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Just now, Jdubu said:

I would absolutely Re-sign Inman tomorrow to 3 years. I really like what he has done for us. Very nice hands. 

 

Yes TY!!

Dontrelle Inman was a great pickup as well

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4 minutes ago, Shive said:

A little bit less juice on it from Ebron and this board would have erupted. It was only a bad call because it didn't work, but it didn't work because of Ebron's execution. Luck had the separation he would have needed and they were really worried about Hines on a jet sweep. It was well set up and a good playcall based on what we saw from the D so far.

The only reason i didn't like it was the fact that 7 there really demoralizes them but we have made up for it. With this TY touchdown. 

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I absolutely love how Q is the first one down there to congratulate TY.  Love it!!!!!

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Someone here told me that TY Hilton would go off (play well) because the Titans were said to be tough on TEs. :applause:

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This team is coming together and getting better each and every week.   

 

Happy to see this!

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This team is looking downright scary during this streak.  Even when the D is a bit off the offense just blows teams away.  If the O is sputtering the D gets stops.  A well balanced team??  Wow...

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5 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

If we go up 17-0, I smell a blowout coming.

 

I would like to think so, but with this team you never know.

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Wilson with a nasty tackle there... I like it.

Just now, JCPatriot said:

 

I would like to think so, but with this team you never know.

 

We keep things interesting..

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Just now, Jared Cisneros said:

I go in the kitchen to make some spirals, and the Colts score on a big Hilton catch! WOOOOOOOOOOO! This is so fun!

 

Get back in the kitchen!

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The Offense is looking just as advertised but the Defense is looking incredible.

 

First time I've seen us look like a truly balanced team this season.

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