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There we have it.   

 

Between not getting much going with the offense, a spongy defense at times, and that crucial bad call, it's been a long, tough day for Indy.

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Luck just ain’t that dude right now. We had plenty of chances to win this one and couldn’t put the ball in the end zone.  We deserve the L today...sadly. 

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Just now, coming on strong said:

luck is  a bust we need to move on he is 30 hasnt done anything can we admit he is overrated now

Hes not 30 though.

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1 minute ago, Aluckiswolverine said:

Horrible play calling again 

What was so bad about the play calling on that drive???

REALLY??

SERIOUSLY??

 

They started the drive on their own 11.

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That last play... embodies the colts the last several years.  Tipping... tipping... tipping... aaaaand fall.

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5 minutes ago, lance_m8 said:

luck wont run idk y he used to just take off truck a guy and score i dont want him hurt but still we need a win

 

He ran for a 1st down in this game.

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1 minute ago, coming on strong said:

luck is  a bust we need to move on he is 30 hasnt done anything can we admit he is overrated now

I'm sure there is plenty of room on the Eagles bandwagon if you're interested.....

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I really wish the refs made sure we won when we were the home team. How come we never get to benefit from the absolute crap fest that is NFL officiating, at least not in the way in the Eagles did today

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1 minute ago, needanoline63 said:

Haha like I said pathetic 

 

I don't think you understand what being done with this game means.

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TY would have been open if he was on a route to the close pylon not back shoulder i wouldve had ebron or grant out there

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Just now, JCPatriot said:

 

I don't think you understand what being done with this game means.

hahaha...20 minutes from now I'll probably still be laughing, haha.

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Just now, NewEra said:

Lol Ebron can't catch a ball wide open

Guess the Lions were right...

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