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On 11/1/2019 at 4:35 PM, 2006Coltsbestever said:

No biggy man, you already have your mind up so me or nobody will change that. I just hate to see fan like you be so down about this team. 

Not down. I just want to see the normal metrics get better. His play at the end of the game had me dancing and shouting.

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Bottom line is this.   Jacoby is our qb.  The end.  If you're a colts fan,  you should get behind him.    He is the leader of this offense for the foreseeable future.     

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54 minutes ago, jvan1973 said:

Bottom line is this.   Jacoby is our qb.  The end.  If you're a colts fan,  you should get behind him.    He is the leader of this offense for the foreseeable future.     

I don't think critical discussion is going to have any difference on JB's performance, or on the game's outcome......

 

It's also very easy to both cheer (be behind them) and have football discussion about performance. 

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