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Low scoring game, Mother Nature always wins. Of course I want the Colts to win, but at the same time see no injuries by both teams. I knew there is snow, but O didn’t expect the fog would have an impact on visibility in this game. NFL should have scheduled this in September!

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3 minutes ago, Gocolts-Rolltide said:

It's crazy to see how when ever we catch a ball there's a guy there... but when they catch a pass there isn't a colt within 10 yds

 

Shouldn't our guys be the ones that are difficult to see, since they are wearing all white?

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3 minutes ago, LucasOilStadium said:

Low scoring game, Mother Nature always wins. Of course I want the Colts to win, but at the same time see no injuries by both teams. I knew there is snow, but O didn’t expect the fog would have an impact on visibility in this game. NFL should have scheduled this in September!

Lol.. but buffalo would still have to play in December at  some point..

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3 minutes ago, LucasOilStadium said:

NFL should have scheduled this in September!

 

The Bills can't play all of their home games at the beginning of the season.

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Morrison knocked Peterman OUT!

 

He finally knocked out a player from the other team.

 

Melvin is somewhere thinking... Glad it's not me this time. 

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Just now, MackAttack said:

That was scary but I think it was clean. Qbs shouldn’t dive head first

 

Yeah that was a very bad idea on Peterman.

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Just now, Coltsman1788 said:

Antonio Morrison layed the hammer down on Peterman with that hit.  He's headed for the sidelines for the protocol.

 

Yeah I don’t see how Peterman is coming back from that one.

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2 minutes ago, BlueShoe said:

Morrison knocked Peterman OUT!

 

He finally knocked out a player from the other team.

 

Melvin is somewhere thinking... Glad it's not me this time. 

Starting to think half our injured guys are there due to Morrison or Green.

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Lamey:  One thing about a game like this, if you're on the defensive front seven, you're going to get a lot of tackles.

Me:  Unless you're the Colts defense.

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4 minutes ago, Coltsman1788 said:

Antonio Morrison layed the hammer down on Peterman with that hit.  Bills QB headed to the sidelines for the protocol.

 

Bill announcers wanted a penalty on that play.

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10 minutes ago, JCPatriot said:

 

Shouldn't our guys be the ones that are difficult to see, since they are wearing all white?

I don't think Brissett can see anyone.

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This would have the potential to be the difference in the game if the Colts' defense hadn't collapsed at the end of the 1st half.

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2 minutes ago, Coltsman1788 said:

Brissett holds the ball way too long. Looking like a friggin statue back there.

 

 

If they threw timing plays, the ball would come out.  but is seems receivers don't get separation enough to run timing plays.

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2 minutes ago, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

Bill announcers wanted a penalty on that play.

 

I want to throw a flag on the Bills announcers moms for not using protection. 

 

They need more snickers bars in Buffalo, because that team is going nowhere!

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Lamey:  Going down the field and trying to get the big one is probably not the play for today.

 

Does Lamey have any way to get Chuck on the phone?

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Seems to me this is typical stat lines-   Gore:  3 yds, no gain, 5 yards, -1, 8 yds, 4 yds, 1 yd, 12 yds.    Mack:  -3 yds, -4, 18, ng. -2, 23 yds , -3, 1   etc...

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Browns are up 21-7 over the Packers. 

 

Bears beating the Bengals 19-7.

 

Giants still tied with Cowboys at 10.

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2 minutes ago, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

 

If they threw timing plays, the ball would come out.  but is seems receivers don't get separation enough to run timing plays.

Well if that's the case then he should just take off with the football instead of standing there waiting for his receivers to break free while the pass rush descends upon him.

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