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So funny..   Andrew was about to throw a block and he seemed to be saying.."Wait a minute..What am I doing????"

Could Vinitieri be the best Colt free agent pickup of all tme?      

First NFL Game Day  of the regular season has finally arrived, Colts fans!     Our Indianapolis Colts begin both their 66th regular season, and also 35th year in the City Of Indianapolis, in the NFL. 

2 minutes ago, James said:

Luck trying to force it.

 

Thought he would have learned it by now.

 

Was only 2nd down and we had three sure point. Dont try to fit it in there!

That's what is so frustrating.  Luck is a very smart man, but continues to make the same bad decisions.

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6 minutes ago, Turftoe said:

That's what is so frustrating.  Luck is a very smart man, but continues to make the same bad decisions.

Well...you certainly aren’t blind with what you have seen from him over his career thus far.  That said it will take him sometime to find his groove coming back from injury. 

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