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I can see the front page of The Indy Star tomorrow.

"Curtis Paints a masterpiece!"

Well, maybe a finger painting anyway.

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Anyone else playing the drinking game where you take a shot every time the announcers mention Manning??? Or the TV zooms to Manning in the booth?? I may be dead by the end of the game

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Anyone else playing the drinking game where you take a shot every time the announcers mention Manning??? Or the TV zooms to Manning in the booth?? I may be dead by the end of the game

I wasn't, but now I'm going to put that in my back pocket for next Sunday.

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OMG whats next a cheerleader falling and breaking her hip?? This is insane!

I hope its one of the "ugly ones".

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OMG whats next a cheerleader falling and breaking her hip?? This is insane!

Pretty soon we will need one of the cheerleaders to step in and play.

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Colts can't catch a break from the injury bug. I hope Foster can come back and play after that horrific injury. Now we are short on OL and DL..

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Anyone else playing the drinking game where you take a shot every time the announcers mention Manning??? Or the TV zooms to Manning in the booth?? I may be dead by the end of the game

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If the D doesnt step up this drive it might be in the books .... LETS GO D !!!! Time for a sack fumble!

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Oh, and I was wrong. Our defense has made zero adjustments. So despite seeing improvements after half in the previous games, our defense has actually gotten worse throughout this game, and we're injured like no other.

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