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Bahhh Allen needs to learn to keep running that route and help his QB. He hesitated.

Collie holding his head ?

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TORE HIS ACL, no doubt about it, just watch the reply. he gets sandwiched between 3 players. why did Luck throw and lead him to death?????

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OH CRAP! I think Football is gonna kill Austin Collie. As much as I like him, he should think about retirement before he's a vegetable..

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If Collie is the number 2 receiver why is he going over the middle? It looks like people are trying to take him out knowing what he has been through.

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Collie tore an ACL, did you see it in slo-mo? YUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

yep, he looked fine as far as the head is concerned. he's out for the season

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this is the most uninteresting game in the league right now. ugly football, watching our running game is like watching a volkswagon trying to climb a steep hill.

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Just cut Collie. OMG it's either he is out with a concussion and now a knee. I don't want to be heartless, but if you can cut ties with Manning, then you can surely cut ties with Collie. We have enough WRs, so lets use his spot for a LB that can tackle, or a OL who can run block.

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