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Just now, coltsfansince65 said:

Why don't we run more screens????

 

I have been asking that for about 6 years now. 

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If that was a catch, then it was a hell of a catch by Moncrief. 

 

*** Replay looks good to me. I think it's a catch. 

 

*** Play stands on the field. First and 10 at the Tennessee 9 yard line. 

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Brissett is sacked, AGAIN!

 

He has to learn to throw that away.

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Chance to tie it up. 

 

AV is coming on the field. 

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We are tied 6 All.

 

Game stats are starting to lean towards the Colts. However, the sacks we are giving up is concerning. 

 

2:07 remaining in the first half. 

 

TEN   IND
First Downs 5   8
Total Yards 109   109
Passing Yards 98   73
Rushing Yards 11   36
Penalties (Yds) 2(15)   3(20)
Turnovers 1   0
Punts (AVG) 0(0)   2(46)
Time of *. 11:05   16:48

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30 minutes ago, Tony6759 said:

No he's not okay as long as we keep making excuses for him cuz we're going to actually believe he's a quarterback in the NFL he's not

 

 The guy has over 2100 yds passing 9 tds 5 int playing with our "team".

 He has given me every reason to believe he could become a very good pocket QB.

 Some folks just can't comprehend what they are seeing.

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11 minutes ago, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

I didn't see the play, but it is full legal for a defender to grab/jam/hold a receiver within the first 5 yards beyond the  line of scrimmage.  That means a defender could do that until Doyle reached the 3 (if the LOS was the 8).

Not if ball is in the air you can’t.

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2 minutes ago, B~Town said:

who is cb 1 and 2 now

 

Kenny Moore is filling in for Melvin. 

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Hairston with the PICK!!!!

 

Butler tipped it and Hairston hauled it in. 

 

Colts are in business at the Tennessee 34. 

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4 minutes ago, Malakai432 said:

Tie ball game!!  I think the Colts are going to win this one.

 

I'm reserving judgment until the time between the end of the fourth quarter and post-game interview. 

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2 minutes ago, IndySouthsider said:

Why is the guy trashing Brissett?

 

Not sure what guy you're talking about. I am not for anyone trashing Brissett. In all fairness, he is damn near a rookie, and he is leaning on the fly. 

 

That said, he does need to start throwing some of these passes away. He is taking way too many sacks, and some of them are on him. 

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