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Well it looks like there's no problem with Lucks arm strength, lol.  He almost over threw that.  Great play though and a very bad botch by Jags CB.

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1 minute ago, Smoke317 said:

Dorsett 2 targets. 1 catch for 60+ yard touchdown.... why don't we get this guy more targets????

deep coverage all day..they've dared us to run

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Just now, Gabriel Alexander Morillo said:

Sigh... another week of people thinking dorsett wasn't a waste of a pick and being okay with our teams failures. 

Still would have love to pick a defensive stud with that pick. 

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1 minute ago, James Harden said:

hey watching this game...makes you go insane 

Even if the Colts win, which I hope they don't, this is still a bad roster led by a bad coach all under the supervision of a bad owner.  Win or lose, saying Pagano, Grigson, and Irsay need to go is no overreaction

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1 minute ago, James Harden said:

hey watching this game...makes you go insane 

Even if the Colts win, which I hope they don't, this is still a bad roster led by a bad coach all under the supervision of a bad owner.  Win or lose, saying Pagano, Grigson, and Irsay need to go is no overreaction

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Just now, Malakai432 said:

Well it looks like there's no problem with Lucks arm strength, lol.  He almost over threw that.  Great play though and a very bad botch by Jags CB.

I thought he did

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Pinned them deep, still have 3x timeouts left.  If they play soft I'm going to be highly ###########)-off

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Just now, 21isSuperman said:

Even if the Colts win, which I hope they don't, this is still a bad roster led by a bad coach all under the supervision of a bad owner.  Win or lose, saying Pagano, Grigson, and Irsay need to go is no overreaction

I doubt Pagano will bring any of that up?

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Just now, James Harden said:

Pagano after the game: This team have grit. They never quit. We just kept chopping wood. 

 

You know that's coming, and also "It's soooooooooooooooooo hard to win in the NFL.  Every games a dog fight."

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Just now, James Harden said:

Pagano after the game: This team have grit. They never quit. We just kept chopping wood. 

 

Lol......win or lose he will say this garble.

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jAGS often blow it late like last week should of won, just like  now 1st play  going out of bounds after a,  1 yard gain

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