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Not only a drop and another turnover, it took 3 off the board.  Would have been a two score game.

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Just now, #12. said:

Not only a drop and another turnover, it took 3 off the board.  Would have been a two score game.

 

It's amazing the difference that catching the ball makes.  I think that has been the biggest difference between early in the season versus now.  Sure, other things have improved as well, but mainly, receivers have been catching the ball.

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Ugh... we’re going to lose just like the Bengals game... All momentum is gone.

 

wow...

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3 minutes ago, GwinnettColt said:

 

They had two TD's but I don't know if they got too comfortable,....

 

Third downs are killing me.

 

Yeah, two TDs, and now it's 6.  It's not like they lost a huge lead.  They have outplayed the Jags, but they never had a huge lead.

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1 minute ago, RollerColt said:

Ugh... we’re going to lose just like the Bengals game... All momentum is gone.

 

wow...

Bengals and Jets losses are looking horrible right now. 

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Get to the QB and we’ll have a chance.

 

Offense needs to stop with the Dropsies right....now.

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This game has really started to feel like those early season games that we should’ve won, but got away from us.  This might be a really critical statement drive for the offense. 

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We are a 3-5 football team. The problem is that we bought into the "easy remaining schedule' and playoff hopes. The defense is reminding us that NOPE, we are not ready.

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Just now, Flash7 said:

We are a 3-5 football team. The problem is that we bought into the "easy remaining schedule' and playoff hopes. The defense is reminding us that NOPE, we are not ready.

 

Fair, but I do think we are certainly more capable than 3-5 suggests.

 

To be honest, before the start of the season if you'd said you're can have a losing season but you get Luck back 100% I'd have taken it in a heartbeat. 

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