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Defense made no adjustments thats all on coaching! At the same time #23 needs to be cut !!! Bring Tyron back if need be - geeesh Johnson is really bad!

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so close yet so far away. ..........

it was fun hangin with y'all tonight. This just isn't our year fellas.

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Colts didn't bring a running game tonight. It always matters in the 4th quarter of a close game.

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I'll still be watching next week. I liked what I saw in Painter this week.

Yup Yup

None of this goes on Painter at this point.

This loss goes down to injuries and Lack of Coaching.

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You dont measure the quality of your coaches when you have all studs - you measure their quality when you dont!

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Final Score: Buccaneers - 24, Colts (Ugh!, 0-4 this season) - 17

This team is not the same without Peyton Manning on the field with the Colts offense!

Manning is great, but I think even he would struggle with this Oline!

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You dont measure the quality of your coaches when you have all studs - you measure their quality when you dont!

Then by that measuring stick we don't have good ones.

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They just can't stop the run to save their lives, how many guys were on that RB on that 3rd down play...3...4..5?? If someone on the D knew how to tackle it wouldn't have been 4th and inches. Caldwell is a horrible coach I hope and pray he gets the boot after this season.

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They just can't stop the run to save their lives, how many guys were on that RB on that 3rd down play...3...4..5?? If someone on the D knew how to tackle it wouldn't have been 4th and inches. Caldwell is a horrible coach I hope and pray he gets the boot after this season.

With Nevis and Foster rotating in they would have been fresher. I mean they finished that game with 1 DT able to still play. Not saying it makes a huge difference but it definitely could have. Nevis was having a game.

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