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Dorsett is going to be fine guys!!!! Its our joke of an OL and our joke of a GM and our joke of a OC. I'm gonna say this like a 10 year old kid would say it. Ryan Grigson is stupid. He is a stupid, stupid, stupid general manager. Oh lets not fix the OL even though it sucks. Better not sign a big name guard. It may hurt us in 5 years. Dummy.

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If anyone has any confidence whatsoever that Luck and this offense will do something positive with this field position then please say so right now.  lol

I heard crickets.  Can't say that I blame anyone because I wouldn't touch that either!  lmao


Nice drive Colts.  Come on D!

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Not dead.

But hers the thing, we've been in worse spots before, Texans...KC, but it just don't feel the same.

I really have limited confidence in the O right now. I don't like this feeling.

I feel a win. Said it to the wife before that drive.

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