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2 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

Hello number 72, fancy seeing you here.

Back in the day when The Simpsons was still funny

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Gore sold that with his nonchalent "my part in this play is done" before breaking out for the pass. 

 

Wildcat?

 

3 and outs?

 

Sacks?

 

WTH?

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Just now, 21isSuperman said:

What's with the sudden infatuation with the wildcat?

 

I don't know but it seems to work thus far when they use it lol.

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Just now, shakedownstreet said:

next thing you know, jack doyle will throw a TD to luck

 

I'd buy that for a dollar!

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2 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

Gore sold that with his nonchalent "my part in this play is done" before breaking out for the pass. 

 

Wildcat?

 

3 and outs?

 

Sacks?

 

WTH?

Yeah, Gore did a great job selling that play.

 

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1 minute ago, Tsarquise said:

Wow, this is, hands down, the best start of any game this season! Impressive. 

Best start of a game in the Pagano era period. When was the last time we started a game up 14-0 in the first quarter???? Usually it's the other way around.

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1 minute ago, shakedownstreet said:

next thing you know, jack doyle will throw a TD to luck

 

I want to see the AC eligible receiver play again... just for the awkward TD dance.

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Just now, 2006Coltsbestever said:

We are finally looking like the team I had going 10-6

 

Well, they gotta keep it up all game and hopefully they will then everyone can go back to shutting up about the Titans.  lol

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Just an observation but each of McAfee's kick offs have only gone as far as like the 5 yard line (as compared to him usually kicking them out of the end zone)...is that purposeful to force the titans to return and potentially not get back to the 25?

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1 minute ago, masnerj said:

Just an observation but each of McAfee's kick offs have only gone as far as like the 5 yard line (as compared to him usually kicking them out of the end zone)...is that purposeful to force the titans to return and potentially not get back to the 25?

Yes.

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1 minute ago, masnerj said:

Just an observation but each of McAfee's kick offs have only gone as far as like the 5 yard line (as compared to him usually kicking them out of the end zone)...is that purposeful to force the titans to return and potentially not get back to the 25?

 

Yeah that's what I was thinking also, or maybe to force a turnover.

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