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Thanks for coming back for another NFL Gameday, Colts Nation! Our Indianapolis Colts are down south in Nashville to play the Tennessee Titans, Colts will try to win their seventh straight game over the Titans, and were 6-0 over AFC South opponents in 2014, No injuries, and GO COLTS!!!!!

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I know we try to believe that every game is important, but fans what us to have the same efficiency against playoff teams, not just the AFC South.  We are going to be really tested in Week 6 and so on.  As of now, week 3-5 is pointless and is considered a warm-up or "finding ourselves."  Although Jaguars and Texans Defense has improved.

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Colts win 23-17 is my final prediction, I'll stick with that. We wont roll until next week but will look much better this week running the ball and protecting the ball. I would prefer we open it up and win 34-10 but I don't see that.

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I'm looking for a win tomorrow, but more importantly I want to see better play calling and better execution from all the players on the field.  I feel we can bring home the win and start a run :)  GOOOOO Colts !!!

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Here we go, boys.  Let's get our first win of the season here.  Let's see some bold predictions!

 

Colts: Frank Gore runs for 100+ yards

Titans: Delanie Walker gets 150+ yards receiving

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Since I was WAAAY off on my predictions last week, let's see if I can do better today (aside from the final score)

 

Colts: TY goes off 100 plus yards, 2 touchdowns

Colts: Andrew throws three touchdowns and a pick

Colts: We get out first rushing touchdown of the year by Tyler Varga

Titans: Dorial Green Bekham goes for 100 yards plus TD

Titans: Bishop Sankey has a pair of scores

Titans: Mariota throws for 300 plus yards.

 

Last two week I predicted the Colts would win, and we lost. So this time, imma predict we lose. 31-28 Titans (if we win, thank me later)

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Pep, Luck: Convince me you have changed and have learned from your mistakes.

I don't want to see an ugly game on our side, but more importantly, I want to see the victory.

Bring it home, boys!!

 

No Toler again, so Brown, Patterson & company have to step it up.

Go Colts, all day, every day!

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he played like a Rook last week

Yeah, that was a pretty rough game.  I'm all for that again.

We should be able to generate some pressure up the middle, and hopefully we

can disguise our blitz packages enough.

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