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Hi, Colts fans!   Our Indianapolis Colts try to go above their 6-6 regular season record, as they are in Southeast Texas to play the 9-3 and AFC South leading Houston Texans,  Texans are on a nine-gam

They commented on how Luck has played so much better by stepping up in the pocket to help his tackles.  The real truth is that the interior blocking has been so much better so he actually CAN step up

Watching the Chiefs vs Ravens, the Domestic Battery Bowl.   (Rice-Ravens, Hunt-Chiefs).

What in the holy hell has this league become. I’m almost about to just quit watching football in general. That was not a foul. And this is the best refs the league can get? We need replay on fouls until refs can do better

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1 minute ago, Jdubu said:

What in the holy hell has this league become. I’m almost about to just quit watching football in general. That was not a foul. And this is the best refs the league can get? We need replay on fouls until refs can do better

 

I was going to say the same thing, the game is almost unwatchable with these terrible calls.  I don't want people to get brain damage but there has to be some sort of compromise.

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1 minute ago, NewColtsFan said:

 

Ok....

 

But you’ve given me two plays in a game.

 

I’ve given you a stat for an entire season.     Big difference.

 

I have watched all season to know he has bad vision to see other holes that might be open.  You have your opinion I have mine. That’s why people on forum want a different running back

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So basically we just let teams score a touchdow in situations like that?  This is why the nfl is losing ratings because they are turning the league into soft one.  My god that just ticked me off. Literally couldn't do anything else besides let him score

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What has this game become? This is awful? Give them flags or make it two hand touch for God’s sake!!!! Unbelievable. These players either know the inherent risk or be informed of it when they sign their contracts, if you don’t want to risk it to make millions playing a game, choose another career. This game is getting soft, and the officials are an absolute joke. They need to be fined for bad calls. 

 

 

 

 

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