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I stepped back into Buffalo Wild Wing late and only saw the part when the ball was coming out.  Did the Receiver catch the ball first and the the fumble?

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1 minute ago, Tombstone said:

I stepped back into Buffalo Wild Wing late and only saw the part when the ball was coming out.  Did the Receiver catch the ball first and the the fumble?

yep

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Just now, HungarianColtsFan said:

 

Looks like I'm picking wrong day to stop drinking alcohol...

 

looks like i picked the wrong day to quit sniffing glue

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2 minutes ago, our_dbs_rock said:

 

looks like i picked the wrong day to quit sniffing glue

 

Looks like I picked the wrong day to qui............................

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Just now, Indy_Mike said:

And if we don't block a guy that had no chance to make a play on that failed extra point attempt it would have been a 4 point game....we finally got a break in one of these tight games, it's about time something finally went our way!

True, but the Jag would have needed a TD on the last drive. So they would have needed to be aggressive. Down by two, they can sit on it and still win with a kick.  

 

All hypothetical anyway. A win is a win. And our D is bad. 

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20 minutes ago, Tsarquise said:

We won, but it feels like we lost... Lol

 

So to give this a little context, the Colts got two first downs and scored 0 points in the second half.  When does an NFL team ever do that and win?

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1 minute ago, JCPatriot said:

 

So to give this a little context, the Colts got two first downs and scored 0 points in the second half.  When does an NFL team ever do that and win?

at least once....    :^)

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