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Colts @ Patriots 2015 AFC Championship Game Thread

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gotta play 4 quarters :/ who knew

Coaching cost them.  They put some random backup 3rd string TE in on their hands team?  Then they go run, run, pass, punt on their final couple of series?  Poor coaching

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Coaching cost them.  They put some random backup 3rd string TE in on their hands team?  Then they go run, run, pass, punt on their final couple of series?  Poor coaching

I totally agree

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John Goodman is one of my favorite actors, the pregame package was fantastic.

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