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8 minutes ago, BlueShoe said:

 

Not even close. 

 

He is a young quarterback with a lot of potential. 

Ok. Lol

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1 minute ago, Smoke317 said:

I’ve been in and out all game.  Has Travis done anything today?

1 target I think,. Overthrown...

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I wish Pagano would have taken the field goal more often. Too many times we have gambled, and it did not work out well for us. 

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Colts 16 Ravens 23

 

IND   BAL
First Downs 16   22
Total Yards 286   305
Passing Yards 197   206
Rushing Yards 89   99
Penalties (Yds) 2(19)   4(20)
Turnovers 0   0
Punts (AVG) 2(37)   2(32)
Time of *. 23:14   32:13

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Chud has Gore and Mack, but doesn't give them any carries when there's still a lot of time on the clock. He's just a bad play caller, and a big reason for the all the losses this year and last.

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Coming into today’s game, Doyle needed 6 receptions to tie Dallas Clark for the most receptions by a TE in a single season. Any idea how many he has tonight?

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1 minute ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

If we had Luck that drive would've been a TD. I cant wait for next year.

Half (or more)  of these field goals are TDs if Andrew is here...but I guess I;m 'Mr. Obvious' saying that

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I definitely think he was the unnamed player in the Kravitz article that said he was tired of Chuck’s dumb decisions.

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Just now, Smoke317 said:

I’m mad Vinny gonna miss out on that half a million in incentives...

Knowing Irsay he will probably write him a check for it since his misses were in bad weather.

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Just now, Btown_Colt said:

Coming into today’s game, Doyle needed 6 receptions to tie Dallas Clark for the most receptions by a TE in a single season. Any idea how many he has tonight?

Never mind I see it now. 2 to tie and 3to set a new record.

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5 minutes ago, oldunclemark said:

TY...still 'The Man'

 

Yep. He moved into 4th all time (Colts receptions) on that last drive. 

 

He passed Dallas Clark. 

 

Player Seasons Rec Yds Avg Lg TD
Marvin Harrison 1996-08 1,102 14,580 13.23 80t 128
Reggie Wayne 2001-14 1,070 14,345 13.41 80 82
Raymond Berry 1955-67 631 9,275 14.70 70t 68
Dallas Clark 2003-11 427 4,887 11.45 80t 46
T.Y. Hilton 2012-17 422 6,713 15.91 87t 34
Bill Brooks 1986-92 411 5,818 14.16 84t 28
Lenny Moore 1956-67 363 6,039 16.64 82t 48

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1 minute ago, Btown_Colt said:

Coming into today’s game, Doyle needed 6 receptions to tie Dallas Clark for the most receptions by a TE in a single season. Any idea how many he has tonight?

I'm guessing '4'..dont know where I got that from

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1 minute ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

Knowing Irsay he will probably write him a check for it since his misses were in bad weather.

That would be cool.

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Just now, oldunclemark said:

I'm guessing '4'..dont know where I got that from

Yea I seen it after I posted it. It was in the stat update that Blueshoe posted.

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1 minute ago, BlueShoe said:

 

Yep. He moved into 4th all time (Colts receiving yards) on that last drive. 

 

He passed Dallas Clark. 

 

Player Seasons Rec Yds Avg Lg TD
Marvin Harrison 1996-08 1,102 14,580 13.23 80t 128
Reggie Wayne 2001-14 1,070 14,345 13.41 80 82
Raymond Berry 1955-67 631 9,275 14.70 70t 68
Dallas Clark 2003-11 427 4,887 11.45 80t 46
T.Y. Hilton 2012-17 422 6,713 15.91 87t 34
Bill Brooks 1986-92 411 5,818 14.16 84t 28
Lenny Moore 1956-67 363 6,039 16.64 82t 48

128 TDs is ridiculous

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Marv was on another level.  Maybe the best hands ever and most certainly one of the better route runners too.

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