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Afternoon friends, and thanks LOS for making this thread possible. 

 

Let's do this, GOOOOO Colts !!!

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Just now, Aluckiswolverine said:

We need to fire our O-line coach. We have talent he is not coaching them up. 


He was definitely the most skeptical coaching hire IMO, besides the obvious Snake.

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1 minute ago, Trueman said:

You guys realize that "CBS guy" is Bruce Arians , right?

 

 

Seriously???  No, I didn't realize that.  He's not coaching any more?  Man, I am so out of the loop this season.

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1 minute ago, Yarmish said:

Shouldn't be to shocking, Been at least 10 years since we've had a running game. I'd say the Addai/James era.  I watch every week and get a gut ache almost instantly lol

Colts passed on both Tevin Coleman and Jordan Howard, either of which is better than anyone we've had since the Edge! Both players that played 50 miles away in Bloomington!

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Just now, ColtsBlitz said:

To all the people complaining about Hooker, you can stop now

 

LETS GOO

 

The interception was great with a nice return, but more a bad throw than a great play by the DB.

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They ran and went to 2nd and 5 and then they throw again.  Now 3rd and 5.  That's wat I get frustrated bout.  Luck makes completion but just to much on his shoulders

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5 minutes ago, Trueman said:

You guys realize that "CBS guy" is Bruce Arians , right?

 

That's

True man

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Gotta love Malik's range. That's why he was drafted so high.

 

Marcus Johnson showing up. Looks like the only receiver with speed that can get separation.

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The Colts are absolutely improving. 

 

The Colts are clearly a better team than the Jets. 

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Marcus Johnson....not only catching the ball with his hands, but also getting some great yards after catch! Been a while since we've had a receiver catch the ball and not look for a soft place on the ground to fall down on!:lol:

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Andrew Luck is on pace to set the single season record for pass attempts. 

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2 minutes ago, nyyankeechris said:

WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT????

 

GREG AND SHEILA BROKE UP???   

 

Greg & Marcia.

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