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2 minutes ago, HOF19 said:

Bring on that top 5 pick in the draft 

Not the worst thing. As long as games keep being entertaining.

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1 minute ago, JColts72 said:

Can't anyone catch the ball. Players are horrible.

Football 101: catch the ball

 AND THEN run.  Fundamentals, guys!

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3 minutes ago, JCPatriot said:

Ah........jeez.  7-0 Jest and the Jest offense hasn't even been on the field yet......

 

Okay, okay, bright side..........what's the bright side here?   We're a minute into the game and the Jets are only up one score.  That's better than I could have hoped for.

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Ugh........illegal block in the back and we can still only make a 5-yard loss out of the play?  That doesn't bode well.

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Just now, JCPatriot said:

Ugh........illegal block in the back and we can still only make a 5-yard loss out of the play?  That doesn't bode well.

 

It was all just a set up play for the shot..

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Just now, Colt Overseas said:

Luck is just special

And he'll being throwing another 50 passes today!

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The Colts are like that ex-girlfriend that likes to get your hopes up for the sole purpose of crushing them again.

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Just now, our_dbs_rock said:

What the heck.  Apparently the challenge isn't enough for the Colts, they are spotting the other team points now.

 

Maybe they have friends in the desert to keep happy?

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