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***Colts Vs. Packers Game Day Thread***

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Great job team...for the entire Pagano.....and Colts family!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Great job.

Green Bay....please do not blame the refs.......WOW Reggie...Shipley...Luck...Brown.....psyched! :colts: :colts: :colts: :colts: :colts: :colts: :colts: :colts: Lucas Oil! My happiest tribute ever....thank you for a great Game Day Thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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What a game. That may be the understatement of the year... but this team stepped up, and played their hearts out. I'm so glad Reggie Wayne stayed to help out.

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Once again welcome back the good old cardiac Colts. This one is for Coach Pagano without a doubt.

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Love everything about this game! ColtStrong has truly become ChuckStrong. Happy celebrating to Colts fans everywhere from the UK.

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Why can't we be this aggressive on defense every week?

I loved Luck's and Reggie's performance as much as everyone, but the two of them have been doing this all season long. The big difference in this game was the aggressive defensive .

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I don't have 50 years of watching the Colts but, this would go up there in the top 3,with the 1996 win over Dallas, and 2003 MNF against Tampa Bay, as the top 3 regular season games that I can think of..the 41-38 win over Green Bay in 1997 was exciting but, we were 0-10 at that time. am I missing some that were even more exciting?

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I'm sad I missed the game day thread. I look forward to going back, and reading it later on tonight.

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I'm really proud to be a colts fan right now! That was awesome!

So am I!!! Ran out of Likes or your post would have gotten one.

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So am I!!! Ran out of Likes or your post would have gotten one.

Lol, me too!

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Emotional win by the Colts as the players were determined to win today for Coach Chuck Pagano. I'm sure the players were thinking of him, and I believe Jim Irsay also awarded (one of) the game ball(s) to Bruce Arians earning his first victory in the NFL., along with Coach Pagano.

We wish Coach Pagano a speedy recovery, I'm sure he was also watching the Colts defeat the Packers by 3 points, 30-27 from the players.

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50 years a Colts fan...I've cried one time.Today.

This is a Top 5 all-time Colts game for me. :thmup:

A truly wonderful game it was!!

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time for long ones......from Mac

Sorry, you want me to what? I wasn't paying attention.

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I don't have 50 years of watching the Colts but, this would go up there in the top 3,with the 1996 win over Dallas, and 2003 MNF against Tampa Bay, as the top 3 regular season games that I can think of..the 41-38 win over Green Bay in 1997 was exciting but, we were 0-10 at that time. am I missing some that were even more exciting?

Always the great AFC championship win over the Pats that propelled the Colts to the SB against the Bears. I remember thinking that one was almost over @ half also.

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Just got back from the game after going out to eat and settling down back at home.

WOW is all I can say! WHAT A GAME! Love the fight in this team it was amazing.

Oh and also... REGGIE WAYNE is the MAN!!!

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Let's enjoy this win, but also perhaps we may also see the Monday Night Football game between the Texans and New York Jets, since the Colts are scheduled to play the Jets at MetLife Stadium next Sunday. As fans, we could have an idea how the Colts players and coaching staff watch and scout the MNF game, and see what the Colts need to do and prepare, to win over the Jets next Sunday afternoon. GO COLTS!!! ;) :blueshoe::coltshelmet::coltslogo::colts::1colts:

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