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Good ole Dwayne Allen. Mr "I'm a wuss and hurt all the time, but when I do play I drop balls on big 3rd downs". "But the fans love me because I can block a little bit" I'm tired of this with him. Anybody with any sense knew we should have kept Fleener over Allen. Fleener may not be what we thought he would be, but he's still a really good receiving TE and would have made that play!!!

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Just now, COLTS449 said:

Good ole Dwayne Allen. Mr "I'm a wuss and hurt all the time, but when I do play I drop balls on big 3rd downs". "But the fans love me because I can block a little bit" I'm tired of this with him. Anybody with any sense knew we should have kept Fleener over Allen. Fleener may not be what we thought he would be, but he's still a really good receiving TE and would have made that play!!!

I said that all season and off season. Allen is worthless

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Just now, James said:

Ugh, Vinny. Momentum killer. Should have went for it on 4th down. Watch the Titans get points now. 

 

Should have been 24-0. 

 

 

WE could have made 1 yard the way we're running..and we'd have left them on the same yard line had we failed.

28-0 is 4 scores..24-0 is still 3.....

I agree with you.

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