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Just now, SteelCityColt said:

It’s the hope that kills you...

Exactly...which is why I am numb right now to all of this...at least for now.  Lol

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Honestly... of everything today, win or lose, that throw to TY has made me feel much better. 

 

Get the line healthy and let’s see what he can do.

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Just now, oldunclemark said:

..the pick gets rest for our defense, too..

....mustsget at least 3

 

I want 8 and I’m entitled to it.

Just now, oldunclemark said:

NE 38, Miami 0

 Bears 45, Tampa 3

 

The Fitzmagic ran out huh?

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4 minutes ago, lance_m8 said:

luck to TY deep ball is what we all miss still confused on that grounding call

 

We needed a deep ball, I think.  I'm hoping that play will make them stretch their secondary downfield somewhat and soften the coverage somewhat on the shorter passes.  I'm listening on the radio so I can't see anything, but it sounds like Houston has been playing pretty tight coverage on the shorter passes and softer on the deep passes, basically daring the Indy offense to throw it deep.  Hopefully, this makes them adjust their coverage some.

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1 minute ago, JCPatriot said:

 

We needed a deep ball, I think.  I'm hoping that play will make them stretch their secondary downfield somewhat and soften the coverage somewhat on the shorter passes.  I'm listening on the radio so I can't see anything, but it sounds like Houston has been playing pretty tight coverage on the shorter passes and softer on the deep passes, basically daring the Indy offense to throw it deep.  Hopefully, this makes them adjust their coverage some.

Houston has to ask why in a game they led by 18. we got single coverage on our Pro Bowl receiver deep down the sideline

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2 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

I want 8 and I’m entitled to it.

 

The Fitzmagic ran out huh?

It was bound to happen 

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Just now, Fisticuffs111 said:

Wow. That was possibly one of Reich's worst play calls all year.

Quite unbelievable. 

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