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Colts @ Rams Preseason Game Night Thread

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Hi, Colts fans! Sorry for the late post close to game time. Our Indianapolis Colts are in The Gateway City to play the St. Louis Rams in their third preseason game, both teams playing in prime time. Although tonight is a preseason game, the Colts will try to to do a better performance than on the playing field in this meeting. St. Louis embarrassed Indianapolis by the score of 38-8 back on November 10, 2013. Tavon Austin scored three times for the Rams, with a 98-yard kickoff return, and two touchdown receptions from QB Kellen Clemens. Colts only scored a 13-yard TD pass from Andrew Luck to Donald Brown late in the third quarter, and completing the game scoring, before the scoreless fourth quarter. Our Colts certainly both don't expect, and allow the Rams another domination on the scoreboard tonight. Both teams are also developing their final 53-man regular season roster. NO injuries, return the Rams the favor with a road win in St. Louis, and GO COLTS!!!!!

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Greetings from TigerTown

 

 

Please No Injuries

 

Greetings!

 

2nd that on the no injury front, shame to hear that Ballard looks done. 

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I know its only preseason but the rams stadium looks pretty empty

Agree, it's a saturday night, where is everyone?

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