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i love all the complaining about the win. heaven forbid we just enjoy ourselves and let the colts worry about the rest

 

Yeah it was ugly but my Sunday just got SOOOO much better.

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This weekend was hard. My college team went to overtime and now my NFL team did. I need a long shower and nap right about now.

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This team is going nowhere. I don't think there's much doubt Pagano is gone after this season. But Irsay won't get rid of his pet Grigson.

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Colts could've put up much more points on the board.  I think if they can utilize the offense they did today with Luck in the mix, it should be highly effective.

 

I'm done with garbage 5-7 step drop backs.............

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Cardiac Colts indeed. Divine intervention saved us today. Lot of work to do, beginning with Pep's dismissal. We have so much talent; just need to utilize it more effectively.

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Colts could've put up much more points on the board.  I think if they can utilize the offense they did today with Luck in the mix, it should be highly effective.

 

I'm done with garbage 5-7 step drop backs.............

Maybe a little less telegraphing plays too...

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Hasselbeck did allright. He didn't do anything to lose the game, made a play or two that helped win it. He did what he was supposed to do. Game should have been over in regulation. Defense is doing allright keeping points off the board. Gore has had 2 huge momentum changing fumbles without hardly being hit now. Not helping his cause for more carries.

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I'm going to church this afternoon. God is obviously a lover of blue.

If that was true pep & pagano wouldn't be on our coaching staff. Lol

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The Colts are a bad team

They are average and the stats and lack of wins outside the division reflect that.

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After today id say its a Gold Medal!!!

in the special olympics...

Ohh come on. Considering what Hasselbeck is at this point, you know....being a 40 year old backup, he did fine today.

It was an ugly win but take it and move on.

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I kid, i kid...

i really like Hasselbeck, & thought he actually played well, take away a few drops from Gore, AJ, & the 2nd goalline fumble from Gore, & Hasselbecks performance looks much better...

I'll definitely take the W & be happy at 2-2...

Heres hoping that Luck can apply some of what was working for the O today moving forward...

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A relentless and patient win earned in overtime by our Colts won in overtime 16-13. More anxious and suspense, and longer than a Colts game in regulation, but I can still safely say we can accept this win today, players, coaches and fans included, any opportunity we can take. While I and the rest of the Colts fans, and the players themselves are savor in this overtime win over the Jaguars, the Colts coaching staff begin their game preparation and game plan the next opponent, the Houston Texans.

 

Colts may face an angry Texans team on Thursday Night, as they suffered a 48-21 road game blowout to the Atlanta Falcons also on Sunday.. Colts will enjoy this win in the next few days, before they play the Texans on the road in Houston. Hopefully Andrew Luck's shoulder injury has healed and he is cleared by the team doctors to play. Let's enjoy this win with the time we have. Colts also accomplished to make season record to 2-2 entering Thursday Night. We will see you back here Thursday Night, as our Colts try to win #14 in Houston. Thank you everyone again for participating here in the Colts Game Day Thread, stay Colts Strong, and GO COLTS!!!!!!

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