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Just now, SteelCityColt said:

The best way to take Henry out the game... make Gabbert pass to win the game.


Yeah, can't under estimate Gabby though.  If they do he may start to look like Montana.  Hopefully the D can get some serious pressure on him when they're not trying to cram Henry down the Colts throats..  

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