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3 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

I don’t think that’s entirely on the D. 

And our fumbles and interceptions. 6 straight drives of scoring is on the horrible d.

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We play zone and we give the Jets huge holes in our pass D.  We play man and we get burned.  Either it's lack of talent or coaching or both.

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Big 3 points right there for the Jets.  Once again Colts can’t make a play that was right there to be made. Gotta come up with that interception in that spot. This is why we are continuing to lose the close games. 

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10 minutes ago, Moosejawcolt said:

Luck for MVP..... I am serious.  No other player means this much to their team as Luck.  Wen u see wat he has gone thru  in Indy it really makes me respect him as a player and person

 

Agreed. 

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Just now, JColts72 said:

Luck is good every game for a lousy pick.

I don’t blame him for that. 4th quarter the rest of our team is trash. He is the only reason we are in this. He is trying to will us a win. 

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14 minutes ago, Moosejawcolt said:

Luck for MVP..... I am serious.  No other player means this much to their team as Luck.  Wen u see wat he has gone thru  in Indy it really makes me respect him as a player and person

Horse pooey.  That’s not what MVP means.  Gotta be a winner before you can be a MVP. 

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4 minutes ago, JColts72 said:

Luck is good every game for a lousy pick.

 

Yeah * that guy. Why the hell would he be trying to force a ball here and there. He has so much support from such a great cast.

 

Also, that was just a darn good disguise and well played by the LB.

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1 minute ago, Coltsman1788 said:

Horse pooey.  That’s not what MVP means.  Gotta be a winner before you can be a MVP. 

Mahomes MVP.

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3 minutes ago, Chrisaaron1023 said:

Good game.. let's go KC

I will say this, out of the teams left to root for, I would love to see KC win it all. I like KC. They choke alot but Mahomes looks like the real deal. I like the Vikings too.

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Just now, ColtsLegacy said:

 

Yeah * that guy. Why the hell would he be trying to force a ball here and there. He has so much support from such a great cast.

Since rookie year, even when good team years, u cannot honestly say he does not throw horrible picks.

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Nothing more annoying than Colts fans blaming Luck. 

No QB has as much on his shoulders. No one. 

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Just now, GwinnettColt said:

How many times will we hear "knee-jerk" reaction to posts that criticize Indy's performance? 

 

Depends on what the post content is really doesn’t it? 

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Well that does it. I was looking forward to driving 6 hours to Indy to watch a game this year but I’m gonna vote with my wallet. This team isn’t worth my time and money. When they put a product on the field that isn’t a joke I will go to another game. I will still watch each week but I’m def not driving 6 hr for this horse poo. We gotta get better at wr. Isn’t Ebron a FA?  Watch him leave and we will go one step forward and one step back. Man it’s been a rough few years as a colts fan. 

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