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Just now, NBColtsFanatic said:

Come on Tennessee please help lol

Last I looked it was 7-0 Texans. Tennessee fumbled on their opening drive and the Texans scored off of it. I don't see them helping us.

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Just now, JRnINDY said:

Was that our longest run from scrimmage this year?

Probably, I don't remember a longer one.

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Just now, 2006Coltsbestever said:

Last I looked it was 7-0 Texans. Tennessee fumbled on their opening drive and the Texans scored off of it. I don't see them helping us.

It now 10-0

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1 minute ago, Nadine said:

it's up now.

Sorry we have been having technical difficulties

Wasn't sure I was going to be here(Setting up new IPad)

but 

looks like it was not on my side

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Just now, chad hugo said:

He has 43 yards...

Could have swore it said 75 yards on the t.v

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2 minutes ago, twfish said:

Come one gore 25 more yards and you got 100

How.... he has 43 currently 

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