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Regardless of the fact that Pat missing that field goal I'm glad Chuck gave the go ahead to attempt it. Pat easily has the leg to make that field goal. He just struck it wrong or tried to keep it on line so maybe he took off some of the power. He certainly has the leg

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1 minute ago, \m/COLTS\m/ said:

Definitely made it interesting....looks like we may have a few position battles....especially Tolzien/Morris.

I thought ol Pat would nail it actually, he is capable of probably kicking a 60 yarder. Kicking and Punting is different but that sucker was on line but anything over 60 Yards is tough for any kicker.

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2 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

I thought ol Pat would nail it actually, he is capable of probably kicking a 60 yarder. Kicking and Punting is different but that sucker was on line but anything over 60 Yards is tough for any kicker.

He's made it from further away, although not under pressure.

 

 

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