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Just now, oldunclemark said:

Our posessions are awfully short

CBS put up a stat a few mins ago that said the Broncos' average play goes for 9.1 yards while our average play goes for 3.2 yards.  Can't sustain drives like that.

 

Just now, SteelCityColt said:

 

Me neither... dangerous.

Still almost completed it though, but yeah, that's a risky throw.

 

OL look like they're on rollerskates on some of these plays.

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Just now, 2006Coltsbestever said:

3-3 after the first. Not a bad quarter overall.

Yep

 Just gotta hope our D can stay in this game. We need them

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Hmm on the balance of play 3-3 is a huge result coming out that 1st Qtr. O regressed again after that first drive.

 

AC out again.. not good new.

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Just now, bluebombers87 said:

I guess holds aren't called anymore?

You didn't watch Tennessee and Detroit then, lol. 

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1 minute ago, Mr.Debonair said:

This defense is GOD awful

Missing 9 starters.... what did you expect

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Is Monachino really not intelligent enough to know he is dealing with a rookie QB in his second game and that its wise to mix u blitzes? Ever since that Mike Adams blitz that worked great its been nothin. He is content to let him have all day to throw it appears

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  we have to get some first downs to give the "d' some rest..

 

just have to

Just now, Gavin said:

Is Monachino really not intelligent enough to know he is dealing with a rookie QB in his second game and that its wise to mix u blitzes? Ever since that Mike Adams blitz that worked great its been nothin

Cant blitz a ton...they throw that little WR screen to DT and he runs for 50

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It's not going to matter by the time these guys get healthy. Something's wrong when you have half the team out before the first damn game.

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