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Well certainly a disappointing end to our season. But I am very proud of our team. To go from being ranked dead last to making it to the divisional round, quite an accomplishment I would say :)  

Looking forward to next season, with a year of growth from our rookies and hopefully another great draft by Ballard.  We have alot to be proud of.

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It was embarrassing today:console:

..but thanks to all of you for being here every week.

 

Hope we're all back on the 'GameDay' board next season.

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44 minutes ago, mahagga73 said:

Let's kick us old colts fan when we are down. 

 

I know ! They had to bring that up. 

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Definitely a great season.  The Colts made it where they shouldn't after starting 1-5.  The Colts are poised to dominate the division long term, BUT they have to figure out how to beat these great teams.  Pats, Chiefs, Steelers <-- yes they will be back.   I do feel the Chiefs won't be the same next year, kind of like the Eagles in 2017, but they still will be great 10-11 wins.  The Colts need to get MUCH better, lots of holes to fill.  

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Welp.....great season, terrible end. Really depressing to have witnessed that debacle in person. And now begins the long 7 hour drive home. We have a lot to look forward to, so there’s that.

 

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30 minutes ago, Malakai432 said:

 

Dude went into Denver and beat Manning at Denver.  He can win big games.  The Patriots have been their nemesis now the Chiefs will be unless Ballard does something about it.  Luck and co can do it if they build the team right.  

 

Frank got out coached as well, badly.  There was no comparison.  Their D played phenomenal.  

 

Keep in mind this team wasn't even supposed to make the playoffs.  

 

Keep in mind Frank is a rookie too. 

 

He will get better this offseason as much as the other young players on this roster, if not more. This team is going to vastly improve this offseason. Hope everyone enjoyed being under the radar this season. Things are about to change big time. 

 

Rough end to a great year. We could have been in this thing tonight just shot ourselves in the foot time and time again. Here is to a fun offseason! 

 

Go Blue forever.

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Unfortunate loss. Like I was trying to say before people thought I was a drunk fool, the refs sucked in this game, but the Colts offense sucked worse. I'm super impressed by our defense for giving us so many shots to win the game.

 

If Colts offense plays like they are capable of instead of shooting themselves we easily are headed to NE next week.

 

I hope Riech learns from this game. I'm cool with mistakes that are learnt from.

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2 minutes ago, ColtStrong2013 said:

Keep in mind Frank is a rookie too. 

 

He will get better this offseason as much as the other young players on this roster, if not more. This team is going to vastly improve this offseason. Hope everyone enjoyed being under the radar this season. Things are about to change big time. 

 

Rough end to a great year. We could have been in this thing tonight just shot ourselves in the foot time and time again. Here is to a fun offseason! 

 

Go Blue forever.

 

Yeah, I think this will be a game that Frank remembers and uses to galvanize this team moving forward.


Remember the Alamo, and Remember the Massacre in Arrowhead!

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At least the team made a lot of Colts “fans” happy today.

 

there are plenty that seem excited when we lose.

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1 minute ago, NannyMcafee said:

Unfortunate loss. Like I was trying to say before people thought I was a drunk fool, the refs sucked in this game, but the Colts offense sucked worse. I'm super impressed by our defense for giving us so many shots to win the game.

 

If Colts offense plays like they are capable of instead of shooting themselves we easily are headed to NE next week.

 

I hope Riech learns from this game. I'm cool with mistakes that are learnt from.

I liked the adjustments made defensively at halftime. They did enough to win the game. Offense did not. That happened several times this season, but early on, not really of late. I look for the receiving unit to be upgraded and built upon a few good pieces. Offensive line to continue improving and upgrading. We will return the top tight end room in the league with Doyle coming back from injury, ebron building off a great year, and allie cox under cheap contract. They will primarily focus on this defense. Needs on all levels. I would love to draft a playmaking corner early. We just don't have it. The pieces are there. Excited to watch Ballard work this offseason. We are very close to being a serious contender. 

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8 minutes ago, NannyMcafee said:

Unfortunate loss. Like I was trying to say before people thought I was a drunk fool, the refs sucked in this game, but the Colts offense sucked worse. I'm super impressed by our defense for giving us so many shots to win the game.

 

If Colts offense plays like they are capable of instead of shooting themselves we easily are headed to NE next week.

 

I hope Riech learns from this game. I'm cool with mistakes that are learnt from.

I'll be surprised if any of these refs are in the SB, if they indeed grade them and dole out assignments  like they say they do.  They were beyond bad.  

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Terrible way to end the season.  I'm still proud of this team.  I'm afraid we have seen Adams final game, been a great run and without a doubt, destined for the HOF.  With a few additions, this team can be a Super Bowl contender next year.

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1 hour ago, MPStack said:

 

 

See you next year Troll

 

Unless the Mods ban you

I’m still here! I’ll be here all offseason discussing how the Colts can improve and contend next season.  See ya

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46 minutes ago, Aces101 said:

I’m still here! I’ll be here all offseason discussing how the Colts can improve and contend next season.  See ya

 

Sure you will troll

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1 hour ago, kornstar said:

At least the team made a lot of Colts “fans” happy today.

 

there are plenty that seem excited when we lose.

Wth is up?

 

No Coits fans are happy when we lose. :scratch:

 

We faced the number 1 seed...who obviously deserved that seed.  They bested us and it's the end of our season, but not the end of our team, or our team support.

 

We had a good run the second half of the season.  It's okay to recognize that.

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22 minutes ago, Gramz said:

Wth is up?

 

No Coits fans are happy when we lose. :scratch:

 

We faced the number 1 seed...who obviously deserved that seed.  They bested us and it's the end of our season, but not the end of our team, or our team support.

 

We had a good run the second half of the season.  It's okay to recognize that.

 

I’m in here every week and i don’t recall any of the posters mentioning anything about how bad Luck is and how we should trade him when we were winning, in fact i don’t even remember seeing those posters in the forum and commenting at all on game day.

 

Today the entire team crapped the bed and all we seen was how bad Luck is and they have suspected for weeks that he is terrible. Didn’t see it in the game threads where we won but they assure us that it’s true and they said it.

 

Leonard was getting the same treatment early in the game and then he started making plays so they shut up.

 

Those are the “fans” I’m referring to because they seem legitimately excited that Luck had a bad game because it some how proves (in their delusional minds) that he is a bad QB.

 

Even better is then they say that he is no Manning while forgetting how long it took for Manning to win a play off game and after 8 play off games Luck is 4-4, Manning was 3-5.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, kornstar said:

 

I’m in here every week and i don’t recall any of the posters mentioning anything about how bad Luck is and how we should trade him when we were winning, in fact i don’t even remember seeing those posters in the forum and commenting at all on game day.

 

Today the entire team crapped the bed and all we seen was how bad Luck is and they have suspected for weeks that he is terrible. Didn’t see it in the game threads where we won but they assure us that it’s true and they said it.

 

Leonard was getting the same treatment early in the game and then he started making plays so they shut up.

 

Those are the “fans” I’m referring to because they seem legitimately excited that Luck had a bad game because it some how proves (in their delusional minds) that he is a bad QB.

 

Even better is then they say that he is no Manning while forgetting how long it took for Manning to win a play off game and after 8 play off games Luck is 4-4, Manning was 3-5.

 

 

Thank you for explaining.

 

I rarely comment during the game, so I miss a lot of those comments. By design.

 

I prefer to just watch the game, and comment before or after.   

 

Andrew didn't have his best day, neither did Adam.   But....

 

KC wasn't losing to anyone today. That was obvious from the get go. Credit where credit is due. They deserved to win. 

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That is what is lost most on here, KC came to play on both sides and to be honest we still had a shot if we turned up even a little.

 

We shot ourselves in the foot often and at the worst times.

 

Our Oline had their worst game of the year, as did Luck but he was also pressured more than he has been all year and it showed.

 

We decided not to tackle on the first few drives.

 

and Vinny.......

 

Devastating game but what a season!! Lots to look forward to.

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