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Just now, csmopar said:

How many seasons under Manning did our hearts get broken? All but 1...

Colts have had some of the best players in the game over the last 2 decades and a .500 playoff record to show for it.  They have underachieved no question.  

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9 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

Just stop.

Sorry... Just worried about Andrew’s health... He’s getting attacked from all angles tonight. My post has nothing to do with his performance tonight, more with the line’s.



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Not interested in all the hate.


I'm Disappointed, but still proud of this team.   Early on predicted to be #32. To end up top 8 was impressive, and you gave us all a lot of fun this season.


I'm looking forward to next season.


 Mahomes proved why he is the MVP.

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Colts had ALL the opportunities to play in this game.  Big time failure by the coaching staff, Luck and Vinny.  That being said the Colts have a lot to look forward next year.  Ballard needs to bring in some talent with that cap, and nail the draft again and they should be pretty tough. 

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