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The D wins the game for us in the end.

unbe-freekin-believable.

 

Guys will be running laps for days Tuesday!!

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Just remember...first game in real speed, D playing a QB where they had no film on (NFL)...was it ugly, sure. Will the Colts gel, I think so. A win's a win, this is the NFL

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Time to revisit how we plan for mobile QB's. That was a second half implosion. Stonzo got schooled and Werner looked confused. 

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I only saw the first half, but Bethea and Landry both had a good half - if not game.  VERY active today.

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Andrew Luck is a mans man, Landry was a tackle monster, and Reggie Wayne played one heck of a game. Plus Ballard ran well. The O-line is still a joke.

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Pryor will be this week's number 1 waiver wire pickup

And probably regress once teams get film on him...he got away with a lot today. We're a new D, lots of new players

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Forced Pryor into a pressure situation with the game on the line where he had to read coverage quickly and he  just didn't get it done

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This is the perfect game for us. You get the win, but there is still lots to improve on in practice

It's also good for them to get their first taste of an optionn QB rather than having to deal with t later.

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Pryor will be this week's number 1 waiver wire pickup

No Julious Thomas TE for the Broncos will be the #1 pickup.

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Well it wasn't a pretty win, but it was a win none the less.  Nice spending the afternoon here with everyone.  Have a Great week everyone and see you here next sunday. GOOOO COLTS !!!!!!!

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Catch all of you crazy cats next weekend. Hopefully, for another Colts win... and a game that isn't such a nail bitter.

Take it easy if you can't get it hard.

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I will take the win since they are not good enough to complain about how they win.

They have a lot of work to do on the defense and on the offensive line. The coaching staff has a lot of work to do as well.

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