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When you have to throw 50 times against the Ravens -- not good. Grigson will have a busy off-season.

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OK...gonna throw in the horseshoe towel.....

 

I will be rooting for Ray Lewis and the boys as it moves forward......well.....next week I cannot watch I guess.... :spit:    

 

We will discuss and cuss in forums about this, yet what a ride for this team.  I wish Coach Pagano the best, and Bruce Arians the best with the flu!

 

And now..a punch in the headto Bernard Pollard for the freaking hit on Reggie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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How appropriate. A dropped pass to end it. Great season but this team's many weaknesses really showed today.

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well we did have a great season, I mean we are in the playoffs and maybe next year we could make it back and plus i really didnt think we could make it pass the second round, if we won, but we should have won this game. But it was a fun season  

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I do not need to hear at any point Donald Brown would have caught that....both dropped passes. Time to lock it up.....I am sick....shame to lose to the Ray-vens.....bummer.

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Posted · Hidden by Coltssouth, January 6, 2013 - inappropriate
Hidden by Coltssouth, January 6, 2013 - inappropriate

Hopefully the Broncos retire the killer next week.

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Yep cheers to an excellent season. Just a couple big plays by the Ravens but primarily the lack of capitalization by the Colts O. I had that bad feeling after Vinny missed that 40 yarder. That possibly changed the whole complexion of he game.

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I know a lot say this was a good season and are just happy to be in the playoffs. 

 

This loss is as bad for me as any of the other playoff loss. (except the pittsburgh one) because this was a winnable game, AND we didn't back into the playoffs. We earned this spot.

 

I am upset to see the same flaws as we have had in the last decade.

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I am SOOOO Proud of this team, the never give up attitude when no one expected us to win but 2 or 3 games at the most !!!  We showed everyone what we are made of !!!  With that said, GOOOOO COLTS !!!!!!!!!   :blueshoe:  :blueshoe:  :blueshoe:

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And the Colts 2012 season is officially concluded, not the results that we hoped for, Baltimore Ravens winning 24-9, and dashing the Colts opportunity to extend their season another week, and see Peyton face his former team in Denver. But the Colts seem to perform and exceed their expectations in the past season, and we should thank them for their effort, and entertaining the fans each week. Thank you Jim Irsay, Ryan Grigson, Chuck Pagano, Andrew Luck, and the rookie and veteran players for a great season! I would also like to thank Bruce Arians for taking over the leadership over Coach Pagano, and hope what he suffered in Baltimore is not serious, and hope he has a safe recovery as in Coach Pagano. Very unfortunate Bruce suffered, especially on gameday. Thanks again, and hope the success in 2012 carries over as the sign of things to come in 2013 for the Colts since the Peyton Manning era. As always, GO COLTS!!!

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I'm nursing a Mimosa after the Colts disappointed me again! I hope the Broncos' beat the Ravens' Edit next weekend. GO PEYTON!

I didn't realize that putting asteriks for letters was offensive!  Guess I was mistaken...

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