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1 minute ago, RockThatBlue said:

We might finish this game with more injuries than points.

Honestly that's what's gonna concern me the most coming out of this game. Already lost what....2or3 guys. Doesn't look like the injury curse has left us yet. Injuries piling up....yet again.

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2 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

That's how you burn the blitz! I have been waiting on a screen like that for a long while!

Yep..Chud had a little response for the Bills there.

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Bray needs a lot of work as a receiver. Hope they keep him because of his returning skills though.

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3 minutes ago, weslo1812 said:

Honestly that's what's gonna concern me the most coming out of this game. Already lost what....2or3 guys. Doesn't look like the injury curse has left 

Saw someone post on Instagram TY tore his meniscus, but I've yet to see anything confirming this. So I'm calling nonsense until then. 

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Just now, RockThatBlue said:

A screen play? Someone tell Pep thats how you do it.

 

Don't mention he-who-must-not-be-named.

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Just now, Indyfan4life said:

Saw someone post on Instagram TY tore his meniscus, but I've yet to see anything confirming this. So I'm calling nonsense until then. 

 

The last play he was in he caught a ball just out of bounds, stopped himself at the water table on the sideline and had his head down in pain. He did look hurt, and he didn't return. Hopefully it's nothing, but it isn't unfounded...

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1 minute ago, Andrew Luck's Beard said:

No defensive holding streak still stands.

 

Butler isn't in the game now. (There's a pattern here...)

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Glad to see Chud recognize he has to get Tolzien in a rhythm in the game and comfortable. Just to bad it took him almost 2 full quarters to recognize it. Should have came out doing it. Need to start that way in the 3rd quarter. Get some easy quick completions 5-7 yard passes to start this 3rd quarter to get Tolzien settled back in and then open it up some from there. Lets not make it more difficult than it is. Use the middle of the field

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Just now, Gavin said:

Glad to see Chud recognize he has to get Tolzien in a rhythm in the game and comfortable. Just to bad it took him almost 2 full quarters to recognize it. Should have came out doing it. Need to start that way in the 3rd quarter. Get some easy quick completions 5-7 yard passes to start this 3rd quarter to get Tolzien settled back in and then open it up some from there. Lets not make it more difficult than it is. Use the middle of the field

 

Chuck has said no more Tolzein. Morris to take over 2nd half.

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Well we started out kinda slow, but nice to see them tie it up at half time.  Just hoping for no more injuries and to see what all the new players can do !!!

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27 minutes ago, weslo1812 said:

Honestly that's what's gonna concern me the most coming out of this game. Already lost what....2or3 guys. Doesn't look like the injury curse has left us yet. Injuries piling up....yet again.

Can we stop acting like every injury is a torn ACL?  NFL, guys get dinged.  Hell, the Bills already have lost their first two draft picks to injury.

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14 minutes ago, BOTT said:

Can we stop acting like every injury is a torn ACL?  NFL, guys get dinged.  Hell, the Bills already have lost their first two draft picks to injury.

Knee injuries often don't dont turn out well. Also I never said he's probably out for the season or that it was a torn ACL...just I don't like the sound of knee injury. So calm down!!!

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Thompson with some real good pressure forcing Jones to step up in the pocket. He almost got the sack. He got a hand on Jones

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Whoa whoa don't every post at once I can't keep up with everything here...

 

I will say it's so nice to see Coltsball back on the tv :)

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11 minutes ago, weslo1812 said:

Knee injuries often don't dont turn out well. Also I never said he's probably out for the season or that it was a torn ACL...just I don't like the sound of knee injury. So calm down!!!

Calm down?  You are the only one using examination marks.

 

Players are constantly getting minor knee injuries.

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So if you go back and watch game Hilton grabs his hammy early then goes back out and plays and really hurts it pretty dumb.

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Okine! The talk of whether or not he can play OLB should come to a stop after this game. Thompson has also had a couple nice moments. I might go back and watch this game but part of me does not want to subject myself to watching this again

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