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4 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

Allen's drop was costly, freakin ridiculous. What a lucky INT.

 

I wish someone tracked how many such INTs Luck has thrown, passes that were dropped by his own guy then picked off after. I think it would be a much higher number than most QBs, I believe it happened twice in one playoff game against New England. 

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Just now, BProland85 said:

What happened to running crossing routes for Hilton and Dorsett? That seems to take advantage of their speed. 

We have the quickest trio in the league but god forbid we take a page out of new england's playbook and dink and dunk down the field considering our line can't block for more than 1.5 seconds.

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