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Colts @ Chiefs 2019 AFC Divisional Round Playoff Game Thread

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Chiefs defense was confused and we missed an opportunity 

Got to catch those...

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OK Lets see if our defense came to play today ……. GO COLTS !!!!!

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Would be nice to have Doyle in that situation. It’s a catch and a 1st.

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That 3rd down play works everytime they run it.

 

Big missed opportunity there.

 

Not sure if it was a bad throw or a drop.  Probably a combo.

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That opening play was the real killer there, can't afford too many more drops today of all days either. 

 

Just to temper slightly.. remember no one expected us to get this especially at 1-5.

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Defense looks bad. It’s showing we have two injuries and that it’s not as good as everyone was saying.

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Stupid penalty. He was 5-yards out of bound. Just let go.

 

 

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Dear lord we've not even 5 mins in, there has been 0 points scored and the sky is falling.

 

A game of 4 quarters people. 4 quarters. 

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2 minutes ago, CamMo said:

Would be nice to have Doyle in that situation. It’s a catch and a 1st.

absolutely

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