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Chiefs won already?  Wow trolls are out in full force.  According to my TV the chiefs haven't won?

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There's enough time left for us to get our inevitable 3-and-out and the Chiefs to put up another touchdown. 31-7 halftime, anyone?

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We completly abandoned the running game to start this game. If we would of cane out and ran more we might not of gotten in this big hole. We fell into the trap of having to shoot it out with them. We should of tried and slow the game down.

 

it will be 31 to 7 after they get their first pocsssion of second half. 

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15 minutes ago, threeflight said:

I agree he is a stats machine, but he is still pretty good.

 

Reminds me a lot of Cato June.

 

 

He would need to gain 30 pounds to be a true impact player.

 

He does need to gain weight. He is listed at 234, but posted a pic on his instagram story (disappears after 24 hours) of the scale reading 215. That's insane...

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I think Reich will onside kick to start second half.  Go for something to shake it up.  Can't stop them.

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I try to be an optimist but it is very hard now. This is embarrassing. Feeling my post-season depression coming. I will still cheer for my Coltsi

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2 minutes ago, iuecon99 said:

Couple of drops too.  Feels like just a couple first downs maybe could have stemmed the tide.  But 24-7 at half is tough.

...and I didn't figure that our WRs could not get open.

WE have not turned the ball over

Andrew is not missing open receivers

 

..They just slapped a bucket full of defense on us

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Just now, oldunclemark said:

24-7 now...we have 1:40 to get something and we have to

we cant get a first down its not gonna change ..... the colts are horrible today and a couple years away from being good .  we need to build luck a top 3 defense or he cant win a super bowl he is to inconsistent to ask him to go 3 or 4 games against good teams he cant do it not good enough

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2 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:


Does seem odd.

 

And we’re trying to drive for a score to stay in the game. 

 

The wheels have fallen off. 

 

Fallen. Off. 

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Just now, JlynRN said:

 

Because they are being trolls.

Watching the game and understanding the flow of it, does not make one a troll. 

 

It is 24-7 and as we knew it would be. The defense hasn't consistently played well, while the Chief's offense has been outstanding.

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Just now, austriancolt said:

we should copy their offensive game plan with ebron and hines 

 That's funny

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Just now, ColtsBlitz said:

Not many fans on this forum today I see

 

Not many good plays on the field today either. 

 

Funny that. 

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2 minutes ago, coming on strong said:

we really need a new QB i was never sold on luck he is not the next coming of anything . he is about to be 30 next year he already peaked we know what he is .   By age 30 manning was the best QB in the league . luck is not good he is a matt ryan / mattew stafford .

Honestly I think a big BIG issue with Luck this year is he just does not run the ball when it is available.  He is a good runner and at this point defenses don't respect it all. 

 

I think he has been so jaded and paranoid from coaches telling him not to run that he is totally gun shy.

 

Plus, as I have said 100 times, he still is not throwing the ball right.

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2 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

Dear lord... it's like you've not watched him this season. 

Please ban these blatant trolls. 

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Just now, Flash7 said:

Watching the game and understanding the flow of it, does not make one a troll. 

 

It is 24-7 and as we knew it would be. The defense hasn't consistently played well, while the Chief's offense has been outstanding.

0 first downs and 21 yards of offense

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1 minute ago, Jared Jammer said:

There's enough time left for us to get our inevitable 3-and-out and the Chiefs to put up another touchdown. 31-7 halftime, anyone?

Lol, why have you not visited since 2016. Hello chiefs fan.

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4 hours ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:

 

I have a feeling we're all a little different face-to-face.  I know I'm a little more introverted in real life than I am on these forums.

 

I've accused some members like @NewColtsFan, @throwing BBZ, @BOTT, @crazycolt1, and @DougDew of being condescending in their posts (and I'm sure I'm guilty of it too), but I assume everyone is very nice and respectful when they're face-to-face with others.

 

There's just more of a personal connection when you're face-to-face with someone and can see their facial expressions and tone and emotional intention.  As opposed to just reading what they typed in whatever tone you're using in your head without really knowing how they meant it to come off while they were typing it.

 

Bottom line is we're all Colts fans on the same team, and we're all rooting for a win today!!!  Go Colts!  :colts:

Bull.  You use the word "wrong" when talking about others opinion.  You use the word "right" when talking about yours.

 

If you wouldn't start posts by being a jerk, you wouldn't misperceive others as being condensing when they simply show you your opinions are usually unsupported extremes.

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2 minutes ago, Turftoe said:

From here on out every possession is 4 downs. Gotta consider on sides kicks, too (if we score).

 

1 minute ago, iuecon99 said:

I think Reich will onside kick to start second half.  Go for something to shake it up.  Can't stop them.

 

With the new kickoff rules, onside kicks are almost impossible to recover.

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Just now, The Old Crow said:

Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor ?

Stop. We aren’t coming back against this team. Eberflus is getting schooled and has no answers. We aren’t as good as what everyone wanted to make us out to be on defense. We have a lot of work to do in the offseason. Leonard is proving he isn’t as good as we thought either.

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