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1 minute ago, MB-ColtsFan said:

May be true, but I haven't seen THAT many blown calls to think the refs are the reason we're not winning.  Not even close.

 

I stated a fact.  Read into what you wanted.

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12 minutes ago, k9copinmd said:

Defense can do nothing...can't stop the run   Can't stop the pass.

I’m more disappointed with Luck and the offense at this point.  We knew KC could be hard to stop and our defense might struggle.  Not many saw our franchise QB and offense basically no showing for an entire half. 

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1 minute ago, Chloe6124 said:

We stepped right into the hype from the beginning we had to shoot it out. Reich hasn’t called a very good offensive game today. 

 

 

Enjoying yourself right?

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4 minutes ago, Tsarquise said:

Why exactly was that flagged? 

 

I don't think it should have been flagged. However, the question you should ask is "Why is he celebrating?" 

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1 minute ago, Flash7 said:

Seriously, that last pass that Luck struggled with was a 5-yard pass and he threw it to the ground. High school QBs routinely make that pass.

 

He is struggling mightily. The game is in his head. Just sling the damn thing.

 

I have wondered if he plays better when caution has to be thrown to the wind. No huddle and just sling it. 

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1 minute ago, threeflight said:

That 3rd down play?

 

HE TOTALLY GUIDED IT!

 

Threw it like a girl.

 

Inexcusable.

 

Honestly he is throwing like is afraid if getting it intercepted.

 

Zero confidence.

 

If this is how he is going to be from now on?

 


Trade him.  Dead serious.  You can't win with a qb throwing this way.  Even Collingsworth just said it.

What are you doing here?  

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This is such a strange game on offense.  Time to get crazy.  Arians ball, if it's not already over.

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Just now, coming on strong said:

its not the defense i dont wanna hear it . when you get shut out and the defense is on the field all game against the numbers 1 offense its hard .  luck is playing so bad

It's not just luck. Receiving sucks, blocking sucks

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Just now, NFLfan said:

 

I don't think it should have been flagged. However, the question you should ask is "Why is he celebrating?" 

He celebrated because he got a sack, and the defense stopped the Chiefs. 

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1 minute ago, NFLfan said:

 

I don't think it should have been flagged. However, the question you should ask is "Why is he celebrating?" 

That's a point of emphasis.  No problem with that flag. Just wish Luck could throw the ball today.

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1 minute ago, Coltsman1788 said:

I’m more disappointed with Luck and the offense at this point.  We knew KC could be hard to stop and our defense might struggle.  Not many saw our franchise QB and offense basically no showing for an entire half. 

I agree...the offense has been much worse. If that is even possible.

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2 minutes ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:

We've had one thing go right.

 

A blocked punt for a TD.

 

ONE.  I try to be optimistic, but geez...

 

I hear you, but when you've been playing with house money it's slightly less of a sting.

 

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3 minutes ago, Funyun said:

I swear, it's like some of you watch one bad game, and all I see is "we suck", "I knew Luck was never clutch", "we were do overrated", "we should have just missed the playoffs for a better draft pick", etc.  Some of you must nit have been around in the 90 s, when we truly did suck year after year.  Spoiled brats.  

 

This what a loss looks like in the game-day thread.

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2 minutes ago, Flash7 said:

Seriously, that last pass that Luck struggled with was a 5-yard pass and he threw it to the ground. High school QBs routinely make that pass.

 

He is struggling mightily. The game is in his head. Just sling the damn thing.

Throwing indecisively all day.

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1 minute ago, chad72 said:

 

There’s a reason Patriots fans wanted Colts to win. We’re not talented enough to hang with the big boys

Sort of defies logic, doesn't it?
If we beat KC that must mean that we have a pretty good team, doesn't it?

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2 minutes ago, Flash7 said:

Seriously, that last pass that Luck struggled with was a 5-yard pass and he threw it to the ground. High school QBs routinely make that pass.

 

He is struggling mightily. The game is in his head. Just sling the damn thing.

He has to be hurt.  Has to be.

 

His throwing motion has no velocity to it at all.

 

It is almost like he is trying to take the ball and place it in the wr hands instead of throwing it like an NFL QB.

 

He is useless like this.

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1 minute ago, coming on strong said:

its hard watching a elite QB then watching luck its night and day difference . luck is not even in the same league . 

Mahone's is not elite

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1 minute ago, coming on strong said:

its hard watching a elite QB then watching luck its night and day difference . luck is not even in the same league . 

Wow. Go back to New England Troll

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If we are going to get back into this thing, we need Luck to play like he's capable of. Don't play scared. Just let it rip.

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Watch it now.....as everything could not go right for the Colts, it is about to switch up and our Colts will do nothing wrong!:lecture:

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Chester can definitely not be here next year lol.  If Chester is here next year then I will truly lose all confidence in the organization.  

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

This submarine and sidearm throws are unique

 

Just sublime arm talent. 

 

Thing is, we've seen talented arms come and go, he seems to have the brain for the games too. He might actually be that good and it's scary to watch.

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2 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

 

I don't think it should have been flagged. However, the question you should ask is "Why is he celebrating?" 

Agree.  This is where you see the lack of control of some NFL players.  Every play is a reason to celebrate.  Just dumb and very selfish.

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Just now, John Waylon said:

There’s pretty much not even enough time to come back at this point. 

sure there is...its 24-7 not 38-10

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Just now, threeflight said:

He has to be hurt.  Has to be.

 

His throwing motion has no velocity to it at all.

 

It is almost like he is trying to take the ball and place it in the wr hands instead of throwing it like an NFL QB.

 

He is useless like this.

I said it in the second half of last weeks game.  There were about 5 throws that if Luck THREW instead of guided would have made the game a blowout.  

 

I am shocked the coaches have not seen this and told Luck to just sling the ball.  Reich is a former QB for crying out loud.  IF I can see it.  If the NBC commentators can see it?  How can't they?

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