny 90’s shows )
  6. The mixing it up has been great to watch. Also like seeing JB continue to respond to the criticism about holding onto the ball. I don’t think it’s a horrible thing to have weaknesses, but it’s how you respond that matters. Go Colts!
  7. Definitely can say I am very happy with Jacoby’s aggressiveness in this game, whether he is our long term QB or not
  8. Don’t wish anything bad against Evans but I hope his absence is good for us
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