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Nothing to be proud of, sloppiest game.

Defense deserves all the credit. Offense isn't what it should be and Griff Whalen seriously should be benched

Defense wins the game.

And also....... Sergio Brown for President.... I mean starter

Plenty to be proud of. Don't be dramatic.

Every win can't be perfect. Every win can't be a blow out. But when you win ugly games. It shows what your team is made of.

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Great game by our Colts!!! Colts are having a short practice week for the Houston Texans. Please forward your post game comments in the Colts Team Forum, GO COLTS!!!!!

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Nothing to be proud of, sloppiest game.

Defense deserves all the credit. Offense isn't what it should be and Griff Whalen seriously should be benched

Defense wins the game.

And also....... Sergio Brown for President.... I mean starter

Man whats up eith you being so hard and negative on everything and everyone for? Yea it was sloppy but ot could have been way worse

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Plenty to be proud of. Don't be dramatic.

Every win can't be perfect. Every win can't be a blow out. But when you win ugly games. It shows what your team is made of.

Not saying it should be perfect. Every team messes up. But we tried every way possible to hand them the game today. Refs tried too but overcame them

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