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Just now, Indy_Mike said:

nonsense...guy dove right at his knees after he threw the ball!

He didn't throw it, he ran....

Just now, bluebombers87 said:

Why have the rule you can’t hit a sliding qb if you don’t call it

I mean, jb slid into the defender there....

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The Colts opponents getting all these silly penalties is no coincidence, when your getting manhandled physically, you tend to get dirty. It happens about every week.


I love the identity of this team. And Jacoby is just playing good football. It's not flashy, but it sure is effective. 

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