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Colts @ Chiefs 2019 AFC Divisional Round Playoff Game Thread

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4 minutes ago, iuecon99 said:

I hear ya, there is some padding in there- but dang that's a lot of yards to give up, almost 6500!

 

Trying to find out how many were given up in 4th Qtr...

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That missed FG was huge.  Does anyone seriously think the Chiefs have a chance against NE/SD?  Tomorrow is for the AFC Champsionship.

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1 minute ago, coming on strong said:

that is on the QB you have to find lanes wilson is 5 10  and never has passes tipped

Never? Yea ok. He also doesn’t  play the middle of the field

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2 minutes ago, Mr.Debonair said:

The turnover is absolutely on Luck and the O-Line. Stop giving him a pass

The post being quoted was RE the fact they didn't run the ball after the Leonard TO. That is on whoever is calling the plays. 

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19 minutes ago, The Old Crow said:

Nice , Super Bowl 3 photos !

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

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As much of a crap show as this has been, if Vinatieri hits the kick and we capitalize on the fumble, it's a tie game.

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Just now, teganslaw said:

is this Vinatieri's last year? That's unlike him.

 

Yeah.  That was the last one for us.

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Just now, oldunclemark said:

OMG...Adam...that's 4 points...only 24-13

Wow didn’t even think of that.  Football gods just were not on our side today.

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