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Thanks for coming for the Colts Game Day Thread, Colts fans!  :) Our 5-2 and AFC South Division leading  Indianapolis Colts are in Western Pennsylvania to play the 4-2 Pittsburgh Steelers,  Colts will try to end a two-game losing streak from the Steelers, and will also try to win in Pittsburgh in six years, their last win by the score of 24-20 back on November 9, 2008.

 

Colts and Steelers are meeting for the 27th time in the regular season, with the Steelers unfortunately leading  the all-time regular season series with 20 wins and 6 losses, and the Steelers also outscored our Colts in the previous 26 games 628 to 421.

 

Great Day for NFL Football in The Steel City because sunny and clear skies at 60 degrees, feels like 58 degrees, is the local game time forecast inside Heinz Field for the 4:25 Eastern Standard Time kickoff, along with 38% humidity, 0% precipitation, and west/north west winds at 13 miles per hour.

 

NO further injuries, win your sixth game, and your first win in six years over the Steelers, stay both Colts Strong, and Chuck Strong, and GO COLTS!!!!!  :thmsup:  :coltslogo:  :1colts:  :colts::helmet:   :blueshoe:  :coltshorse:  :coltslogo:  :ribbon:  :D

 

 

http://www.colts.com/team/game/2014/regular8

 

http://www.colts.com/team/injury-report.html

 

 

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Fumbles will kill us, I'd rather see TRich get healthy than trying to carry the ball today.  Doyle being out hurts us, Reggie has lost two steps but that still hurts us badly. #celebrateacoltsvictorydrinkanironcity

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Looked like luck had a brace on his right elbow... wonder what that's all about.

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my eyes might be bleeding by the end of the game after looking at those jerseys for 3.5 hours.

Just think the fans of the 1934 Steelers had to look at the. Every week

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I wanna see a lot of Boom today.  He has fresher legs than Bradshaw and it could be a good opportunity to give Bradshaw some rest

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I'm pulling for the Colts anyway but the Steelers just deserve to lose wearing those bumblebee unis. Looks like a 5 year old's Halloween costume.

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