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I think Hasselbeck needs to come in...Luck needs to sit and gather himself.

Yeah, Matt is pretty good at mixing runs and short passes and moving the chains and getting first downs.

If the D keeps playing well, this would be a winnable game.

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Reminder

Everything Will Be Okay

Not if the Colts continue to play bad fundamentally unsound football it won't. Team can't get out of their own way.

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He is a very underrated QB.

I like how he's developing.  He's reading defenses, making audibles, really taking control of everything.

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I think the problems boils down to utterly horrible play designs. Yup, Luck is executing poorly, but he's being put in bad situations with the five step drops and mid to deep routes. It's just god awful offensive design. Enough already!

Yep. Nothing about the offense will look good if the routes don't make sense.

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The good news:

 

Even with a loss tonight, we are still in first place in the AFC South.

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I won't give up hope.

 

And I also can't really bash the guy since I like him too much.

I never feel bad for ant NFL players because they make millions of dollars.  But Luck is such a likeable guy....  I feel bad for him... he is trying so hard.

 

I am not worried about him though, frustrated yeah.. but it is certainly not Kaepernick panic level...

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If your just going to stand around watching and not block at least your available to fall on a fumble.

Last two play calls should be the extent of our throwing basically...just different variations.

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The panthers really haven't done much when they start from their 20. If only luck could get in the game

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We are down 10 vs. an offense we can handle.

 

I won't give up hope till this game is finished.

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I'm starting a drinking game for each time our offense has holding penalties.

Just don't drive after that game you will be intoxicated to say the least.

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