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Not perfect, still feel like Luck locks in too much, but overall a nice get well game when we needed one.

 

I wish he'd try to go long more often, but I can't complain about his efficiency in this one. Averaged 8.9 yards/attempt, adjusted, four TDs, 79% completions... I'll take it, I guess...

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Offensive line still wasn't god in short yardage, but those were some obvious running situations. 

 

Scored 37 points, and robbed ourselves of another TD with a bad throw to Hilton. This really could have been a bloodbath...

 

I'm still fuming about the touchdown Fleener dropped wide open in the end zone as well.

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Use to be a supporter of Fleener and stick my neck out for him when he was the forum whipping boy, starting to pull my neck back now. He just isn't playing well

 

Not too happy with Fleener.  He needs to get his stuff together.  Plays like a wuss at times.

I will give him credit for the one touch down he got though.

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I wish he'd try to go long more often, but I can't complain about his efficiency in this one. Averaged 8.9 yards/attempt, adjusted, four TDs, 79% completions... I'll take it, I guess...

Not complaining or hating at all. We blew out a team that we really needed to blow out. One game out of first with arguably our toughest games already behind us. I'm so used to great play at qb I guess I'm a little jaded. :D

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Really happy that Pep let the offense do what it does best. I hope he sees today's success and puts two and two together for the rest of the season.

...just wow... Pep let the offense do what it does best... practically same game called rofl. I guess it's in the eye of the beholder because Pep will never get his credit.

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...just wow... Pep let the offense do what it does best... practically same game called rofl. I guess it's in the eye of the beholder because Pep will never get his credit.

Can't you read?  I gave him credit.  Only a blind fool cannot see that the Colts came today with a completely different game plan than the previous two games.

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Not too happy with Fleener.  He needs to get his stuff together.  Plays like a wuss at times.

I will give him credit for the one touch down he got though.

 

 

Not too happy with Fleener.  He needs to get his stuff together.  Plays like a wuss at times.

I will give him credit for the one touch down he got though.

Me either,r he also dropped the first pass of the game, and really  seems to be soft, seems to lack mental and physical toughness. Has got to step it up, his production has not matched up to his draft position, we need a lot more out of Coby,

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