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On a night where we do everything to give the game away and lose

 

we found a way to win.

 

I dont need this kinda stress in my life. Pls Colts, just go out and win like the Titans game last week

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3 minutes ago, AllYouNeedIsLuck said:

Broncos look good now too tho. Another team in the hnt. Great win Colts tho

and tbeir schedule is soft the rest of the way......Bengals, Browns....49ers, Raiders

 

we need to catch Houston

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1 minute ago, jmac_48 said:

Big time win for this young team!

I think that that is the key.  The kids are learning how to win.  A young team playing well that enters into the playoffs (IF we make it) is very dangerous.  They don't know they're not suppose to be there, and if they're having fun then they can catch a team asleep at the wheel and steal one or two.  Also, Andrew does have playoff experience as does TY.

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1 minute ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

The Haters were ready to pile on with their nonsense but Luck said NO NO and then Vinny said take that! Silence again to the doubters. Go Colts baby! 

Andrew was 30 of 37 for 343...3 Tds.. 2 INTs....

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Jax is next...and they're on the slide..

 

Plus..Fournette got into a brawl today. he may be suspended for our game

Just now, Indy_Mike said:

They're a game behind us at least, I really think the Colts need to win out!

 

What is the deal with the Bengals and how does Marvin keep his job?

I don't know....it was 35-0 today before the Bengals made it close

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Just now, oldunclemark said:

Andrew was 30 of 37 for 343...3 Tds.. 2 INTs....

Yeah that 2nd INT was shocking - When Luck let it go I thought it was a TD, that was a great play by Miami, that 1st INT was a bad pass.

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

Andrew was 30 of 37 for 343...3 Tds.. 2 INTs....

Absolutely terrible - didn't get 400 yds.  Cut him now.

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I think many are underestimating our schedule. 
Jags/Texans/Titans will give us their best. All division games, and all are away.

Cowboys are playing well. They're leading their division. But it is at home.

Giants could be a trap. But it's the closest of the 5 to be a sure thing. Just like Miami. 

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Just now, jameszeigler834 said:

Better play better next week or they wont next week flat out got lucky today.

If you say so.    Maybe you shouldn't mess your pants when the game is tied.    

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I think we saw how valuable the #3 TE spot is to the offense. Without it, our average receiver corps is  noticeable. Cox and Hewitt need to get back soon. Hewitt is so underrated in the run game. Hope Mack recovers quickly but its possible he's down next week.

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2 minutes ago, jvan1973 said:

If you say so.    Maybe you shouldn't mess your pants when the game is tied.    

Some of these people will never learn that Andrew is Great haha 

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22 minutes ago, jvan1973 said:

We have the tie breaker on the titans.   We want the Texans to lose

That explains

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Glad that's over. And grateful for #4 kickng the game winner.

 

I love this team, but man what a nerve wracking game.

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This was one of the weirdest games I have ever seen. From Luck catching a pass to that last play where he avoided the sack. Not to mention the weird ending to the first half.

 

That game with Houston that was going to end in a tie and we kind of just let them win the game is proving to be a huge. 

 

So who has the last wildcard spot as of now. Is it Baltimore or the Colts?

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Just now, Gramz said:

Glad that's over. And grateful for #4 kickng the game winner.

 

I love this team, but man what a nerve wracking game.

When we were down 24-14 I went outside for about 10 minutes and just calmed down and then focused :yahoo:. I was like we got Andrew Luck, we ain't goin out that easy. 

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22 minutes ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:

Does anyone have any fingernails left?

 

I'm still picking bits and pieces of mine outta my teeth!  haha

 

giphy.gif

 

Thats why I make lots of popcorn. haha

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10 minutes ago, SSFiero said:

I think many are underestimating our schedule. 
Jags/Texans/Titans will give us their best. All division games, and all are away.

Cowboys are playing well. They're leading their division. But it is at home.

Giants could be a trap. But it's the closest of the 5 to be a sure thing. Just like Miami. 

are you sure Jacksonville will give us their best?

5 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

This was one of the weirdest games I have ever seen. From Luck catching a pass to that last play where he avoided the sack. Not to mention the weird ending to the first half.

 

That game with Houston that was going to end in a tie and we kind of just let them win the game is proving to be a huge. 

 

So who has the last wildcard spot as of now. Is it Baltimore or the Colts?

I think Baltimore does right now

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11 minutes ago, jameszeigler834 said:

Better play better next week or they wont next week flat out got lucky today.

We didnt get lucky...WE had good Luck!:yahoo:

 

There's a difference:thanks:

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3 minutes ago, oldunclemark said:

are you sure Jacksonville will give us their best?

I do. I think it's going to be a close win. 1 score game. 

My concern is they have nothing to lose. Any they play dirty. I watched the game today. They seem to always have bad personal foul type penalties. I'd hate to see one of ours get suspended or hurt because of it. 

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11 minutes ago, mahagga73 said:

Going to be interesting if that 4th down game giver to the Texans comes back to haunt them . 

If it comes down to one play the Colts don't deserve to go to the playoffs.

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Luck is just so good. He has never really had a bad season when he has been healthy.  To bad we had to get our crap together after the start. The future is very bright for this team. We could easily have only one or two loses this season so far.

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2 minutes ago, crazycolt1 said:

If it comes down to one play the Colts don't deserve to go to the playoffs.

 

I loved that they went for it that game.. I just didn’t like it because it was a division opponent.

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34 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

 

I loved that they went for it that game.. I just didn’t like it because it was a division opponent.

Yes, I too liked they went for it but I am not going back and cry over spilled milk.

The Colts control their own destiny so it's all on them now. Win or lose the future looks very bright IMO.

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1 hour ago, luckyBatistuta said:

A certain poster has been awfully quiet for a little while now in that 4th quarter...HELLO!!!

Too busy screaming at the sky I’d imagine.

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44 minutes ago, needanoline63 said:

Naw I’ll stay

Please do :cheers:, I am starting to enjoy your company more and more. So you can admit the Colts are Good and have a Great QB and a Good O.Line and a LB that will make the Pro Bowl in his Rookie Season. Go Ahead, I don't blame ya :console:

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1 hour ago, needanoline63 said:

Naw I’ll stay when the Colts are losing so I can complain.  If they're winning I'll be under my bridge.

 

Fixed it for ya.  :thmup:

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