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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

I dont think either side will allow the game to end in a tie.

   On this night, a tie is a loss for both teams....

I have a feeling this game is not going to be close, like someone else posted, somebody is going to lay an egg tonight!

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Thanx LOS ……… My #1 hope for tonight is what should be the obvious #1 thing for all Colts fans to root for tonight...…..FOR THE COLTS TO HAVE THEIR BEST PLAYED GAME OF THIS SEASON ! ( No turnovers......no penalties ) ...….. (and continue it next week and beyond)……….GO COLTS !!!!!

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1 minute ago, SteelCityColt said:

Good (whatever it is) everyone, I’m half awake and making coffee. Let’s hope the Colts are more with it.

Coffee with caffeine I assume .

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6 minutes ago, poaponies said:

anybody else a little worried about this games because of the colts history against backup quarterbacks? 

No...

Our history against backups is probably a lot better than our history against starters..and we saw Gabbert last month..we've faced him..

 

 

Pat Mahomes...5,000 yards and 50 TD passes.....2nd only to Peyton to do that

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2 minutes ago, oldunclemark said:

No...

Our history against backups is probably a lot better than our history against starters..and we saw Gabbert last month..we've faced him..

 

 

Pat Mahomes...5,000 yards and 50 TD passes.....2nd only to Peyton to do that

One of the most exciting young players to come around for a long time...I love watching the kid play!

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Just now, Indy_Mike said:

One of the most exciting young players to come around for a long time...I love watching the kid play!

I do, too. I cant believe the things he does..throwing the ball

I dont know who is going to go to KC and beat them...the answer is 'nobody'

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Just now, oldunclemark said:

I do, too. I cant believe the things he does..throwing the ball

I dont know who is going to go to KC and beat them...the answer is 'nobody'

They will be a tough out, but their defense is a little suspect, so there is a chance, slim but still a chance!

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55 minutes ago, Chrisaaron1023 said:

I'm here and ready to go wiff my fellow colts fans!!

Get loud there in Nash! Make Nissan Stadium like StubHub Center, hearing the road crowd more than the home crowd! Have fun and go Colts!

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3 minutes ago, oldunclemark said:

    Colts at KC.........lets make it happen!!

Beat the Titans and then the Texans and it's on!:jump:

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I hope and there should be a group of Colts fans in the front seats at Nissan Stadium, and probably would be panned by the NBC cameras if they are seen during the game.   If this game has to end and finish in a tie game, the Colts should go playoff postseason bound because of their earlier 38-10 this season over the Titans at the real LOS.  JMHO.

 

GO COLTS!  FTW!!!!!   :coltslogo:  :1colts:  :colts:  :coltshelmet:   :coltslogo:   :rock:

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 Seattle at 'America's Team'

The 'Monsters' vs. the world champs in Chicago ..

Baltimore at the "We should still be in San Diego' Chargers

 

..and one more...:)

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4 minutes ago, oldunclemark said:

    Colts at KC.........lets make it happen!!

Colts might also  play their postseason game at the AFC South Champs (Houston),  if that comes to fruition instead.  Either opponents, Colts will (better) be ready next weekend!!

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1 minute ago, cgi4life said:

Man I'm so nervous, let's go Colts

I know what you mean. I enjoyed the games earlier..

'Enjoy' is not the word I would use for the next 3 hours:cheers:

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Tony D just picked the Colts to win ….To paraphrase what he just said …."You know I gotta pick the Colts "...…. Appreciate the loyalty Tony...….GO COLTS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Here we are folks...where we never dreamed we would be for the final night of the 2018 regular season.  Let's all stay positive.  This team doesn't give up...neither should we!

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So happy I get to watch this game on TV. Got my TV on, my pizza is here, and my Luck Jersey is on as well. Lets do this and make the playoffs!

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Just now, Dingus McGirt said:

Here we are folks...where we never dreamed we would be for the final night of the 2018 regular season.  Let's all stay positive.  This team doesn't give up...neither should we!

I'm remembering last year and how the losses kept coming..and then all the offseason  'Andrew updates' where he wasnt throwing yet.

...and the 1-5 start....

 

..and here we are.:banana:

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2 minutes ago, Yarmish said:

What's up everyone....Let's go and remember it's a 4 quarter game if we get a slow start. 

we need a fast start.

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4 minutes ago, shakedownstreet said:

Al's hairpiece is so bad

looked like some cotton candy stuck on his head . I noticed that 2.

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