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1 minute ago, Smoke317 said:

Last year there were some high school level broadcasting issues...

 

Yep and they're picking up right where they left off too. 

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Our tackles gotta get better. AC might be all we got...

Just now, lance_m8 said:

wishing mingo was still rocking the shoe

Me too. I liked him a lot. Played hard and fast. Like on that last play...

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I still don't ge why we didn't resign Mingo. Looked solid as an off ball LB and is really fast. Would've fit perfectly with the new scheme.

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Just now, lance_m8 said:

wishing mingo was still rocking the shoe

 

I would have liked to see him at SAM in the 4-3. I think he would rock it out. 

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5 minutes ago, BlueShoe said:

 

I can understand having a bad day, but this crew is batting about .500 in preseason games. 

 

It's terrible. They should be ashamed of their work. Venturi is a good analyst and deserves to be on a team with a better technical crew.  

 

On the bright side, their commercials are coming through crystal clear....

Still better than listening to Don Fisher butcher everyones names.

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Big mistake by McKissick(some?)

Just now, Boiler_Colt said:

Still better than listening to Don Fisher butcher everyones names.

Yes

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Get well AC, we need you on opening day :thmup:. Colts lead 9-7 at Seattle at the Half. I like what I have seen for the most part. Both teams played their starters for a while and now the backups and we won the 1st Half. Luck looked sharp and healthy as well.

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It doesn’t even seem like Adam kicks very hard anymore...  It’s like he just lobs em up there.  On target & with just the right amount of leg...  Looks effortless. 

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1 minute ago, PrincetonTiger said:

Someone on the right side of the FG team got destroyed 

 

I think it was Jeremy Vujnovich.

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1 minute ago, Boiler_Colt said:

Still better than listening to Don Fisher butcher everyones names.

Terrible. I thought I was the only one to notice that. 

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2 minutes ago, Boiler_Colt said:

Still better than listening to Don Fisher butcher everyones names.

 

LOL.

 

I would rather have a clear feed. :D 

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1 minute ago, BlueShoe said:

 

I think it was Jeremy Vujnovich.

Not surprised. 

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1 minute ago, Coltsman1788 said:

Colts Football is back guys. Feels great! :D

I like what I see. Our D will be bad at times but we are in rebuild mode. It will be better than last year. With Luck back I can see 9-7 or so.

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Well it's halftime. Andrew looked good. He quieted a lot of people tonight. 

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AC needs to stay healthy or Andrew is in trouble. Like what I saw from Luck, some nice play calling on those drives as well. Im concerned for our running game though. 

 

As for the defense..... well ive seen that movie before.

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The AFC South may be the best Division in Football this season with Luck healthy and if Watson and Watt are healthy for Houston. Never thought I would say that.

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3 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

I like what I see. Our D will be bad at times but we are in rebuild mode. It will be better than last year. With Luck back I can see 9-7 or so.

I think that’s a reasonable expectation. I can see anywhere between 7-9 wins this year depending on how the ball bounces for us.  

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Half time Stats 

 

Luck 6/9 64 Yards 

Brissett 5/7 32 Yards 

 

 

Turbin 6 Carries 27 Yards 

Michael 2 Carries 13 Yards 

Mack 4 Carries 9 Yards 

A. Luck 1 Carry 1 Yard 

 

Mack 2 Rec 23 Yards

Turbin 2 Rec 18 Yards

Brent 2 Rec 18 Yards 

Rogers 2 Rec 16 Yards 

Doyle 1 Rec 9 Yards 

Hilton 1 Rec 8 Yards 

Cain 1 Rec 4 Yards 

 

Vinatieri 3/3 FG 

Sanchez 1 Punt for 47 Yards Inside the 20 

 

Skai Moore and Leonard with 4 tackles 

Simon with 1.5 Sacks 

Autry with 0.5 Sacks 

Hairston with 1 INT 

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1 minute ago, Caleb3502 said:

Half time Stats 

 

Luck 6/9 64 Yards 

Brissett 5/7 32 Yards 

 

 

Turbin 6 Carries 27 Yards 

Michael 2 Carries 13 Yards 

Mack 4 Carries 9 Yards 

A. Luck 1 Carry 1 Yard 

 

Mack 2 Rec 23 Yards

Turbin 2 Rec 18 Yards

Brent 2 Rec 18 Yards 

Rogers 2 Rec 16 Yards 

Doyle 1 Rec 9 Yards 

Hilton 1 Rec 8 Yards 

Cain 1 Rec 4 Yards 

 

Vinatieri 3/3 FG 

Sanchez 1 Punt for 47 Yards Inside the 20 

 

Skai Moore and Leonard with 4 tackles 

Simon with 1.5 Sacks 

Autry with 0.5 Sacks 

Hairston with 1 INT 

Great stuff!

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simon and sheard seem to play well together, the Dline was looking pretty good for a min there

 

 

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Should be the Wilkins, Michael and Hines show in the 2nd half

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1 minute ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

Colts D holds Mr McGoo and the Seahawks LOL

How many times has heard or read a joke based on his name

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5 minutes ago, aaron11 said:

simon and sheard seem to play well together, the Dline was looking pretty good for a min there

 

 

The Vets did show some nice get off didn’t they?  Wasn’t against RW though...  But still was quick pressure. 

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2 minutes ago, PrincetonTiger said:

Seattle could be in trouble if RW gets hurt

Without him they would stink. 3 years ago they would've been ok with Lynch and a dominating Defense, now not so much. 

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The backup OL is not gelling

Just now, 2006Coltsbestever said:

Without him they would stink. 3 years ago they would've been ok with Lynch and a dominating Defense, now not so much. 

Agreed

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