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Just now, BlueCollarColts said:

Brissett missed Cain wide open in the middle of the field

it’s okay luck did the same 

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Just now, will426 said:

yes yes “but the raiders have a bad defense” keep it up haha  we will only go as far as our playcalling and on defense we need to play press man unless they go bunch or start running crossing routes 

Doesn't every team go as far as their playcalling?  What teams with crap playcallers have a recent Superbowl?

Lmao

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Keys to the game for the raiders: shutdown our TEs, shutdown Mack, find success in the passing game. So far so good for them. 

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1 minute ago, Shafty138 said:

Doesn't every team go as far as their playcalling?  What teams with crap playcallers have a recent Superbowl?

Lmao

lmao you’re right but helllll haha we clearly don’t know how to do both the right way  lovely run defense eh 

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1 minute ago, HOF19 said:

But so many Colts fans felt we are the better team in this game .

The colts are the better team.  That doesn't mean they automatically win game

 

You don't think they'd take most of the colts personnel?

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This was predictable. Is anybody 

Just now, ColtStrong2013 said:

 

Vegas thought so too huh?

They were delusional thinking they were going to go into this with half their good players out and just throw the helmet on the field and win. They aren't that good. 

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Just now, Mr.Debonair said:

Gruden is embarrassing Eberflus

No idea what happened to Eber's schemes. Looked way better last year.

 

I'm setting Meeks type D.

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Just now, 2006Coltsbestever said:

14-0, still early. We score here we will be ok. 


Definitely not the easy game a lot of people thought it'd be though.

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