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42 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

Stephen A Smith said the same thing. He said NE, KC, Texans, and the colts are the contenders in the AFC.


He has such a good track record as an analyst too.. 

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3 hours ago, Coffeedrinker said:

I love this board.

 

{then gives typical examples of the pendulum swings very often demonstrated here}

 

Yes, I've internally named it to myself the "Trash and Treasure" syndrome. I'm used to and ready for that ebb and flow, TBH.

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1 hour ago, Chloe6124 said:

We didn’t end up as the number one. If you take the first six games out the colts allowed the fewest points in the league when we went on that winning streak. We shut out the cowboys and only allowed 7 points to the Texans and if you remember that shouldn’t of even been a TD. Can’t remember if that was the playoff game or the last regular season game.

That still doesn't have anything to do with the Colts defensive improvement was in large part because they played a lot of mediocre to bad QBs.  Bortles twice, Mariotta twice, Watson, Prescott and Tannehill.

 

Those guys make a lot of defenses look good.

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31 minutes ago, Coffeedrinker said:

That still doesn't have anything to do with the Colts defensive improvement was in large part because they played a lot of mediocre to bad QBs.  Bortles twice, Mariotta twice, Watson, Prescott and Tannehill.

 

Those guys make a lot of defenses look good.

If your defense is bad even teams that aren’t great offensively are still going to expose the  bad defense. You can’t ignore the cowboys games or the Texans games.

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