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IF we go 4-4 the rest of the way that will be very disappointing.  That is a little bit of a over reaction.

Maybe but most people were saying we wouldn't even make 8-8 after Luck retired, so even if we falter to 8-8, which will be disappointing, it'd still be a win given all the trouble this season.   

Pot, let me introduce you to kettle.

On 11/6/2019 at 10:19 AM, MPStack said:

What is everyone’s predictions for the Colts end of regular season record. 
 

I’m thinking the Colts go 9-7 and it’s 50-50 for a WC game.

 

With injuries piling up especially at WR, I think it’s going to be tough beating NO, CAR, HOU and the Jags twice. 
 

 

6-10. Maybe 7-9

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24 minutes ago, coltsfeva said:

  I’m sticking with 10-6 and winning the Division. That depends on our record with the division games, of course. 
   Have we forgotten the run the Colts had last year?

Luck is walking onto that field this year. Big difference.

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14 minutes ago, open window said:

 

   Fair point. But it’s still the same coaching staff and many of the players, not including guys like Houston who can be difference makers.

    I know yesterday was inexcusable but I saw some great plays along with the poor plays.

     Brissett returning should make a difference along with TY, Desir, Funchess and Campbell.

      This year is far from over.

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