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Deon Cain-11

Devin Funchess- 17

Justin Houston- 99

Steve Ishamel- 3

Derrick Kindred- 36

 

 

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39 minutes ago, CR91 said:

Deon Cain-11

Devin Funchess- 17

Justin Houston- 99

Steve Ishamel- 3

Derrick Kindred- 36

 

 

11 and 17 have not been lucky numbers for colts receivers

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9 minutes ago, Narcosys said:

11 and 17 have not been lucky numbers for colts receivers

Good players have worn those numbers but the injury bug did both of them in.  Collie and Gonzalez.

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Just now, krunk said:

Good players have worn those numbers but the injury bug did both of them in.  Collie and Gonzalez.

 

Gonzalez was fire remember that double move against baltimore 

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7 minutes ago, krunk said:

Good players have worn those numbers but the injury bug did both of them in.  Collie and Gonzalez.

Whalen never panned out for us either. That's one I wish did.

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9 minutes ago, Narcosys said:

Whalen never panned out for us either. That's one I wish did.

 

He wasn't a superstar, but he was reliable 

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I wish Collie could have stayed healthy.  Collie was a damn good ball player.

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1 hour ago, krunk said:

I wish Collie could have stayed healthy.  Collie was a damn good ball player.

Yeah he was definitely starting to click with Peyton and headed towards being one of his favorite targets.

 

That'll always hurt as a fan.

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4 hours ago, CR91 said:

Deon Cain-11

Devin Funchess- 17

Justin Houston- 99

Steve Ishamel- 3

Derrick Kindred- 36

 

 

 

I am pulling for all these numbers/players: but I am hoping #3 is our dark horse at training camp, and makes the 53 man roster. Come on, Steve!

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Collie was probably my favorite player during that Colts era. 

 

The Jacksonville and Philly game are burned into my mind though. 

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7 hours ago, IinD said:

Yeah he was definitely starting to click with Peyton and headed towards being one of his favorite targets.

 

That'll always hurt as a fan.

 

Was that a pun?

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I like that Cain picked a number right next to Luck's.  11-12-13.  Let's keep things tight knit.

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On 4/17/2019 at 3:40 PM, krunk said:

Good players have worn those numbers but the injury bug did both of them in.  Collie and Gonzalez.

Austin Collie wore 17. When did he wear number 11?

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26 minutes ago, indyagent17 said:

Austin Collie wore 17. When did he wear number 11?

The other name I have posted there is Anthony Gonzalez

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It's gonna take me a while to adjust to Cain in 11 because all I can think of is Quan Bray. Houston in 99 is going to be weird for a little bit.

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14 hours ago, DarkSuperman said:

It's gonna take me a while to adjust to Cain in 11 because all I can think of is Quan Bray. Houston in 99 is going to be weird for a little bit.

The legend of Quan Bray cannot be erased..........

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1 hour ago, BOTT said:

The legend of Quan Bray cannot be erased..........

Averaged 26 yds on kick off returns when there was such a thing.

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Y’know , Collie’s little bro, Dylan, is draftable this year...

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