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Have Sunday Ticket to watch the Colts but for today, I'm recording it so I can watch the Vikings.  Watching my beloved Colts has become a chore lately....

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1 minute ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

I want us to win too but a lot in here don't because of the reasons I gave.

ya no denying we need all the help we can get for the future

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Just now, 2006Coltsbestever said:

That is a great question? I was wondering the same thing. Let me get Lamey on the horn!

Lamey will tell you all about it.

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It's amazing we cannot seal off the edge against anybody it's pathetic for an NFL team not to be able to seal the edge

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2 minutes ago, Ameche58 said:

Have Sunday Ticket to watch the Colts but for today, I'm recording it so I can watch the Vikings.  Watching my beloved Colts has become a chore lately....

We will be Good next season. I have already accepted this is a lost season. We will get Luck back, have a new Coach and another Draft. Next season will be redemption time IMO.

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That Fake Punt was so poorly covered, I could've thrown that pass with my sister running that route! That was just a lob pass like playing pass in the back yard.

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I would give it to Gore every down, seriously.  

 

At this point, what are you saving him for?

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Mack is going to be a fantastic back for several years. He's a rookie and he is going to make mistakes 

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I think it was smart to get the zero off the board. Getting nothing there would have been very self-defeating

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5 minutes ago, indyagent17 said:

Mack is going to be a fantastic back for several years. He's a rookie and he is going to make mistakes 

 

He just needs to be used properly.  McDaniels or a good OC could create one hell of a weekly package with him.  Get the ball in his hands in space.

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3 minutes ago, #12. said:

 

He just needs to be used properly.  McDaniels or a good OC could create one hell of a weekly package with him.  Get the ball in his hands in space.

Basham gets a sack.

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