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2 minutes ago, Malakai432 said:

What an unbelievable game, D was lapsing, Vinny was looking bad and the Colts still send this one into OT. 

 

Early on, it looked like this game was going to get ugly.  If I was a Chargers fan, I would be irate right now.

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2 minutes ago, Turftoe said:

AV could erase his sins today with a game winning FG.

 

It would be nice for him to get a little redemption, but even if he does kick the game winner he is still a concern going forward until he can demonstrate consistency.

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