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Hi, Colts Nation!   :)   An interesting battle of AFC Division leaders tonight on prime time, as the 7-2, and AFC East leading New England Patriots come to The Circle  City, and play our 6-3, and AFC South leading Indianapolis Colts.  Colts are both  seeking to end their current four game regular season losing streak, and win over the Patriots for the first time in five years.


Colts and Patriots are meeting for the 78th time overall tonight, after playing 73 regular season games, and 4 post season games.  Patriots though, currently lead the all-time overall series at 48 wins and 29 losses, and also outscored our Colts, 1880 to 1459 points,  in the previous 77 games. 


LOS's stadium roof is closed for tonight's 8:25PM Eastern Standard Prime Time kickoff, because outside the stadium area in Downtown Indianapolis is snow with cloudy skies at 30 degrees, 90% both humidity and precipitation, and mild southwest winds at 3 miles per hour.


NO further injuries, continue to keep your AFC South and divisional lead, and continue to stay both Colts Strong, and Chuck Strong, and  GO COLTS!!!!!  :cheer:  :rock:  :coltslogo:  :1colts:  :colts:  :coltshorse:  :coltsfb:          :coltshelmet:     :blueshoe:    :coltslogo:   :cheer:  :D



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Give them a heaping serving of Ol' Ahmad, along with a side of Reg, Duane, and T.Y. and some Coby cheese as a garnish... Seriously though I do hope they stay with the run for 2 reasons:


1) to keep the Brady bunch on the sideline, and our D fresh and

2) to give Luck more time to hit TY on the double moves for big gainers.




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No...what we need is an aerial attack and just outscore the crap on them....I'd take one of them blowouts (for the COLTS of course) right about now :)

Do you think that is possible with the Pats secondary?  I think the Colts need to run the ball.  Control the clock.  No quick strike attempts. 

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Evening everyone from NW Ohio :)  Man I'm nervous, my stomach is in knots  LOL.  It should be a good game tonite and I still feel we can finish with a WIN.  It's going to be a hard fought game, but I have faith in my team !!!  GOOOOOOOOOO Colts !!!

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Man I am spent, I've been cheering Kevin Harvick on all day and I don't know if i have anything left in the tank for our Colts. I'm gonna go take a nap to refuel, but if I don't make it back, have fun guys and GO COLTS!!

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I'm so glad I live around Atlanta. It's pretty cold here, but rarely snows.

And I'm so glad the Falcons won!! I'm so @&%#$@#$#@% about the dirt bag Saints Fan in this one and why I can't stand the city of new orleans, You dirt bag Saints fan I hope you never see another Saints win... Just venting a minute. I hope I can enjoy some of this game tonight after see this???? 



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