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Just now, ColtsBlueFL said:

That shows something... desire to run on 2nd down after getting little on first down.

 

Welp... a pick.

Michael stopped his route

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Just now, SanDiegoColt8 said:

Not a good throw.

Hated the play calling. Two runs with michael and then a bad throw. Should have run it with wilkins

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Doesn't look like the receivers are getting separation.  Hard to tell from the TV, but I it doesn't look like anyone is getting separation.

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Just now, Cynjin said:

Doesn't look like the receivers are getting separation.  Hard to tell from the TV, but I it doesn't look like anyone is getting separation.

Agreed

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Just now, TheGreatManning18Fan said:

That int wasn't Lucks fault!

He will disagree with you on that .

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41 minutes ago, WoolMagnet said:

I'm a lil worried about Andrew in this one.

The Ravens are gonna be head-hunting and Costanzo and Good are out.  I hope we stick a TE on the left side the WHOLE game.

as Forest's girl  Jenny would say...: "Run Andrew Run!"

protectin from our inexperienced RBs concerns me too.

Not sure where he was going on that pick.

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1 minute ago, TheGreatManning18Fan said:

That int wasn't Lucks fault!

Luck forced it. He could of ran out of bounds or thrown it away and it cost us 3 points. Definitely his fault.

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1 minute ago, TheGreatManning18Fan said:

That int wasn't Lucks fault!

 

True. But it looks bad on the stat sheet.  And lack of points on scoreboard.

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1 minute ago, TheGreatManning18Fan said:

That int wasn't Lucks fault!

LOL, who threw it?

 

Nobody was open, he should have just threw it away. That looked like the typical dumb int he would throw at crucial times during the Pagano era

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2 minutes ago, Jared Cisneros said:

Luck forced it. He could of ran out of bounds or thrown it away and it cost us 3 points. Definitely his fault.

The receiver stopped. I agree he forced it but the receiver gave up on the play and didn't even fight to break it up!

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Ridgeway with a SOLID stop! He's looking good this preseason.

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It’s crazy that we go from one of the most dynamic edge rushing duos in nfl history to not being able to generate any pass rush. Thank goodness for Simon. 

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Evening fellow Colts fans !!!  Hoping for a good game tonite and no more injuries.

 

GOOOO Colts !!!

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1 minute ago, BlackPanther said:

Simon!

Simon is a beast. Cant wait to see turay and lewis when they get healthy

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3 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

You guys have to remember TY isn't playing so he is without his best WR in that situation but it was still a bad throw.

He's suppose to be an elite qb. Gotta help the other guys raise their gm. 

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3 minutes ago, TheGreatManning18Fan said:

The receiver stopped. I agree he forced it but the receiver gave up on the play and didn't even fight to break it up!

These decisions still affect the outcome of the game though. Lots of games are decided by 3 points. The difference between a win and loss can be 3 points, same with a loss or a tie. We can't afford to make those mistakes in the regular season when our defense is so young.

Nice catch Doyle!

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