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Whether the Colts win or lose next week. I'm happy. Who would have thought after starting 1-5 this team would make the playoffs. Way To Go Indy! Lots of picks, tons of money, and Cain comes back future looks bright.

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Is there an IR for officials who hurts his arm due to throwing too many flags?  Ok I’m over it, I’ll let it go sorry.

 

 

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1 minute ago, RollerColt said:

Crazy game, so proud of this team for the fight. I was all over the place, so I apologize to everyone on here. Great job by Andrew once again coming back from that interception. Great job by the o-line and the defense too. 

 

We get it, it's emotional and nerve racking watching. Respect for circling back and let's be honest you're not one of "those" poster who vanishes as soon as we win or things go well for us. 

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Marlon Mack sealed this game, he had a wide open hole through the line of scrimmage and the Colts clinch this game with their 33-17 lead.

 

Fortunate for the Colts, but the same time unfortunate for the Titans, since Marcus Mariota is sidelined tonight because of his injury.  Mariota would have given a better chance to compete and win for Tennessee had he been healthy.  Not to be tonight!

 

GO COLTS!!!!!

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Boom Baby! Playoff bound! Where anything can happen. Regardless, great season! Beating the odd with a very very young team!!

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1 minute ago, Malakai432 said:

As Slick Leonard says, "Turn out the lights, the party is over!"

Don Meredith before him, I believe.

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1 minute ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

We get it, it's emotional and nerve racking watching. Respect for circling back and let's be honest you're not one of "those" poster who vanishes as soon as we win or things go well for us. 

 

Hmmm, for the life of me, I just can’t think of who you could possibly be talking about :)

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And the Colts end this with class, another team who shall rename nameless would have gone for another touchdown after that interception. Much respect there. 

 

PLAYOFFS BABY!!!!!!!!!!!! WHAT A SEASON!!!! FEELS SO GOOD TO BE BACK!!!!!!! Now let’s clean up some stuff and put it to those  bums the Texans!!!!!!

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Wooohooo we're going to the playoffs !!!  Congrats to our Colts. Let's keep things rolling.

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2 minutes ago, Indy_Mike said:

Our fat lady has guts....she sung 5 minutes ago!:lol:

Don't call me fat! haha

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3 minutes ago, HOZER said:

Is there an IR for officials who hurts his arm due to throwing too many flags?  Ok I’m over it, I’ll let it go sorry.

 

 

 

They've got 5 Tommy johns surgery's scheduled after the game

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2 minutes ago, runthepost said:

Next up is Watson who is much better than this trash but we will be ready

Yea, but we won't have to worry about the rain killing our passing game. We've shown what we can do in Houston. The big thing for this young team is how they prepare and show up next Saturday under the bright lights of the playoffs. 

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2 minutes ago, runthepost said:

She sung the moment we went up 14-0

I did.  tis true! 

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I'll admit. When they went for it on 4th down in ot against the Texans, I thought the season was over and didnt mind the call. Just wow. I was wrong.

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To go to bed or not bother....

 

Uglier than it should have been, but a win is a win and we're in. 

 

Some perspective, before the season we had no coach, we didn't know if we had a QB and then we start 1-5. If anyone had been offered a ugly win to get into the playoffs at that point hands would have been snatched off. 

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Colts are the third team to make the NFL Playoffs after  their 1-5 start, and they won 9  of their last 10 games.   Remarkable!

 

Also credit  Frank Reich for keeping the season alive for Indianapolis.  Reich should be considered for NFL Coach Of The Year in his first year with the Colts.

 

Colts finish 10-6 for their 2018 NFL Regular Season! Congratulations!!!  On to Houston, again! 

 

Happy New Year, Colts fans!!!!  See you back here next weekend!  

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