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LOL. Lamey is about to lose it. 

 

That phantom TY penalty set him off. 

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1 minute ago, Imrryr said:

From top thats whats been going on all game.

That’s a cop out excuse. When the tough gets going, the Colt’s disappears. (And the offense rarely shows up)

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5 minutes ago, cgi4life said:

The D is just tired, the O has to do their part and sustain drives.

 

What? Our D has been on the field 24:44.  The Tennessee D has been on the field 29:39.  If anything, their D should be tired.  And before the titan drive the ToP difference was over 8 minutes!!  This D is tired malarkey is tired.

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Colts do exactly what they could not do - Go three and out. 

 

Colts punting back to Tennessee. 

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11 minutes ago, #12. said:

Has Brissett made a single 4th quarter drive this season?  

 

I don't care how good your surrounding team is.  If your QB can't make plays in the 4th quarter/crunch time, you won't  win. 

Nope. He doesn't do well in the pressure situations. 

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2 minutes ago, mahagga73 said:

They just got off a bye week . 

True but that has nothing to do with this game right now, they are tired, check their body language...hands on hips, getting up slow after plays and etc

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2 minutes ago, legend300 said:

Brisset can’t make a play when it’s needed.  

 

Yeah, he’s just not good.  That being said he was thrown to the wolves and someone may fork out a 4-5th rounder for him.

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1 minute ago, cgi4life said:

True but that has nothing to do with this game right now, they are tired, check their body language...hands on hips, getting up slow after plays and etc

 

Then they are out of shape wimps.  Titans D has been on the field 31 minutes and 22 seconds.  Already more than half the game!!

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Not looking good for the Colts. 

 

It is like a different team is playing the fourth quarter. 

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Too many missed open receivers,  too many penalties at the wrong time, too many missed blocks on the OL, ILB's unable to tackle if not at least 5 yards down the field.... same game, same game plan, same mistakes... same junk

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3 minutes ago, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

What? Our D has been on the field 24:44.  The Tennessee D has been on the field 29:39.  If anything, their D should be tired.  And before the titan drive the ToP difference was over 8 minutes!!  This D is tried malarkey is tired.

Football is just as emotional and mental as physical, this D is tired and frustrated because I feel they believe the O will go 3 and out again and again.

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Just now, HOF19 said:

Guarantee the tank.....Start playing Tolzien rest of the season ?

 

Why? We can make it even without him, looking like putting effort there to win...

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Just now, RockThatBlue said:

The whole team doesn't sadly. 

No the team is great but Brissett is terrible. We'd be a Super Bowl lock with Luck. 

 

Notice announcers who love to compliment the knowledge of certain teams' fan bases never seem to do that for the Colts. I wonder if they are on to something.

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6 minutes ago, Imrryr said:

Wait what.

Dont waste your time trying to understand the dude.   I group him in the "lousy fan" group.  Wish he'd switch to the Cardinals, since ges apparently from Arizona.  but he was probably kicked off their forum for the negative drivel that makes no sense:

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1 minute ago, legend300 said:

A lot of empty seats at the game. 

 

That will continue. There were tickets as cheap as 6 dollars. Tickets to high school games this weekend were more expensive. The Colts are predictable, play a decent half, get a lead, make no adjustments and get outcoached and outplayed and lose the game in the 4th. Thats been the norm under Pagano, only playing one half of football. Will be happy to see him fired finally at the end of this season.

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1 minute ago, cgi4life said:

Football is just as emotional and mental as physical, this D is tired and frustrated because I feel they believe the O will go 3 and out again and again.

 

I think they are dejected because in crunch time, the man in front of them makes a play, and they don't.  The opponent imposes their will too often.

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1 minute ago, cgi4life said:

Football is just as emotional and mental as physical, this D is tired and frustrated because I feel they believe the O will go 3 and out again and again.

Yes, the offense and defense are both Brissett's fault. Wow, some of you guys are amazing.

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Just now, GwinnettColt said:

Is this game number 6 where they had a lead and lost it in the 4th quarter?

 

I am trying not to keep track of that stat, but your're probably right. 

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1 minute ago, WoolMagnet said:

Dont waste your time trying to understand the dude.   I group him in the "lousy fan" group.  Wish he'd switch to the Cardinals, since ges apparently from Arizona.  but he was probably kicked off their forum for the negative drivel that makes no sense:

I'm trying my best to defend a young qb against all of the fools from Indiana. 

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