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You know it’s the playoffs when all the smack is going on. This team is so fun. But if doesn’t back it up he could look stupid.  He doesn’t seem to be limping on the ankle so that’s good.

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I think it's safe to say the Texans are our biggest rivalry as of late.

Are there teams I hate losing to more? Yes, Patriots and Steelers

but the Texans are our biggest rivalry until we start beating those 

two nemesises.

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:lol:

 

The clown show is coming joseph

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The son and I got our TY jerseys on and ready to represent!! Let's get out clown on!

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I don’t know about it. I’m glad he’s confident, but if things go poorly, he’s a clown for real. I support this team through thick and thin, but he’s gotta ball today.

 

Commence with the Debbie downer talk now. Sorry, just never think this ends well for the one indulging. The backpack was subtle, the post and mask are over the top.

 

Just my opinion, of course.

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I thought the "clowns" reference was for the media and their blowing out of proportion of TY's dominance. Never felt it was meant for TY himself. 

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1 minute ago, chad72 said:

I thought the "clowns" reference was for the media and their blowing out of proportion of TY's dominance. Never felt it was meant for TY himself. 

That was clearly aimed at TY

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10 minutes ago, chad72 said:

I thought the "clowns" reference was for the media and their blowing out of proportion of TY's dominance. Never felt it was meant for TY himself. 

TY's dominance was never blown out of proportion though, it's been very, very real..... lol

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42 minutes ago, NewEra said:

The son and I got our TY jerseys on and ready to represent!! Let's get out clown on!

Is it wrong that I hope you can’t watch the game.  Isn’t that what sparked the streak?

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If he doesn’t back this up or at least a colts win he is going to look stupid. Hopefully we win.

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This is a big game today. Not just another playoff game. This is a division rivalry playoff game. That’s huge bragging rights

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He knows we are better and he will back it up along with everyone else! Let's curb stomp these boyz.

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1 hour ago, Pilgrim said:

I don’t know about it. I’m glad he’s confident, but if things go poorly, he’s a clown for real. I support this team through thick and thin, but he’s gotta ball today.

 

Commence with the Debbie downer talk now. Sorry, just never think this ends well for the one indulging. The backpack was subtle, the post and mask are over the top.

 

Just my opinion, of course.

 

Its all in good fun. I just hope it doesnt escalate on the field and he gets ejected.

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2 hours ago, TDewar1987 said:

 

That clown mask may as well be a ski mask or a Jason Voorhies one for what he is about to do.  Go T.Y.  Go Colts!  

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When the other team starts putting their best CB, Jonathan Joseph on Inman, and just playing TY with cant-defend-so-I-will-hold-Kareem Jackson and safety help, you know TY is banged up heavily. It felt like Inman was having his way till they put Joseph on him and since TY was banged up, he couldn't take advantage as much since he burns Texans when 100% even when they have safety help.

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TY with the psychological warfare.  The fact that he came out feasting on them boys from the get go just put them immediately on the back foot.   Gotta give him props for calling his shot and then following through. 

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