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Funny observation:  I see a bunch of ppl ragging on the D, how bad they suck. I dont see the D playing bad. Dont look at the scoreboard, there is 29pts there but thats not showing the true store. The Colts gave the Pats 7pts with 13:30 left in the 1st quarter on the INT by Luck. IMO the last Pats TD cant be blamed on the D either, refs bailed the Pats out with a PI at the 5yrd line. So essentially the D is only responsible for 15pts IMO.

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